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convergence SOUTH SHORE ARTS MAGAZINE FALL 2018


KirK Muspratt - Music Director/conDuctor

Dukes of Dixieland

September 15, 2018 at 7:30pm • Monbeck Auditorium, Highland High School

Russian Cello

October 26, 2018 at 7:30pm • The Auditorium at Living Hope Church, Merrillville

Holiday Pops

2 shows

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December 13, 2018 at 7:30pm • Monbeck Auditorium, Highland High School December 14, 2018 at 7:30pm • The Auditorium at Valparaiso High School

Two Symphonies and a Modern Mass

March 8, 2019 at 7:30pm • The Auditorium at Living Hope Church, Merrillville

The Keys to France

April 5, 20179at 7:30pm • The Auditorium at Living Hope Church, Merrillville

One Small Step

Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing May 17, 2019 at 7:30pm • Monbeck Auditorium, Highland High School

A Concert with Courses

SAVE tHe Date !

Symphony Gala • October 12, 2018 at 6pm The Center for Visual and Performing Arts

For tickets, subscriptions or more inFormation

219/836.0525 x200 or www.NISorcheStra.org


Convergence is a quarterly publication of South Shore Arts

We transform the South Shore through the arts.

The Center for Visual & Performing Arts

Substation No. 9

Crown Point Branch

1040 Ridge Road Munster, Indiana 46321 219 / 836.1839 phone 219 / 836.1863 fax

435 Fayette Street Hammond, Indiana 46320 219 / 933.0200 phone

South Shore Arts at The Artful Garden 611 N. Indiana Avenue Crown Point, Indiana 46307 219 / 663.0200 phone

Gallery / Gift Shop Mon–Fri 10–5 Sat 10–4 Sun 12–4

Office Mon–Fri 8:30–5

Open for classes only. You may also call to arrange a visit.

Wed–Sat 12–4 You may also call to arrange a visit.

ART INSTRUCTORS

BOARD & STAFF

South Shore Arts is always seeking instructors to teach classes in the visual arts, such as drawing, painting, pottery and more for its everykid program.

South Shore Arts Board of Directors

An application form is available in PDF format at www.SouthShoreArtsOnline.org or by calling 219 / 836.1839, ext. 103.

ADVERTISING RATES Interested in advertising in Convergence? South Shore Arts reaches over 7,500 individuals and families every quarter with this publication. Call Tricia Hernandez, Director of Marketing, at 219 / 836.1839 for more information.

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President Karen Raab President Elect Carly Brandenburg VP Administration Danette Garza VP Development Marcia Glaros Connie Skozen 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. Karen Maravilla Secretary Leane Cerven Treasurer Tim Anderson Immediate Past President William Lowe, Ph.D.

Andy Arnold Denise Dillard Jim Dunne Gus Galante Doyin Gomih Carol Green-Fraley Susan Griffin Corey Hecht Tom Keilman Amy Koufos Karen Lauerman Heather Levin Heather McCarthy David Mika William Neff Cherie Rippey Liz Valavanis Laura White Timothy Winders 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 & Administration George Matusik, 219 / 836-0525, ext. 202 Assistant Director of Finance & Administration Alan Arendt Director of Education Micah Bornstein, ext. 101 Administrative & Education Coordinator Kelly Freeman, ext. 103 Administrative & Education Assistant Leona Jurincie, ext. 100­­­­ Director of Exhibitions Bridget Covert, ext. 108 Special Projects Director Donna Catalano, ext. 104 Gift Shop Manager Jackie Wickland, ext. 106­­­­­­

ON THE COVER: Felix Maldonado, Jackson Five, Spray paint on brick, 5th Avenue & Broadway, Gary, Indiana; photo by Ish Muhammad © 2018 South Shore Arts and its licensors. All rights reserved. Printing: Largus Graphix Solutions Design: Judith Mayer Creative

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


exhibitions

Urban Legends A Two-part Exhibit Series Showcases Artists Bringing New Life to Old Places

