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Motown vs. Chi-Town The Indiana Connection

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Convergence is a quarterly publication of South Shore Arts

We transform the South Shore through the arts.

Center for Visual and Performing Arts

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President William Lowe, Ph.D. President Elect Karen Raab VP Administration Danette Garza VP Development Karen Lauerman VP Education David Schneider VP Exhibitions Sandi Kozlowski Jenny Yalowitz VP Governance Jeremy Willett VP Marketing Judith Mayer VP Regional Services Irene Smith-King VP Symphony Michael Luongo, M.D. Melissa Neff Secretary Carly Brandenburg Treasurer Tim Anderson Immediate Past President David Mika Andy Arnold Pat Colander Denise Dillard Gus Galante

Marcia Glaros Doyin Gomih Carol Green-Fraley Susan Griffin Corey Hecht Tom Keilman Amy Koufos Julia Kwait Heather Levin Karen Maravilla Heather McCarthy Kathy O’Donnell Viraj Patel Cherie Rippey Pamela Seaman, DO Connie Skozen Liz Valavanis Legacy Board Members

Suzanne Cooley Jack Dietrich Alex Gardner Riddle Eleanor Mirich Louie Ortiz Rita Ray Judy Surovek Legacy Directors are individuals who have served on the Board of Directors for at least ten years and who have made significant contributions to the success of South Shore Arts. Individuals are elected to the position of Legacy Director in recognition of their long and valuable service to South Shore Arts.

South Shore Arts Staff

Executive Director John Cain, ext. 102 Director of Marketing and Development Tricia Hernandez, ext. 107 Director of Finance and Administration George Matusik, 219 / 836-0525, ext. 202 Director of Education Jillian Van Volkenburgh, ext. 101 Administrative & Education Coordinator Kelly Freeman, ext. 103 Administrative & Education Assistant Leona Jurincie, ext. 100­­­­ Gallery Manager Bridget Earnshaw, ext. 108 Special Projects Director Donna Catalano, ext. 104 Gift Shop Manager Jackie Wickland, ext. 106­­­­­­

ON THE COVER: Dinah Washington; photo provided by The Chicago Blues Museum © 2016 South Shore Arts and its licensors. All rights reserved. Printing: Largus Printing Design: Judith Mayer / Keyword Design

­­­­ South Shore Arts programs are provided with support from the Indiana Arts Commission, a state agency, and the National Endowment for the Arts.


Motown vs. Chi-Town The Indiana Connection

Motown vs. Chi-Town: The Indiana Connection is more than an exhibit—it’s a blockbuster cultural event and historical survey curated by the Chicago Blues Museum that traces the Chicago music scene of the 1950s through 1970s, its ties to Detroit’s Motown Records and the company’s early beginnings in Chicago’s Bronzeville neighborhood and Northwest Indiana.

Don Cornelius and Curtis Mayfield on “Soul Train,” late 1960s All photos provided by the Chicago Blues Museum.

The Chicago Blues Museum, founded in 1991, will provide rare photographic images focusing on homegrown Chicago musicians, entertainers, and performers, as well as the places and companies where this popular music originated and evolved. The recreation of a front room from a home on Chicago’s South Side, circa 1965, will be a highlight of the exhibit. Featured installations will include images, music and movie footage, as well as artifacts and memorabilia that recall the artistic and cultural output of musicians, comedians and entertainers in these locales. The exhibit explores the neighborhood nightclubs where these talented people honed their skills, later recording much of their work on Record Row, formerly home to many music studios, labels and distributors. Berry Gordy himself picked up recording industry tips here that he would later use at Motown. Motown vs. Chi-Town: The Indiana Connection will introduce the emergence of a genre of American music that is deeply connected to the history, culture, and geography of the United States. The onset of the 20th century brought pervasive social changes to society, which, combined with new technologies, created a mass market for American popular music. Bronzeville was an especially prolific site for AfricanAmerican artistic production during the historical period known as The Great Migration (1916-1970). Dubbed the “Black Metropolis” by Works Progress Administration researchers St. Clair Drake and Horace R. Cayton, the South Side neighborhood was an important hub for AfricanAmerican musicians, entertainers, activists, artists, and writers during the early 20th century. Bronzeville was equal to New York’s Harlem in providing a rich legacy of cultural gifts to America and the world. Record Row, a twelve-block stretch along South Michigan Avenue in Bronzeville, emerged out of the city’s thriving rhythm and blues industry, to become the birthplace of some of the biggest names in black popular music.

