Nature vs Everything
February 1 - June 8
Hyndman, Brincka/Cross and Susan Block Galleries
Closely investigating the building, blooming, and burning of the natural and man-made world, Nature vs Everything brings the artwork of nine contemporary artists to Lubeznik Center for the Arts. Exploring humanity’s relationship with nature, these artists view the dialog between humans and their environment somewhere between a quiet conversation and a brutal exchange. Often using a lens of whimsy, humor, or horror this exhibition explores environmental peril. Each encounter with the art asks viewers to reflect on their interaction with the natural world while questioning their scale, significance and impact. Search for answers in the showdown that is Nature vs Everything.
Exhibiting Artists: Dan Attoe | Amy Casey | Juan Angel Chávez | Diane Christiansen + Shoshanna Utchenik | Michael Pajón | Liliana Porter | Alison Ruttan | Tom Torluemke
Photography by Alison Hoover Photography
Michigan City Area Schools Student Art Exhibit
March 13 - April 21
NIPSCO Arts Education Studios
Crafted in the art rooms of Michigan City public elementary schools, this exhibit features paint, clay, chalk pastels and sculpture. Student work ranges from Kindergarten to 6th grade and fills the walls of the NIPSCO Arts Education Studios. Guests are invited to support the flourishing creativity of our local youth.