Urban Legends is a two-part series of exhibits that showcase artists whose work is sparking new life in old places. The exhibits will be presented at the Center for Visual and Performing Arts over a six-month period beginning this fall and in multiple venues in Gary next spring. Lead underwriting for the series has been provided by the National Endowment for the Arts, the Legacy Foundation and Peoples Bank. Urban blight and the subsequent need for regeneration are not unique to Lake County communities, which are increasingly taking cues from similar sites across America, where art and artists have been utilized as means to stimulate new life. By documenting the public artwork that Northwest Indiana artists have executed throughout our sprawling metropolitan region and elsewhere, viewers will better understand how this artwork is being used to create new environments. The images that photographers have captured among urban ruins, including Gary’s City Methodist Church, will shed light on the exciting possibilities that lie ahead for redeveloping seemingly barren places. Older cities often suffer from abandonment. Concerning this issue, public art projects are seen as a good strategy for regeneration. Public art can create a sense of identity or place, address community needs, tackle social exclusion, possess educational value, promote social change, and encourage economic development. Artists young and old in urban settings are creating artistic opportunities in areas where art can make a significant contribution to urban reuse and renewal. These exhibits will explore, document and promote the work being done as it transforms what has been into what can be.

Ruben Aguirre, Untitled, Spray paint on concrete, Lake Effekt 2015, Miller Beach, Gary, Indiana; photo by Ish Muhammad

Ruben Aguirre, Subtly Split in Two, Latex & spray paint on wood

By viewing the exhibits that comprise the Urban Legends series, it is hoped that the general public will gain an increased awareness and understanding of how public art by local artists is improving communities, transforming blighted areas and specific sites into oases of rebirth for people to use and enjoy. Similarly, artists and community leaders will be provided with encouragement to further utilize art and culture in innovative ways. Indy Windy: A Love Story, running November 13, 2018 through January 29, 2019, will feature artists from Indiana and Chicago who execute large public artworks to create new environments in aging urban and manufacturing areas, while also documenting their experiences and creating new work in their private studios. The exhibit will be curated by Ish Muhammad, a self-taught artist from Indiana who maintains a studio at the Zhou B Art Center in Chicago’s Bridgeport community on the south side. The exhibit will present an overview of ceative activity currently underway by a community of Midwest artists, some of whom have been working together for nearly 30 years. Muhammad states, “The inspiration for the exhibition is tied to the hustle of being an artist in Northwest Indiana and the relationships built along the way. What started out with artists building professional networks has evolved into true friendships with wedding invitations, graduations, and rent parties. Each has served as mentors, mentees, participated in exhibitions, organized events and collaborated with each other. This exhibit presents artists who respect each other and sincerely desire success for their peers.” Indy Windy: A Love Story will capture the relationship that Northwest Indiana artists maintain with the creative community in Chicago. Informational didactics will help viewers understand the diversity throughout this sprawling metropolitan region and how the artwork is being used to create new environments. The exhibit will showcase a dozen artists, along with two crews and a collective. Among the


Ish Muhammad, A New Day, Acrylic latex on MDO board, Gateway Park, Gary, Indiana; selfie photo by Ish Muhammad with Crew, Omar “OMS” Marin and Eloisa Nieves

artworks on display will be selections from Still Crazy: 30 yrs. of Crazy Indiana Style Artists, an exhibition of artifacts and paintings, covering the history of Indiana’s first Latino artist collective, from the Indiana State Museum. Although Indy Windy: A Love Story will include the grit of the graffiti writing movement, it is not intended to be a graffiti-only show, nor will it be a response to whether graffiti is art or vandalism. The exhibit will include the polished work of veteran muralists, fine artists, sculptors, and woodworkers in an environment where the viewer can experience the excitement of urban communities and make connections to the creative energy embodied by the artists’ work. Artists featured in Indy Windy: A Love Story include Ruben Aguirre, members of the Crazy IN-Style Artists