exhibitions Left, A Bronzeville front room, circa 1965; Below, a Temptations ad from the same period

In Indiana, Vee-Jay Records was founded in Gary in 1953 by Vivian Carter and James C. Bracken, a husbandand-wife team who used their initials for the label’s name. Vivian’s brother Calvin Carter was the label’s A&R man. Vee-Jay quickly became a major R&B label, moving to Record Row where it had its biggest success with pop and rock & roll acts, including the Four Seasons (their first nonblack act) and the Beatles in 1962-64. Other Vee-Jay artists included Memphis Slim, John Lee Hooker, the Dells, The El Dorados, Jerry Butler, Gene Chandler, Dee Clark, Betty Everett and Gladys Knight & the Pips, who later signed with Motown. Featured segments of the exhibit showcase the label’s founders and artists, with many having a direct connection to Indiana such as blues singer Jimmy Reed, whose career began in Gary while working at an Armour & Company meat packing plant, and The Spaniels, who debuted in late 1952 at Roosevelt High School as Pookie Hudson & The Hudsonaires. The Jackson 5, another success story from Gary, opened for soul greats James Brown and The Chi-Lites. Gladys Knight officially brought the group to Berry Gordy’s attention, and, by 1969, The Jackson 5 was producing backto-back, chart-busting hits as Motown artists. As a product of the 1970s, the boys emerged as one of the most accomplished black pop vocal groups in music history. Michael Jackson, the King of Pop, went on to become an internationally famous, award-winning pop sensation, transforming the face of music and popular culture. South Shore Arts is pleased to collaborate with the Chicago Blues Museum in sharing this show with local audiences and telling the story of this great musical genre and the multiple connections among Chicago, Detroit and Northwest Indiana. Motown vs. Chi-Town: The Indiana Connection opens November 13, 2016, and runs through January 29, 2017.


CURRENT EXHIBITS CENTER FOR VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS 73rd Annual Salon Show Juror: Carrie Johnson, Curator, Rockford Art Museum September 11–October 23, 2016 Awards Ceremony: Sunday, September 18, 1–3pm Motown vs. Chi-Town: The Indiana Connection Curated by the Chicago Blues Museum November 13, 2016–January 29, 2017 ATRIUM GALLERY Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore: Artists in Residency Continuing through September 4, 2016 Red She Said: Paintings by Leona Jurincie September 9–November 27, 2016 CROWN POINT BRANCH

Joann Garrett and The Temptations backstage at the Regal Theatre; photo provided by Chicago Blues Museum

Calumet Industrial Heritage: Works by Kathy Los-Rathburn and Matthew Kaplan September 25–December 18, 2016

Jackie Wilson; Photo Credit: R. Flerlages, provided by Chicago Blues Museum

Leona Jurincie, Red Steeple, Oil on Canvas

Bonnie Zimmer, Vessel for Dad, Fiber, winner of the Helen V. Surovek Memorial Award, 72nd Annual Salon Show


Holiday Reading

Puppet Shows Return!

Featuring internationally-acclaimed puppeteers Jim West & Ian Antal!

DINOSAURS! March 14-17, 2017

in the theatre at The Center for Visual and Performing Arts

Two performances daily at 9:30 & 11am Grades pre-K through 4 Tickets are $6 each for students and adults

Why I Love Christmas by John Waters November 15, 2016 Center for Visual and Performing Arts 1040 Ridge Road, Munster, Indiana Make your reservations today! Call 219/836-1839, x100

Attention Teachers: FREE follow-up classroom workshop when you book your performance date

Call 219 / 836.1839 ext. 100 to make reservations

IT WAS A BOWIE ARTS BALL! The 23rd Annual Beaux Arts Ball, Let’s Dance: A Tribute to David Bowie, was held on Friday, June 3, 2016, at the Center for Visual and Performing Arts. Everyone “Bowied Up” for a very successful evening that netted $171,000! Congratulations and heartfelt thanks to our generous and engaged attendees, board members, committee, community and staff. Special recognition and thanks to our dedicated Beaux Arts Ball Co-Chairs Carly Brandenburg, Dr. Gus Galante and Sandi Kozlowski. The Beaux Arts Ball is South Shore Arts’ primary fundraiser with proceeds benefitting our everykid art education programs for children, youth and families. The Ball’s success allows us to grow and sustain these programs despite unexpected disruptions in funding. This year the everykid program celebrated its 21st anniversary serving 30,000 children and youth in Northwest Indiana and south suburban Chicago.

