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Upcoming Exhibitions

Fantastic Ark & Great Distinction Zoo

 

Fantastic Ark & Great Distinction Zoo
Michiana Resource & Social Learning Institute
Sept. 25, 2014 - Nov. 7,2014
NIPSCO Large Art Education Studio
Opening Reception Oct. 3, 2014

An exhibition by artists from Social & Learning Institute and Michiana Resources facilitated by art educator Debra Sawyer at Lubeznik Center for the Arts supported by Duneland Health Council. Fantastic Ark & Great Distinction Zoo is an exhibit of mythical and magical creatures sculpted in clay or papier-mâché. The art project evolved out of the bible story of Noah’s Ark and other narratives of great migrations.  Each artist created his or her own creature then combined their concept with a partner artist’s concept, the two collaborating to create a new and unique hybrid. The creatures were inspired by mythical gods and magical creatures from religious and cultural stories. Both artists proceeded to sculpt two versions of their final creature.

 

Comics & Codes

 

Comics & Codes
Oct. 25, 2014–Jan. 2, 2015
Hyndman Gallery
Opening Reception Nov. 7, 5-8 pm

Comics & Codes will feature both traditional and underground comic artwork that highlight the evolution and perception of contemporary comic art. The relationship between pictures and words when done right convey special experiences.

 

It’s Not Just Your Sunday Comic’s Strip

 

It's Not Just Your Sunday Comic Strip
Oct. 25, 2014–Jan. 2, 2015
Brincka-Cross & Northview Galleries
Opening Reception Nov. 7, 5-8 pm (CST)

Featuring selected works from the private collection of Paul Pettigrew.

 

Locally: Literally

Locally: Literally
Feb 7th - April 18th, 2015 
Hyndman Gallery
Opening Reception Feb. 6th, 2015, 5-8pm (CST)

This exhibit will unite local artists and craftsman with local producers of materials, products and/or services. To celebrate the possibilities of local talent, in fields as diverse as the fine arts and industrial manufacturing.

Curated in collaboration with Paul Pettigrew, architect and professor at IIT Chicago.

 

Rooted

Rooted
Feb 7th - April 18th, 2015
Brincka-Cross & Northview Galleries
Opening Reception Feb. 6th, 2015, 5-8pm (CST)

Local paper artist Andrea Peterson is one of the most respected expert paper making artists in the country. Her work will focus on new innovations and approaches to hand paper making and paper arts while utilizing indigenous plants and materials found in the region. Andrea is chair of the advisory board of The Friends of DARD Hunter, an international hand paper making org and a member of the International Association of Hand Papermakers and Paper Artists (IAPMA).

 

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