(CISA) Crew, FAB Crew, graffiti writer Mario “ZORE” Gonzalez, self-taught artist Tyrue “Slang” Jones, Emmet Kerrigan, Felix Maldonado, Liz Mares, Ish Muhammad, Brian Presnell, Tom Torluemke, members of the artist collective The Unwonted, former steel worker Roman Villareal, and Chicago-based street artist ZorZorZor. A Friendsgiving Party and Artist Reception will be held on November 16, 2018, 6-9pm. The second half of the series, Urban Ruins: Haunts, will run February 8 through April 21, 2019, with an Artist Reception on Sunday, March 3, 2019, from 1-3pm. Curated by John Cain, this exhibit will feature the work of guerilla photographers who have been lured to Gary and other cities to capture the haunting beauty of architectural ruins on the verge of being repurposed as gardens and other public spaces. An exhibit catalogue, which will document the work of artists featured in both shows, will be more than just a record of the work on display. It will also serve as a primer on public art of the Calumet Region. Urban Legends is the third exhibit collaboration presented by South Shore Arts and the Calumet Heritage Partnership, a diverse, bi-state partnership of environmental, cultural and historical organizations, individuals and other entities committed to celebrating, preserving and protecting the unique heritage of the Calumet region of Illinois and Indiana. Tyrell Anderson, 2.0 Photography, City Bones, Digital print


Student Artwork Celebrated! South Shore Arts presented the 44th Annual TriCounty Junior/Senior High School Art Exhibition, showcasing students in grades 6 through 12, from schools in Lake, Porter and LaPorte counties in Indiana, and south suburban Cook County in Illinois. The exhibit ran April 22 through May 20, with an awards ceremony held on Sunday, May 6, where students received over $8,000 in prizes and scholarships, including the $2,500 Berwanger Scholarship won by Homewood-Flossmoor senior Taylor Ausley, pictured right.

Above, Alex Pec, art teacher at George Rogers Clark Middle School, with the Best Overall School trophy for junior high


CURRENT EXHIBITS CENTER FOR VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS 75th Annual Salon Show September 9–November 4, 2018 Celebration Brunch: Sunday, September 16, 11am-1pm Awards Reception: Sunday, September 16, 1-3pm Indy Windy: A Love Story November 13, 2018–January 29, 2019 Friendsgiving Party: Friday, November 16, 6-9pm

Mike Barret Kolasinski, Changing Channels, Pastel

ATRIUM GALLERY Orie Shafer: The Nature of Abstract September 7–November 25, 2018 Artist Reception: Sunday, September 16, 2-4pm SOUTH SHORE ARTS AT THE ARTFUL GARDEN Season Preview: Community Supported Art Valparaiso Continuing through September 26, 2018 Mike Barret Kolasinski: WildScapes October 6, 2018–January 5, 2019 Artist Reception: Sunday, October 7, 1-3pm

Jessie Johnson, Tabernacle, Acrylic on canvas

SUBSTATION NO. 9 Harmony: Paintings by Jesse Johnson August 26–October 6, 2018 Artist Reception: Saturday, September 15, 1-3pm TOWLE THEATER, HAMMOND Ancient Visions: Dorothy Graden September 7–October 14, 2018 Artist Reception: Friday, September 7, 6:30-8pm INDIANA VISITORS CENTER, HAMMOND Along the Lake Shore: Chicago & Industry Works by Kathy Los Rathburn, Thomas Hocker & Matthew Kaplan Continuing through September 22, 2018

Dorothy Graden, Spirits, Mixed media on hand-pulled and pigmented cotton rag

CAFE FRESCO, CROWN POINT Gifts from Nature: Paintings by Pegiane Moore August 6–October 28, 2018

Above, Liz Mares, Weather Shifts, Acrylic & wood stain on birch Left, ZorZorZor, Untitled, Acrylic & spray paint on wood, Lake Effekt 2015, Miller Beach, Gary, Indiana; photo by Ish Muhammad

Rachel Garastik, For Women Only, Collage


harmonic convergence

Thank You, WANISS! The Women’s Association of the Northwest Indiana Symphony Society (WANISS) held its Annual Meeting at Innsbrook Country Club on June 21, 2018. The meeting included the installation of new officers—President Marti Ross, VP Administration Linda Bartochowski, VP Development Cindy Ault, Recording Secretary Anna Rominger, Corresponding Secretary Marie Russo, and VP Marketing Mary K. Stark—as well as new board members Judith Popp, Barb Swanson, and Charlene Tsoutsouris. John Cain, Executive Director of South Shore Arts and the Symphony, and Kirk Muspratt, Music Director/ Conductor, each spoke about plans for the Symphony’s new venues and programs for the 2018-19 season. Both stressed the need for all patrons to “Follow the Music” as the Symphony moves forward. The Women’s Association presented the Symphony with a check in the amount of $10,641.71, bringing the total contribution from WANISS to $30,000 for the year! These funds were raised primarily from the annual Festival of Trees and May Wine Brunch. Organized in Gary in 1962, the Women’s Association was launched as a support group that provided receptions after concerts, fashion shows and other fundraisers, held meetings with musical programs and even conducted the first season subscription ticket campaign.

