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Upcoming Exhibitions

Steamroller Printmaking Project

Steamroller Printmaking Project
Feb 7th, 2015 – April 18th, 2015
Hyndman Gallery 
Opening reception Feb 6, 5-8 PM (CST)

Experience enormous relief prints on muslin created from 3x7 foot carved wooden plates and an industrial steamroller. Produced by Walnut Ink Projects with a team of print makers from Syracuse University, Lora Fosberg, and local artists in downtown Michigan City with support from CH Distillery, Michigan City Public Art Committee, Reith-Riley of Michigan City and donors through the Steamroller Kickstarter. 

Exhibiting artists include: Janet Bloch, Lora Fosberg, Laurel Izard, Suzanne Cohan-Lange & Richard Lange, Julia Neilsen, Andrea Peterson & Mary Uthuppuru, Nichole Renee Sheaffer, Michael Bill Smith, Tom Torluemke, Melissa Washburn, and Jay Zerbe.

Photo credits: Jesse Meyer and Michael Jackson


Work Local: Art Meets Industry

Work Local: Art Meets Industry
Feb 7th, 2015 – April 18th, 2015
Brincka/Cross & North View Galleries
Opening reception Feb 6, 5-8 PM (CST)

Local artists, craftsmen and graduate students from the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) come together in this design-based exhibition. Co-curated by IIT Chicago professor, Paul Pettigrew.
Exhibiting artists include: Jon Hook, Paul Pettigrew, Lee Purcell, Eric Tucker, and Illinois Institute of Technology graduate students.
Host Companies: AAA Steel Supply (Schererville, IN), Blocksom & Company (Michigan City, IN), and Jack Meyer (Sawyer, MI).





Pipelines & Borderlines: People Canít Drink Oil!

Pipelines & Borderlines: People Can’t Drink Oil!
Feb. 21st, 2015  – April 6th, 2015
NIPSCO Education Studio
Opening reception March 7, 5-8 PM (CDT)

Following a tradition of political printmaking in Mexico, this exhibitionis a combination of two political print portfolios. The first portfolio focuses on the Tar Sands in Alberta Canada, which are, according to climate scientists, the worst and most dangerous environmental disaster in the world. People Can’t Drink Oil focuses on the other end of the pipeline, the BP Refinery in Whiting Indiana on Lake Michigan. BP’s record includes the worst oil spill in American history. Both portfolios were curated by Chicago artist Beverly Keys. Together the portfolios comprise a total of 37 prints produced by 31 artists, including Eveline Kolijn of Calgary Canada, Rene’ Arceo of Chicago and Nicolas de Jesus of Mexico.


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