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Upcoming Exhibitions

Michigan City Area Schools Student Art Exhibit


Michigan City Area Schools Student Art Exhibit
April 3 – May 13, 2015
NIPSCO Education Studios
Reception: April 30, 4 – 6 PM (CDT)

Impressive in both quality and quantity, this striking display of art and fine crafts includes 2- and 3-dimensional pieces by kindergarten through 5th grade students. Created in the art rooms of the Michigan City public schools, a variety of art mediums including paint, clay, chalk pastels, and paper are represented at each grade level.


Looking Glass: Exploring Self Portraiture

Looking Glass: Exploring Self Portraiture
April 25th, 2015 – July 11th, 2015
Hyndman Gallery 
Opening reception May 1, 5-8 PM (CDT)

This exhibition will examine the art of self-study and portraiture ranging from sentiments of sincerity, exhaustion, and the hilarity of family relationships to notions of memory, identity, and self-perception within the context of historical and contemporary self-portraiture practices. Exhibiting artists include: Rachael Banks, Shane Booth, Nancy Floyd, Jessica Jacobs, Julia Grieve, Anna Garner, and Gail Dodge. Curated by Gray Lyons and Linda Wilson, both respected contemporary photographers in the field of portraiture and alternative photographic processes.


Taehoon Kim: Poem of a Boy Who Stopped Growing


Taehoon Kim: Poem of a Boy Who Stopped Growing                              
April 25 – July 11, 2015
Brincka-Cross & North View Galleries
Opening Reception May 1, 5-8 pm (CDT)

This exhibition features ceramic sculptures by Taehoon Kim (1976 - ) South Korea.  Taehoon’s work evokes a place between the subconscious and the evolution of substance. He uses materials, modified and hybrid, as a metaphor for amorphous communication with his creatures. The exhibition attempts to reveal and develop persuasive reflection on the essence of a man and its connection with creatures. His work engages with physical and emotional evolution of creatures.  Taehoon was born in Korea and earned two Master of Fine Arts degrees at the Hongik University in Korea and School of the Art Institute in Chicago. Kim has exhibited both nationally and internationally and currently resides in Chicago, Illinois.




LOK Young Artists Expo
May 29 - July 31, 2015
NIPSCO Art Education Studios
Opening Reception: June 5, 5 – 8 PM (CDT)

Multimedia showcase of artwork by youth in LaPorte County and Boys & Girls Club of Bloomington, IN in partnership with LOK Wishing Tree Foundation.



July 18 – September 26, 2015
Hyndman Gallery
Opening Reception July 17, 6-8 PM (CDT)

2015. The year of dueling ideas: Doomsday. Chaos. Destruction. Collapse. Helplessness. Inertia. Excess. Waste. Hubris. Humor.  Irony. Empathy. Humanity. Beauty. Tragedy. The future. The past. The now. This exhibit will reflect the dueling forces of our times through the use of sculpture, paintings, prints, and large scale drawings. This is Lora Fosberg’s first solo exhibition at LCA. Fosberg (1966 - ) of Waukegan, IL currently lives and works in Michigan City, IN. She has exhibited nationally in group and solo shows at Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago, IL), V1 Gallery (Copenhagen, Denmark), and Lokaal WV15 (Amsterdam, Netherlands). She is represented by Linda Warren Projects (Chicago, IL) and Jack Fischer Gallery (San Francisco, CA).



Andrea Peterson: Rooted

Andrea Peterson: Rooted
July 18 - September 26, 2015
Brincka-Cross & Northview Galleries
Opening Reception July 17, 6-8 PM (CDT)

In her first solo show at LCA, Andrea Peterson’s, Rooted is an exploration of our region from the roots up. The work focuses on the trunks, a place of transition, of the mighty beeches and oaks of the older trees. Due to the sandy soil in Northwest, IN the trees must reach out across the dune to be able to tower 300 ft. into the air. Their tenacity is of profound beauty and wonder. Peterson is one of the most respected expert paper making artists in the country. Her work focuses on new innovations and approaches to hand paper making and paper arts while utilizing indigenous plants and materials found in the region sponsored in part by the Indiana Arts Commission.  Andrea is chair of the advisory board of The Friends of Dard Hunter, an international hand paper making organization and a member of the International Association of Hand Papermakers and Paper Artists (IAPMA). Andrea has exhibited internationally and nationally, her work can be found in many public and private collections.



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