Beyond funding, WANISS members provide the Symphony with other important forms of support, including volunteering for music education programs, ushering at concerts, providing refreshments for musicians, organizing the popular Cookies with Kirk receptions after classical concerts, and awarding the annual Edith Root Scholarships to members of the Symphony’s Youth Orchestra, enabling them to attend summer music camps. The WANISS Salon brunches give attendees a more intimate appreciation for individual instruments and members of the orchestra. Membership is open to all interested women throughout Northwest Indiana and beyond. Membership dues for 201819 are $30 per person.

WANISS Treasurer JoAnn Chandler and President Sue Crisman present a check to John Cain and Kirk Muspratt


Truman Capote’s

A Christmas Memory

For the 25th anniversary of his annual holiday reading, John Cain returns with Jim West to his first and most beloved story.

Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Center for Visual and Performing Arts, 1040 Ridge Road, Munster, Indiana Make your reservations today! Call 219/836-1839, x103


Meet Our Staff! Micah Bornstein has been working in nonprofit organizations for over a decade. He comes to South Shore Arts from Urban Gateways, an educational arts nonprofit that has provided young people in Chicago with access to arts programming for nearly 60 years. There, his focus was on community partnerships and operations. He was a systems administrator for the organization’s Salesforce database, using the technology to facilitate relationships with partners and better implement programs. Micah has a strong commitment to arts education. Throughout his career, he has taught printmaking, bookbinding, drawing, painting, graphic design and sculpture in a wide variety of settings to students of all ages. Micah holds a BFA in Printmaking and a BS in Arts Education from Indiana University Bloomington. He returned to Northwest Micah Bornstein, Indiana in 2015, after living in Vermont for several years. He now lives Director of Education in Ogden Dunes, the town where he grew up, with his wife and two dogs. As Director of Education, Micah will oversee all South Shore Arts classes in Munster, Hammond and Crown Point, the everykid educational outreach program, the Art in Focus art appreciation program and Northwest Indiana Symphony education programs. He will supervise and coordinate a roster of art instructors. Micah succeeds Jillian Van Volkenburgh, who served as South Shore Arts Director of Education for five years.

Bridget Covert has worked at the Center for Visual & Performing Arts since 2012, beginning part-time with Theatre at the Center as a painter and carpenter, then moving backstage to Master Electrician and Prop Designer. After two years behind the scenes, Bridget moved to Theatre at the Center’s business office to become the full-time Marketing Director. Bridget graduated with a BA in Business Communication and a minor in Art History and Theater from Trinity Christian College in Palos Heights, Illinois. Her background in theater included lighting design for several Trinity productions, community theater in Palos Heights and Theatre Y in Chicago where she also designed costumes. Bridget’s love of theater equalled her love of art, and she managed the Seerveld Gallery on the Campus of Trinity Christian College for three years while also studying art abroad in New York, Italy and France. Bridget can often be found with her camera, either photographing sunsets or landscapes in her free time or professionally photographing weddings throughout the region on weekends. Bridget has been with South Shore Arts since the fall of 2016 when she started out as Gallery Manager, then becoming Director Bridget Covert, Director of Exhibitions of Exhibitions, curating exhibits and selecting art for as many as six gallery spaces with the help of the South Shore Arts Exhibits Committee. This summer, Bridget married her Theatre at the Center co-worker, Andrew Covert, at Marquette Park Pavilion in Gary. They live happily together in Munster.


