For 48 years, Opportunity Enterprises has strived to help individuals with developmental disabilities live enriched lives. OE hosted their ninth annual ARTability Show and Auction as just another way for their clients to reach their fullest potential.
The Duneland Chamber will be conducting an essay contest to kick off our Hometown Holiday Celebration. Share with us "What is your favorite holiday tradition" and enter to win a $50 Chamber gift card, the opportunity to conduct the tree lighting ceremony and be the grand marshall of our Twilight Christmas Parade.
Purdue University North Central will celebrate opening of its 17th Odyssey Arts and Cultural Events Series with a public reception and opening of its multi-piece contemporary sculpture exhibit on Saturday, Nov. 7 in the Library-Student-Faculty Building Assembly Hall, Room 02.
With 11 historical years of musical excellence in Northwest Indiana, the South Shore Orchestra has certainly made a name for itself. Those in the area on Friday night were lucky enough to enjoy an exceptional performance rich with culture by the South Shore Orchestra at the Memorial Opera House as part of their inaugural season.
Lubeznik Center for the Arts (LCA) executive director, Erika Hanner, is pleased to announce a major gift from long-time supporter Susan Block to name an LCA gallery space. The former upper level North View Gallery has been named the Susan Block Gallery.
Right now at Blackbird Café, catch the fantastic work of Emilio Saylor, award winning and published tattoo artist. His exhibit “Obscuritas” showcases charcoal and pencil sketches in intricate frames. Each piece is unique and signed by Emilio.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Northwest Indiana and Porter County are just two of thousands of Club organizations across the country joining in a search to identify talented young artists. The competition is part of Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s (BGCA) National Fine Arts Exhibit, a comprehensive initiative promoting young people’s creativity, and encouraging artistic skills and cultural enrichment.
The Porter County Community Foundation in partnership with the Chesterton Art Center is seeking artists to submit proposals for the creation of a piece(s) of public art to permanently install at the Porter County Community Foundation Center for Community Philanthropy to be located at 1401 Calumet Avenue in Valparaiso.
Certain Michigan City 2nd and 3rd graders are about to benefit from a brand new after school curriculum designed to give them an academic leg up. Literacy Through the Arts, a landmark program being launched this fall by Lubeznik Center for the Arts (LCA), is designed to improve learning outcomes for at risk students in seven Michigan City Area Schools (MCAS). While the program will concentrate in literacy and the arts, the data suggests its benefits may carry over into other academic areas, including math, language arts and science.
On Wednesday, September 23, 2015 "Clouds and Trees" by artist Elliott Balter was relocated from the triangle just north of Michigan City's City Hall to its new home at Lubeznik Center for the Arts on 101 W. 2nd Street.