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Opening Reception: Looking Glass: Exploring Self Portraiture and Taehoon Kim: Poem of a Boy Who Stopped Growing

First Friday
Opening Reception: Looking Glass: Exploring Self Portraiture and Taehoon Kim: Poem of a Boy Who Stopped Growing
Friday, May 1, 2015
5 – 8 PM (CDT)
Free

Join us for the opening reception of Looking Glass: Exploring Self Portraiture and Taehoon Kim:Poem of a Boy Who Stopped GrowingLooking Glass: Exploring Self Portraiture will examine the art of self-study through the lens of photography and video. 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 solo show features ceramic sculptures that engage with the physical and emotional evolution of creatures. Light bites catered by Shoreline Brewery.

LCA is pleased to announce two performing migratory art pieces that will add a new dimensional element during the opening reception. Untitled (Internal Kinesis) performed by José Santiago Pérez will explore what happens when self-portraiture is performed in space and time before others. The performance will illustrate a self-portrait that shifts and unfolds in time and in physical response to objects, artwork, audience, and living rhythms. December performed by Udita Upadhyaya will address the pathways of desire, craving, trauma, and shame and their many intersections. Upadhyaya will navigate her biological and ancestoral relationship with her gender.

  José Santiago Pérez
José Santiago  Pérez

  Udita Upadhyaya
Udita Upadhyaya

 

Read more about the upcoming exhibits…

 

First Friday
LOK Wishing Tree Foundation, South Shore Dance Alliance 
Friday, June 5, 2015
5 – 8 PM (CDT)
Free

Come join us for a family friendly, multimedia showcase of artwork by youth in partnership with LOK Wishing Tree Foundation. 

  • Pine Elementary students will perform short violin pieces
  • Barker and Krueger Middle School student dance performance
  • South Shore Dance Alliance performance
  • Interactive Wishing Tree installation & artwork from LOK students in the NIPSCO Art Education Studios

 


Community Art Events

Spring Loaded!

Spring Loaded!
Lubeznik Center for the Arts – Hyndman Gallery
Saturday, May 9, 7 PM (CDT) Doors open at 6:30
Tickets: $15
Proceeds benefit LCA After School Arts Programming

An Explosion of Stories, Music and Art will feature award winning musician James Neary (James won the Acorn Theater's singer/songwriter competition last year.) In addition, Live Lit Storytellers will leave you laughing--and maybe evoke a tear or two. Storytellers include: Mary Dean Cason, Jill Howe, Gregg Fraley, David Fink, Sandy Horwitz and Sean Keen. The evening will include a cash bar, hors d'oeuvres AND Prop Room Selfies--an event within the event where participants can chose from an array of theater props to create a selfie that will be judged in real time. Prizes will be awarded at the conclusion of the performance. Spring Loaded promises to be a lot of fun, while supporting visual and performing arts for children. Tickets are a steal at $15.00.

For updates and more information about the event, like Spring Loaded on Facebook.

 

Art & Earth Trail

Art & Earth Trail

Find Lubeznik Center for the Arts on the Michigan City/LaPorte loop of Northern Indiana’s Art & Earth Trail. Michigan City offerings include arts, summer theatre, Indiana’s only working lighthouse and a museum in the former lighthouse keeper’s house where you can climb to the top for a far-reaching view. Further inland, the historic community of LaPorte shows off its past in the holiday home tour and at a train museum where you can ride the rails. Along the way, you’ll meet miniature horses; discover fine dining, an old-fashioned ice cream parlor and a classic Italian restaurant that will deliver your dinner to the beach. Over 150 studios, galleries, markets, specialty shops and lodgings are participating. Learn more at the Art & Earth Trail website.

 

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