! T L I T ns r u T l l a The B -Five! y Twent

The 25th anniversary of South Shore Arts’ Annual Beaux Arts Ball was celebrated on Friday, June 1, 2018, at the Center for Visual & Performing Arts. The Ball was once again a huge success, a fun-filled evening that netted $174,000 in support of arts education! Congratulations and heartfelt thanks to our generous and engaged attendees, board members, committee, community and staff for helping to make it all happen. Special thanks to our

wonderful Beaux Arts Ball Co-Chairs Carly Brandenburg, Dr. Gus Galante, Amy Koufos and Irene Smith-King. The Beaux Arts Ball is South Shore Arts’ primary fundraiser with proceeds benefitting our everykid art education programs. The success of the Ball allows South Shore Arts to provide these programs for little to no cost to literally thousands of children, youth and families in Northwest Indiana and south suburban Chicago every year. Executive Director John Cain presented Carolyn Saxton, President of the Legacy Foundation, with the Patron of the Year Award. This year marked the Legacy Foundation’s 25th Anniversary as Lake County’s Community Foundation, and South Shore Arts has long been a nonprofit partner of the Foundation, helping us to establish and grow over $1,000,000 in endowment funds in support of the Salon Show, the Tri-County School shows and many other important South Shore Arts programs. Once again we used a mobile bidding platform, and the Silent Auction was one of our best ever! Artist Bojitt

Peter & Debbie Nau with Gale Crabtree & Kurt Olsen

Dr. Mike & Julie Mintz

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 Carol & Joseph Fraley Lexus of Merrillville NIPSCO

Precision Control Systems Karen & Cornel Raab Diane Kavadias Schneider & David R. Schneider GOLD ($2,750) Franciscan Health Horseshoe Casino King Brown & Murdaugh LLC Sandi & Ed Kozlowski McMahon & Associates Peoples Bank Wintrust Commercial Bank

SILVER ($1,750) Barnes & Thornburg, LLP Carly & Steve Brandenburg Eichhorn & Eichhorn, LLP Drs. Becca & Gus Galante Doyin & Dr. Ayoola Gomih Corey Hecht Indiana University Northwest Maureen & Dr. Michael Luongo Mechanical Concepts MonoSol O’Neil McFadden & Willett, LLP Purdue University Northwest


from Live Art International created a fabulous modern art painting during dinner. The Nicole Jamrose Band entertained and kept the dance floor full all the way to midnight. As part of our TILT theme, centerpieces featured homemade pinball mazes created with colorful plastic blocks and silver balls. We even had real pinball machines for guests to play and a photo booth for them to pose in. Major sponsors of the 25th 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 and Precision Control Systems. Platinum sponsors were Carol & Joseph Fraley, Karen & Cornel Raab, and Diane Kavidias Schneider & David R. Schneider. Largus Graphix Solutions donated the invitations, and Judith Mayer Creative designed them. Last but not least, we extend special thanks to Tom O’Donnell, our auctioneer extraordinaire, for his expertise with the live auction!

Nina Greer, Robert Northington and Irene Smith-King

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Joyce & Kurt Koch

Daisy Casique & Diego Gonzalez

Andrew Covert with mom Donna Williamson

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South Lake Women’s Health, PC The TIMES Media Company Liz & Chris Valavanis Additional Underwriting provided by: Albert’s Diamond Jewelers Sherry & Tim Anderson Sue & Andy Arnold E.C. Babilla Frank Baccino Boilermakers Local 374 Mylinda & Michael Cane Leane & David Cerven

MARK YOUR CA LENDARS FOR NEXT YEAR. The

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eaux Arts Ball Dillard Consulting LLC is scheduled for Friday, June 7 , 2 019, when we First Merchants Bank delightful even promise anothe ing in support r Sharon Gibson of arts educatio n! Marcia & Will Glaros Doyin & Dr. Ayoola Gomih Orthodontic Specialists Judith Mayer Creative Sandy & Rich Pellar Amy & Dr. Michael Koufos Peoples Bank Largus Graphix Solutions Margo Powers Heather & Dr. Thomas Levin Cherie & Mike Rippey Lithographics Communications SEDA, Inc Markey’s Audio Visual Christine & Ron Small Paula & Carl Meyers The Well Advertising Dr. Catherine & Mat Murphy Jenny & Dr. Bruce Yalowitz


