The winner of the 5th Annual Hooked on Art bike raffle was selected at the close of the festival last Saturday. Mike and his wife Terri who are avid cyclists were excited to get the call that Mike’s ticket was pulled as the winner.“We headed down to the market and stopped to enjoy the festival. When we saw and test drove the bikes and learned of the great cause that Frontline is serving for the community we had to buy some tickets.”
Frontline Foundations' Hooked on Art Festival brought the community together for a day of live music, art, and beautiful weather for the fifth consecutive year.
The Purdue University Northwest Odyssey Arts and Cultural Events Series presents the exhibit, “Collages in Dimension,” featuring the work of artist Michael Koscielniak, on the first floor, north study area of the Technology Building located at the Westville campus.
The Memorial Opera House Foundation invites the public to participate in creating an original piece of art using the Connected Paint process. The 15’ x 7’ mural, when completed, will be displayed at the Memorial Opera House. The Foundation’s Connected Paint mural will consist of 105 canvas panels that are painted individually by following a simple two-step process. The participants will not know the overall theme of the mural when they paint their panels. At the end of the evening, the completed panels are assembled to reveal a large themed original piece of art.
Lubeznik Center for the Arts (LCA) presents Project Simple: Capturing Silent Conversations, an exhibition of photographs by the husband and wife team of Mariano Cortez and Chelsea Nix. The couple's photographs are currently on display in LCA's NIPSCO Education Studio through October 28, 2016 with a reception on October 7 from 5:00 to 8:00pm during LCA's First Friday series. Using the camera as a tool to share individual stories and help indigenous communities in third world countries, the Nix/Cortez team focused their lens on India and Nepal for this series of photographs.
The Duneland Chamber of Commerce is doing a call out to photographers of all ages and locations to submit photos of the Duneland area for a chance to be featured on the Chesterton town banners. The winners name will be displayed on the banners and also announced by a photo and press release to the media. These banners will be displayed beginning early Spring 2017 for a full year.
Lubeznik Center for the Arts (LCA) fall class offerings for children, teens and adults are currently open for registration. Weekly sessions are available or those looking to develop new skills and workshops for those looking for a flex their creative muscles. Classes fill quickly, so please register early to secure your spot!
In rain and in shine the Lubeznik Art and Artisan Festival stayed committed to its mission to share the creativity of local artists with the rest of the community. The weekend of August 20th marked the 36th annual art fair in Michigan City.
The sculpture “Birdman” by the internationally known abstract artists, The Zhou Brothers, is on display at the Purdue University Northwest campus in Westville as part of the PNW Odyssey Arts and Cultural Events Series.
Be part of the excitement and enjoy Free single-day admission to the festival when you volunteer.