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How would you describe yourself in just three words? Javan, one of the 1,150 students that Lubeznik Center for the Arts serves in the Michigan City Area Schools' after-school programs, is "caring, smart, and sportsy."
Javan participated in LCA's self-portrait project, which focused on positive identity. As they learned photography skills, the students explored the attributes that they value in themselves and that make them feel special. They also affirmed traits they saw in their classmates. Then they painted these words on their photographs, proclaiming their individuality and their gifts. The resulting portraits were combined to make mural-size banners that hang at the schools and are a source of pride and accomplishment, strengthening the school community.
Would you describe yourself as caring? Supportive? Generous? Your donation is vital to sustain educational art programs like this one, provided to our community's most vulnerable students. It costs $500 a year to provide this after-school arts program to Javan. Won't you partner with us to bolster the creative expression of our region's youth? Make a year-end gift now to help Javan and kids like him succeed.
is the premier philanthropic giving circle dedicated to furthering the mission of LCA through exclusive membership opportunities. In order to qualify for ArtMakers membership, an individual must contribute an unrestricted gift of $500 or more annually.
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supports scholarships to the LCA’s art classes for youth. It was initiated by Paul Marshall, in honor of his late wife and former LCA director, Dolly Marshall. Dolly had a life long belief that arts education for children was crucial to their development. In partnership with LCA, The Dolly Marshall Memorial Fund at Lubeznik Center for the Arts was created.