South Shore Arts Honor Roll of Donors, FY2018 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, 2017 through June 30, 2018, excluding event tickets. $25,000-49,999 Alphawood Foundation Indiana Arts Commission Terry & Karen McMahon South Shore Arts Endowment Fund $10,000-24,999 BMO Harris Bank BP Community Foundation of Northwest Indiana, Inc. John W. Anderson Foundation Morrow Family Foundation/ Christopher M. Morrow Sandy & Joseph Morrow National Endowment for the Arts Peoples Bank Karen & Cornel Raab The TIMES Media Company $5,000-9,999 Anonymous Anonymous Family Endowment Fund Community Healthcare System City of Crown Point Carol & Joseph Fraley City of Hammond Indiana University Northwest Legacy Foundation Lexus of Merrillville NIPSCO Precision Control Systems, Inc. Diane Kavadias Schneider & David R. Schneider Vanis Inc. $2,500-4,999 Donald H. Berwanger Endowment Fund Cathy & Calvin Bellamy Lynn & Stephen A. Bolanowski, Jr. John Cain Leane & David Cerven Christenson Chevrolet Crown Point Community Foundation Sara & Jack Dietrich Endowment Fund Franciscan Alliance Rebecca E. & Gustavo E. Galante Wanda L. & Richard W. Gardner Endowment Fund Marcia & Willis H. Glaros Hammond Machine Works, Inc. Corey Hecht Horseshoe Casino Kappa Kappa Kappa, Beta Rho Chapter King, Brown & Murdaugh

Amy & Dr. Michael Koufos Sandi & Ed Kozlowski Mary & Bruce E. Leep JoAnn & Chuck Long Endowment Fund Pamela & William J. Lowe Maureen & Dr. Michael Luongo Judith Mayer Creative McMahon & Associates Mechanical Concepts, Inc. Debbie & Peter Nau Sandy & Richard J. Pellar Ag Perryman Salon Show Prize Fund Margo Powers Purdue University Northwest Wintrust Financial Corporation $1,000-2,499 Sherry & Tim Anderson Arts Midwest Barnes & Thornburg, LLC Carly & Stephen Brandenburg Joel Cooper Kay Depel Denise & Major Dillard Enbridge Energy Family Christian World, Inc. First Merchants Bank Danette Garza Kim & Larry Geisen Doyin & Ayo Gomih Terry Jasinski Kappa Kappa Kappa, Iota Chapter Irene & Scott King Lake Street Gallery Karen & Scott Lauerman Heather & Thomas Levin Lithographic Communications, LLC Gail & Robert Migliorini Ann & David Mika MonoSol Sandy & Gary Neale Endowment Fund O’Neill McFadden & Willett LLP Ann M. & Russell W. Pellar R.L. Millies & Associates Regional Award for Young Artists Fund Alexandra Gardner Riddle Endowment Fund Cherie & Michael Rippey Tracy & Marc Schwimmer Connie Skozen South Lake Women’s Health Strack & Van Til Elena Urschel Jennifer & Jeremy Willett Donna & Joe Williamson Jenny & Bruce Yalowitz

$500-999 Accucraft Victoria & Stephen Adik Albert’s Diamond Jewelers Jillian & David Alonzo Otie & Ken Anderson Arctic Engineering Linda K. & Greg Armstrong Sue & Andy Arnold Sylvia & Tom Collins Eichhorn & Eichhorn Ann Fox Susan Griffin Gardner Salon Show Prize Endowment Fund Kappa Kappa Kappa, Gamma Theta Chapter Kappa Kappa Kappa, Zeta Psi Chapter Elaine, Ismail & Aysegul Kisisel Mary Anne & Elden LaHayne Paula & Carl Meyers Jill & Larry Meyers Lois Mitchell Constance Murray Linda & Myron Nidetz Salon Show Endowment Fund Wendy & Ted Prettyman Marla & Joseph Schwartz Svetanoff & Associates, P.C. Seda Turan Liz & Chris Valavanis The Well Advertising Marcie & Don Wheeler $250-499 Frank Baccino Kathryn Brtko Norma J. & John M. Cain, Jr. Endowment Fund Carolyn Gorman Orval O. & Margaret Haag Salon Show Endowment Fund Tricia Hernandez Tom Keilman Cecelia Largura Julie & Dr. Michael Mintz Mary Louise Mybeck Ann Rose Patricia & Durward Schuetz Endowment Fund Shawn & Jeff Strack Sean Taylor Mary Ann Van Soest E. Anne & Robert Wadle Jackie & David Wickland


fall art classes *

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

OCTOBER 1 – DECEMBER 8, 2018 Classes range from 5 to 9 weeks in length.