Northwest Indiana McDonald’s Owner/Operators were honored at the Ball with the Patron of the Year Award for reaching the milestone of serving 10,000 second grade students through their sponsorship of The Skin You Live In. This everykid literacy program focuses on diversity and acceptance and is provided in communities wherever a McDonald’s affiliated with the Indiana Owner/Operators can be found. Bob Mazzaro, President of the Northwest Indiana group, accepted the award. In honor of our Bowie theme, guests donned lightening bolt tattoos during the cocktail hour. More lightening bolts by metalsmith Bill Howes were featured centerpieces along with a spiked red shoe wine holder. As Bowie said “Put on your red shoes and dance the blues!” Judith Mayer of Keyword Design even incorporated a Bowie poster as part of her fabulous invitation design. They are now hanging in offices all across Northwest Indiana!

Steve & Carly Brandenburg, Karen Maravilla & Ray Garcia, Corey & Jessica Hecht

Scott & Karen Lauerman

Beaux Arts Ball Sponsors DIAMOND ($10,000) BP LEAD UNDERWRITER the everykid program ($10,000) Morrow Family Foundation PLATINUM ($5,500) BMO Harris Bank Community Healthcare System Lexus of Merrillville NIPSCO Precision Control Systems Diane Kavidias Schneider & David R. Schneider

GOLD ($2,750) Community Hospital Horseshoe Casino Carol & Joseph Fraley Sandi & Ed Kozlowski Peoples Bank Cherie & Mike Rippey Theodoros & Rooth, PC University of Chicago Medicine SILVER ($1,750) Pat Colander & Jeff Kumorek Crown Corr, Inc. Dillard Consulting, LLC Eichhorn & Eichhorn, LLP El Taco Real Restaurant

Fifth Third Bank Franciscan Alliance Drs. Becca & Gus Galante Doyin & Dr. Ayoola Gomih Indiana University Northwest Johnson, Stracci & Ivancevich LLP Scott King Group Heather & Dr. Thomas Levin Maureen & Dr. Michael Luongo McMahon & Associates Mechanical Concepts O’Neil McFadden & Willett LLP Mara Candelaria Reardon South Lake Women’s Health PC The TIMES Media Company Liz & Chris Valavanis

It was the first time in many years that the Ball featured a live band. The Somethings played tributes to Bowie and other great dance music. There was even a cameo performance by The unPROFESSIONALS, a band comprised of board members and friends who covered Cake by the Ocean with attorney Jeremy Willett singing lead! Major sponsors of the 23rd Annual Beaux Arts Ball were Diamond Sponsor BP and lead underwriter of the everykid program, the Morrow Family Foundation. Event Sponsors were BMO Harris Bank, Community Healthcare System, Lexus of Merrillville, NIPSCO & Precision Control Systems. Largus Graphix Solutions donated the invitations, and James & Sons donated the raffle prize. Special thanks to Tom O’Donnell, our auctioneer extraordinaire, and artist Diego Gonzalez, who demonstrated his body-painting skills for the live auction! Mark your calendars for next year. The 24th Annual Beaux Arts Ball is scheduled for Friday, June 2, 2017.

Ed & Sandi Kozlowski Artist Diego Gonzalez and model demonstrate body-painting as part of the Live Auction

Barry Rooth, Gus Galante, Jeremy Willett and Tom Levin representing The unPROFESSIONALS

Additional Underwriting provided by: Advanced Care Medical Specialists Allard Rental Karen & Brad Anderson Sherry & Tim Anderson Amanda Barker-Ariga & Dr. Deepak Ariga Sue & Andy Arnold Carly & Steve Brandenburg Julie & Eric Compton Frank Corral Dillard Consulting LLC First Midwest Bank Carol & Joseph Fraley Drs. Becca & Gus Galante

Susan & Jason Griffin Marcia & Will Glaros Doyin & Dr. Ayoola Gomih Drs. Amy & Dennis Han James & Sons Maureen & Dr. Michael Luongo Markey’s Audio Visual Betsy & Dr. Peter Mavrelis Shar & Gary Miller Julie & Dr. Michael Mintz Mrs. William J. Mitchell Dr. Catherine Murphy Beth & Aaron Pinkus Margo Powers

Karen & Cornel Raab SEDA, Inc. Sue Eleuterio & Tom Sourlis Strack & Van Til Jenny & Dr. Bruce Yalowitz Strack & Van Til Jenny & Dr. Bruce Yalowitz

Bowie Tattoo Girls

Sue Eleuterio & Tom Sourlis

Jessica Cohen & Ben Bochnowski

Congratulations Northwest Indiana McDonald’s for reaching a milestone of 10,000 students served through




You Live in

and being honored as Patrons of the Year at the 2016 Beaux Arts Ball

South Shore Arts Honor Roll of Donors, FY2016 Looking back on the past fiscal year, South Shore Arts recognizes our many generous friends—individuals, families, corporations and foundations—who make it possible for us to do our work. The listing below represents cumulative cash and in-kind gifts received July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016, excluding event tickets.

