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Mid-Century Modern, holiday pops and the beloved leg lamp.
by John Cain
South Shore Arts is traveling back in time to a more glamorous age with Mid-Century Modern: Style in the Age of Mad Men. The term “Mad Men,” while associated today with the AMC cable television drama, was actually a slang expression coined in the 1950s by advertising executives working on Madison Avenue to …Read Full Article
A summer packed with arts and entertainment across the region.
South Shore Arts will present the fourth exhibit in its Outstanding Midwest Artist Series, this time featuring Chicago artist Chris Cosnowski, who paints icons of Americana in a photo-realistic style.
At once lifelike in detail and humorous in concept, Cosnowski’s artwork recalls Western classical art through its use of figurative sculpture as subject matter.
“Trophies …Read Full Article
FORT WAYNE – The University of St. Francis (USF) has collaborated with the Fort Wayne Ballet to offer four-year and two-year programs in dance through the university’s Fort Wayne Ballet Conservatory at the University of Saint Francis. It is the region’s only four-year degree of its type.
The Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance and Associate of Arts in Dance will prepare students for professional …Read Full Article
SOUTH BEND – Global Spectrum, operators of the Century Center, will host the River Bend Film Festival, April 3-6. The four-day festival, sponsored by Mid America Filmmakers and Downtown South Bend, will showcase everything from regional talent to Hollywood producers at three different venues in South Bend.
More than 50 local, national and international independent films in a wide variety of genres …Read Full Article
MICHIGAN CITY – Lubeznik Center for the Arts presents its annual Poetry Slam Friday, April 5, as part of the Uptown Arts District’s First Fridays @ 5 series. The Poetry Slam invites regional poets to showcase their original work. The event begins at 5 p.m. and concludes at 8 p.m., with poetry beginning at 5:30 pm.
Chicago poet J.W. Baz, will host the Poetry …Read Full Article
MICHIGAN CITY – Lubeznik Center for the Arts presents Realm of Dreams, an exhibition highlighting the work of local young artists, Lu and Ry Hook. Realm of Dreams will run through Sunday, March 10.
The two brothers live on a farm with their artist parents, Andrea Peterson and Jon Hook. One of the family’s values is to live by leaving a tiny environmental footprint. …Read Full Article
MICHIGAN CITY – The Lubeznik Center for the Arts in Michigan City has announced classes for artists interested in glass and crochet and a show of the work by Midwestern artists.
From 12:30 to 3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 23, a Fused Glass class will be led by Twyla Butler. Basic glass working concepts will be covered, including layout, glass cutting, fusing and kiln work. The …Read Full Article
HAMMOND – The Indiana Welcome Center will feature an exhibit of artworks and illustrations by Mitch Markovitz from Feb. 1 through March 22. The exhibit, “Postcards from my Sixty-Two and Half Year Vacation,” will include early artwork, original paintings and original poster paintings from the South Shore Line poster series.
Markovitz is best known for his contributions to the South Shore Line poster series “Just …Read Full Article
MERRILLVILLE – The 20th annual Indiana Challenge at the Radisson Hotel at Star Plaza on is Thursday, Feb. 21. The competition is a DanceSport event and is sanctioned by the National Dance Council of America.
Throughout the competition, there will be several special events. On Thursday, there will be a Dancing with the Local Stars competition from 7 to 8 p.m. that will …Read Full Article
MERRILLVILLE – The Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra presents violinist Corey Cerovsek at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 8, at The Auditorium at Bethel Church.
Cerovsek will perform a variety of music from Ravel to “West Side Story” on is Milanollo Stradivarius of 1728.
Tickets are $25 to $65; student tickets are $10. The concert is sponsored by Sue and Andy Arnold, Jeannette and Henry Giragos, Cindy …Read Full Article