Classes for Pre-K, Children, Teens, Adults & Seniors South Shore Arts has been offering quality art instruction for nearly 50 years. Classes include a wide variety of disciplines and media for any interest and ability level. The talented instructors at South Shore Arts are primarily working artists with degrees in their respective fields.

Classes are offered at three locations—the Center for Visual & Performing Arts in Munster, the Artful Garden in Crown Point and Substation No. 9 in Hammond.


ART CLASSES

REGISTER ONLINE www.southshoreartsonline.org

Art Classes for Pre-Schoolers, Children, Teens, Adults & Seniors

FALL CLASSES Start October 1, 2018 (No classes Nov. 19-24)

Become a member & receive 10% off applicable classes. Veterans also receive 10% off.

DID YOU KNOW?

WORKSHOPS & MORE!

Looking for quality art instruction? You’ve found it! South Shore Arts employs a talented staff of teaching artists. Many of our instructors are professional artists currently working in the field. They bring their knowledge and talents to create a vibrant learning experience like no other! Visit our website for instructor bios and full class descriptions.

Please visit our website for full class descriptions and online registration. A staff member will also be happy to assist you with your registration by phone or in person at our Munster and Crown Point branches. Information on upcoming workshops and events will be added throughout the fall.

MUNSTER

AGE GROUP

MONDAYS Watercolor Painting Pottery: Intermed./Advanced & Studio Intermed. B/W Photography & Dark Room Principles of Figure Drawing (no discounts)

ages ages ages ages

16–adult 16–adult 16–adult 18–adult

1:00 6:00 6:30 6:30

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TUESDAYS Senior Pottery (no discounts) Art Foundations Children’s Intro to Drawing Art Foundations Children’s Drawing (all levels) Intro to Drawing Intro to Pottery

ages ages ages ages ages ages ages

55+ 3–5 6–8 6-9 8–10 16–adult 16–adult

WEDNESDAYS Drawing Studio (all levels) ages Manga: Japanese Comics (all levels) ages Social Language Development Through the Arts ages Intro to Photoshop *FALL ONLY* ages

16–adult 9–adult 8-12 16–adult

THURSDAYS Senior Intro to Drawing (no discounts) SATURDAYS Children’s Intermediate/Advanced Drawing Beginning Handbuilding Pottery Beginning Handbuilding Pottery Children’s Intro to Drawing Pottery Studio (all levels) Children’s Intermediate Drawing . WORKSHOPS STEAM Projects STEAM Projects

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$ 190 $ 220 $ 250 $ 220

2:30 4:30 4:30 5:30 5:30 6:30 6:00

– 5:30 pm – 5:30 pm – 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm – 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm – 9:00 pm

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4 6 6 6 6 4 4

$ 220 $ 95 $ 95 $ 95 $ 95 $ 135 $ 220

11:00 4:30 4:30 6:30

– 1:00 pm – 6:30 pm – 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

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3 3 3 3

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$ 135 $ 120 $ 95 $ 95

ages 55+

1:00

– 3:00 pm

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$ 135

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9:15 9:15 10:45 10:50 12:15 12:30

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$ 120 $ 140 $ 140 $ 120 $ 140 $ 120

9–15 9–12 5–8 9–15 11–15 9–15

ages 6-12 ages 13-17

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4:00 9:00 9:00 9:00

10:45 am 10:45 am 12:15 pm 12:20 pm 1:45 pm 2:00 pm

12:00 – 3:00 pm 12:00 – 3:00 pm

Online registration & class details www.SouthShoreArtsOnline.org 219/836-1839 x 100