$50,000 & Up Foundations of East Chicago

Strack & Van Til, Inc. Vanis, Inc.

$25,000-49,999 Alphawood Foundation Indiana Arts Commission

$1,000-2,499 Advanced Care Medical Specialists Sherry & Tim Anderson Amanda Barker-Ariga & Dr. Deepak Ariga Lynn & Stephen Bolanowski Carly & Stephen Brandenburg Leane & David Cerven Pat Colander & Jeff Kumorek Suzanne & Dr. David Cooley Crown Corr, Inc. Julie & John Curran Kay Depel Eichhorn & Eichhorn, LLP El Taco Real Fifth Third Bank First Midwest Bank Franciscan Alliance Drs. Becca & Gus Galante Marcia & Will Glaros Doyin & Dr. Ayo Gomih Drs. Amy & Dennis Han Horseshoe Casino James & Sons Johnson Stracci & Ivancevich Kappa Kappa Kappa, Beta Rho Chapter Kappa Kappa Kappa, Iota Chapter Scott King Group Judy & Kevin Kish Karen & Scott Lauerman Heather & Dr. Thomas Levin Betsy & Dr. Peter Mavrelis Karen & Terry McMahon McMahon & Associates Mechanical Concepts Ann & David Mika Millies Engineering Group Julie & Dr. Michael Mintz Melissa & Ralph Neff Kathy & Tom O’Donnell O’Neil McFadden & Willett, LLP Cherie & Michael Rippey Tracy & Marc Schwimmer Connie Skozen South Lake Women’s Health PC Theodoros & Rooth Lynn & Bob Topel Liz & Chris Valavanis Whole Foods Market Gail Woolever Jenny & Dr. Bruce Yalowitz

$10,000-24,999 John W. Anderson Foundation Anonymous BP City of Hammond Community Foundation of Northwest Indiana Lake County Community Fund at Legacy Foundation Morrow Family Foundation/ Chris Morrow Sandy & Joseph Morrow The TIMES Media Company $5,000-9,999 Sue & Andy Arnold Cathy & Cal Bellamy BMO Harris Bank Community Healthcare System Crown Point Community Foundation Enbridge Carol & Joseph Fraley Indiana University Northwest Lake County Substance Abuse Council McDonald’s Peoples Bank Precision Control Systems, Inc. Diane Kavidias Schneider & David R. Schneider $2,500-4,999 Larry Behling Burrell Family Foundation John Cain Christenson Chevrolet City of Crown Point Denise & Major Dillard Sandi & Ed Kozlowski Largus Graphix Solutions Mary & Bruce Leep Lexus of Merrillville Pamela A. & William J. Lowe Maureen & Dr. Michael Luongo Judith Mayer Carol & Bob Mazzaro NIPSCO Karen & Cornel Raab

$500-999 Louise & Dave Allard Otie & Ken Anderson Arctic Engineering Kathryn Brtko Frank Corral Paula Ferkull & Walter Rebovich Ann Fox Martha & Luis Gonzalez Carolyn Gorman Betsy & John Griggs Nancy & David Gross Hammond Machine Works, Inc. Shirley Heinz Land Trust Elizabeth & Roger Kapla Kappa Kappa Kappa, Gamma Nu Chapter Kappa Kappa Kappa, Gamma Theta Chapter Irene & Scott King Elaine, Ismail & Aysegul Kisisel Cecelia Largura Lithographic Communications Susan & Bill McErlean Lois Mitchell Nicole & Dan Nita Terri & Viraj Patel Kris & James Sakelaris SEDA, Inc. Svetanoff & Associates, P.C. Marcie & Don Wheeler Jennifer & Jeremy Willett $250-499 Victoria & Stephen Adik Nancy Benson Patti & Howard Cohen Dr. Brenda Eriksen Laura Gerber Lucas Holcomb Medrea Lee Ann & Mike Mellon Jill & Larry Meyers Olga & Mike Pellegrino Mary & Mike Purcell Jeff Strack Sean Taylor Anita Torok Kappa Kappa Kappa, Epsilon Omicron Chapter Mary Louise Mybeck Margaret & Rich Skurka Jessica Watts

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South Shore Arts Members receive a 10% discount on classes.

