Hyndman Gallery – named for generous supporters of the Lubeznik Center, Jerry & Debbie Hyndman, this first floor, 2500+ square foot gallery with bamboo floors has a breathtaking 100 foot curved wall, which is a spectacular space for showcasing headline exhibitions. This gallery is not only a wonderful venue to display artwork, but also accommodates musical and other performance art as well as special events such as wedding receptions, or adult parties. An enclosed kitchenette is located directly off the gallery for catering purposes. Easy access for individuals with physical disabilities adds to this ideal space.
Brincka/Cross Gallery – on the second level, is named in memorium for long-time supporters of the LCA, William Brincka and board member Basil Cross. The gallery is accented with a large skylight and a long wall of solid wood concealing offices and meeting areas. Bamboo flooring was installed in 2007, further enhancing the space as a gallery and our mission of environmental conservation.
Susan Block Gallery – named after Lubeznik Center for the Arts generous supporter Susan Block. This gallery is also on the second level and is adjacent to the Brincka/Cross Gallery. The bamboo floored space has a wall of windows facing the lakeshore and is used for exhibitions and for small group gatherings or meetings.
NIPSCO Art Education Studios – on the lower level is just a few steps down from the lobby and is named to honor the NiSource Charitable Foundation which provided a grant for its construction. The space is truly multi-purpose, accommodating classes, presentations, luncheons and exhibitions. The flooring, made of recycled tires, fits our mission of environmental conservation. A small kitchenette is easily accessible for food service & clean-up. The space has easy access for persons with physical challenges and is ideal for larger group meetings, rehearsal dinners or children's birthday parties.