6 6 6 6 6 6

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8 8 8 8 8 8

Oct. 6 & Oct. 13 Nov. 3 & Nov. 10

$ 60 $ 60


CROWN POINT

AGE GROUP

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DATE

PRICE

MONDAYS Manga: Japanese Comics (all levels) Drawing Studio (all levels)

ages 9–adult ages 16–adult

5:30 7:30

Oct. 1 – Dec. 3 Oct. 1 – Dec. 3

$ 120 $ 135

– 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

TUESDAYS Seniors Intro to Drawing (no discount) ages 55+ 1:00 – 3:00 pm Oct. 2 – Dec. 4 $ 135 Children’s Intro to Drawing & Painting ages 9–15 4:00 – 5:30 pm Oct. 2 – Dec. 4 $ 150 WEDNESDAYS Art Foundations ages 1–3 11:00 – 12:00 pm Oct. 3 – Nov. 7 $ 85 Art Foundations ages 3–5 12:30 – 1:30 pm Oct. 3 – Nov. 7 $ 95 Art Foundations ages 6–9 4:00 – 5:00 pm Oct. 3 – Nov. 7 $ 95 THURSDAYS Senior Art Workshop (no discounts) Senior Art Workshop (no discounts) Children’s Beginning Drawing & Painting Children’s Drawing (all levels)

SUBSTATION NO. 9 THURSDAYS Senior Art Workshop (no discounts) SATURDAY Continuing Airbrushing Beginning Airbrushing

ages ages ages ages

55+ 55+ 5–8 9–15

1:00 3:00 5:00 6:00

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9:00 – 12:00 pm 12:30 – 3:30 pm

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$ 95 $ 95 $ 100 $ 120

PRICE

Oct. 4 – Dec. 6

$ 95

Oct. 6 – Nov. 10 Oct. 6 – Nov. 10

$ 175 $ 175

REFUND POLICY

If a class is cancelled due to low enrollment, a full refund will be granted. Refunds, minus a $30 processing fee for class withdrawal will be allowed only if notification is made before the second class meeting. No refunds will be made for withdrawal after the second class meeting. No refunds will be made on memberships.

GIVE THE GIFT OF ART South Shore Arts has gift certificates available. Contact 219/836.1839 x 100 for information.

SPONSOR A SCHOLARSHIP Are you an individual or business looking for a creative way to give back? Sponsor a scholarship! It can be for one student for one class session or establish an entire scholarship fund. This is a great idea as a charitable donation or for planned giving. Contact 219/836.1839 x 101

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Enjoy the Benefits of Membership!

Individual $45 • Free admission to exhibitions with an admission fee • Complimentary invitations to exhibition openings • 10% discount on classes • 10% discount on items purchased in the Gift Shop • Advance notice about programs, exhibitions and special events • Complimentary subscription to the monthly e-newsletter • Complimentary subscription to the quarterly Convergence magazine • Complimentary invitations to lectures • Access to art lending library

• Complimentary South Shore Poster: “Hats Off to the Arts” Benefactor $500-$999 Enjoy all of the benefits of Sponsor membership, plus: • One complimentary art class • 25% discount on one purchase of exhibited artwork • 50% discount on one purchase in the Gift Shop Life Member $1,000 Enjoy all of the benefits of Benefactor membership, plus: • Recognition in printed materials and in the Gallery Artist $40 Enjoy all of the benefits of Individual membership with a reduced membership fee. Student $25 Enjoy all of the benefits of Individual membership with a reduced membership fee. Please enclose copy of student I.D.

Family/Dual $65 BEST DEAL!! Enjoy all of the benefits of Individual membership for two to four family members Patron $125-$249 Enjoy all of the benefits of Family/Dual membership, plus: • A special South Shore Arts gift • Invitation to exclusive monthly ”Member’s Appreciation Day” with 20% discount on items purchased in the Gift Shop • Complimentary invitation to an annual thank you event for Patron members • 10% discount on one purchase of exhibited artwork • Special discounts on workshops, performances and tours Sponsor $250-$499 Enjoy all of the benefits of Patron membership, plus:

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fall art classes

OCTOBER 1 – DECEMBER 8, 2018 IN MUNSTER, HAMMOND &  CROWN POINT 

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Fall 2018 Convergence Magazine  

South Shore Arts quarterly magazine featuring art exhibitions, art classes and events.

Fall 2018 Convergence Magazine  

South Shore Arts quarterly magazine featuring art exhibitions, art classes and events.

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