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Lubeznik Center For The Arts

Exhibition Gallery and Gallery Shop Hours (Central)
**Weekdays 10:00-5:00
Weekends 11:00-4:00

Thursdays until 10-7 PM* (Memorial Day – Labor Day)

*Hyndman Gallery opens at
2 PM

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Michigan City Area Schools Student Art Exhibit 
April 1 – May15, 2016
Large NIPSCO Art Education Studio
Reception: Thursday, April 21, 4:30 - 6:30 PM (CDT)

Impressive in both quality and quantity, this striking display of art and fine crafts includes 2-D and 3-D pieces by kindergarten through 6th grade students. Created in the art rooms of the Michigan City public elementary schools, this exhibit features a number of art media including paint, clay, chalk pastels, and paper.

 

 

 

First Friday: Opening Reception
Out of Shadows, Signatures of All Things, and Discarded Memories
May 6 | 5 8 PM (CDT)

Free

Out of Shadows (Hyndman Gallery) features paper installations by Yoonshin Park and Richard Shipps. Park creates the paper in her installations, whereas Shipps cuts it. Their installations convey a fragile balance, yet can be shaped to create a complex volume, surface, and presence. Signatures of All Things (Brincka/Cross Gallery) features re-configured found images that have been turned into ambiguous narrative collages by artist Doug Stapleton. Discarded Memories (Susan Block Gallery) features recycled mixed media pieces by Kass Copeland. She creates her work by re-constructing discarded furniture and household items found in the alleys of her Chicago neighborhood. Meet the artists and enjoy light bites catered by Shoreline Brewery.

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The Art of the Beverage | Episode One: War of the Wines
Friday, May 13, 2016 | 6:00 9:00 PM (CDT)
$10(+ fee) advance | $15 at the door
participation is geared towards young professionals

Join us for a fun evening while local wineries compete for bragging rights. Enjoy wines throughout the night in a blind tasting from Round Barn Winery and St. Julian Winery. No worries, there are no blindfolds involved the wines will be concealed. Vote for your favorite selections in three categories: red, sweet red and white. Winners in each category and “Best in Show” will be announced at the end of the evening. Light bites catered by Shoreline Brewery. Visit lubeznikcenter.org to purchase advance tickets online until 5pm on May 13 (note: online tickets include a minimal processing fee).

Event co-chairs: Marie Claire Foster & Sam Lubeznik

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First Friday
LOK Wishing Tree Foundation:
LOK Young Artists’ Expo
Friday, June 3, 2016
5 – 8 PM (CDT)

Performances begin at 6 PM (CDT)
Free

Come join us for a family-friendly, multimedia showcase of artwork by youth in LCA programming in partnership with LOK Wishing Tree Foundation. Violin performance by Pine Elementary students. Dance performances by the South Shore Dance Alliance. View artwork from students in the region in the NIPSCO Art Education Studios. Light bites catered by Shoreline Brewery.

 

The Art of You
Thursday, June 9, 2016 | 5:30-8pm (CDT)

Admission is free, donations encouraged
Please RSVP to artinfo@lubeznikcenter.org or 219.874.4900

This girls’ night out is all about YOU!  Shop and support LCA.

  • Summer fashions with the Luxe Wagon
  • Styles from Darling Boutique, plus models showing off their great looks
  • Pop-up workout wear boutique by Barre and Beyond
  • Complimentary blowouts and makeovers by Timothy Jeffrey Salon*, plus stock up on Aveda products. *First come, first served, limited availability.
  • Savor the cash bar featuring a delicious signature cocktail and light bites catered by Shoreline Brewery

 


Community Art Events

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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