OCTOBER 3–DECEMBER 15, 2016 Classes range from 6 to 10 weeks in length. Become a member and save 10% on applicable classes! South Shore Arts is pleased to offer quality art classes at three locations in a wide variety of disciplines and media. Classes are available for ages birth through adult. The gifted instructors at South Shore Arts are primarily working artists with degrees in their respective fields. In addition to the many classes offered at our headquarters in Munster’s Center for Visual and Performing Arts––including figure drawing, pottery, painting, cartooning, drawing, and photography––South Shore Arts also offers classes at Substation No. 9 in downtown Hammond and in downtown Crown Point.

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FALL CLASSES Start October 3, 2016 (No classes Nov. 21-27)

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MONDAYS Music Together in Munster (no discounts) Watercolor Painting Open Studio Mixed Media *NEW* Pottery: Intermed./Advanced & Studio Intermed. B/W Photography & Dark Room Principles of Figure Drawing (no discounts)

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TUESDAYS Children’s Mixed Media Studio Children’s Beginning Drawing Yoga in the Gallery *NEW* Introduction to Cartooning Children’s Drawing (all levels) Beginning Drawing for Adults Intro to B/W Photography & Dark Room Intro to Pottery *NEW*

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WEDNESDAYS Drawing for Adults (all levels) Intro to Manga: Japanese Comic Drawing Composition Series *NEW* Songwriting

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THURSDAYS Senior Pottery *NEW* Children’s Mixed Media Art Studio Intermed./Adv. Drawing for Adults

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SATURDAYS Children’s Intermediate/Advanced Drawing Yoga in the Gallery *NEW* Beginning Handbuilding Pottery Intro to Digital Camera Techniques Beginning Handbuilding Pottery Children’s Beginning Drawing Pottery (all levels) Children’s Intermediate Drawing

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M296a M179a M502 M113a M344 M127 M124a M136a

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M127a M353 M500 M442

$ 130 $ 120 $ 90 $ 80

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MONDAYS Into to Manga Drawing for Adults (all levels)

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Oct. 3 – Dec. 12 Oct. 3 – Dec. 12

CP312 CP219

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TUESDAYS Mixed Media Painting Studio

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Oct. 4 – Dec. 13


$ 195

WEDNESDAYS Senior Pottery *NEW* ages 55 and up 1:00 – 3:00 pm Oct. 5 – Dec. 14 CP501 $ 225 Children’s Mixed Media Art Studio ages 4–6 4:30 – 5:30 pm Oct. 5 – Nov. 9 CP149a $ 55 Pottery (all levels) ages 16–adult 6:00 – 9:00 pm Oct. 5 – Dec. 14 CP112 $ 225 THURSDAYS Senior Art Workshop Senior Art Workshop Children’s Beginning Drawing & Painting Beginning Handbuilding Pottery Children’s Drawing (all levels) Beginning Handbuilding Pottery

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THURSDAYS Senior Art Workshop Children’s Intro to Drawing & Painting

ages 55 and up ages 9–15

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SATURDAY Continuing Airbrushing Beginning Airbrushing

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$ 85 $ 110

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H172 H109a

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Through special funding from the City of Hammond, Hammond residents taking classes at Substation No. 9, South Shore Arts branch location in downtown Hammond, pay only half price! This discount is not applicable on workshops or at other South Shore Arts locations or in conjunction with other discounts. Proof of residency is required upon registration.


If a class is cancelled due to low enrollment, a full refund will be granted. Refunds, minus a $10 processing fee plus the cost of supplies (if applicable), for class withdrawal will be allowed only if the class enrollment is greater than the minimum number of registrants and if notification is made seven days prior to the first class. Refunds, minus a $30 processing fee plus the cost of supplies (if applicable), for class withdrawal will be allowed only if notification is made before the second class meeting and if the class enrollment is greater than the minimum number of registrants. No refunds will be made for withdrawal after the second class meeting. No refunds will be made on memberships.

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Convergence Magazine Fall 2016  

South Shore Arts' Quarterly Magazine. Exhiibits, Classes, Events.

Convergence Magazine Fall 2016  

South Shore Arts' Quarterly Magazine. Exhiibits, Classes, Events.