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it’s coming! it’s the black-tie event of the year!

IT’S THE BALL! save the date friday, june 1, 2018 for the 25th annual beaux arts ball

Benefitting the South Shore Arts everykid program Co-Chairs: Carly Brandenburg, Gus Galante, Amy Koufos & Irene Smith-King

At the Center for Visual & Performing Arts, 1040 Ridge Road, Munster Reservations now open $175 person / $1,750 Table Sponsorships available Call 219 / 836.1839 x107

Convergence is a quarterly publication of South Shore Arts

We transform the South Shore through the arts.

Center for Visual and 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.



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 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 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. Karen Maravilla Secretary Carly Brandenburg Treasurer Tim Anderson Immediate Past President David Mika Andy Arnold Leane Cerven Pat Colander

Denise Dillard Jim Dunne Gus Galante Marcia Glaros Doyin Gomih Carol Green-Fraley Susan Griffin Ashley Halpern Corey Hecht Tom Keilman Amy Koufos Heather Levin Heather McCarthy William Neff Cherie Rippey Connie Skozen 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 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 Director of Exhibitions Bridget Earnshaw, ext. 108 Special Projects Director Donna Catalano, ext. 104 Gift Shop Manager Jackie Wickland, ext. 106­­­­­­

ON THE COVER: Rine Boyer’s People Watching (detail), Acrylic on canvas, with Eric Tucker’s See Beyond (detail), Steel & enamel © 2018 South Shore Arts and its licensors. All rights reserved. Printing: Largus Printing 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.


Artists Reveal Multiple Dimensions Through 2- and 3-D Work Hidden Perspectives: Works By Rine Boyer & Eric Tucker is a contemporary, sculptural exhibit that questions the two artists’ perception of one another and the environment that surrounds the viewers of their work. Rine Boyer paints colorful human figures with a symbolic pattern depicting what she assumes to be her subjects’ personalities, feelings or the essence of their environment. Eric Tucker forms steel around enamel to create sculptures that increase viewers’ awareness of their environments, allowing them to discover new perspectives on how they see his work. Boyer graduated with a B.F.A. from Reed College in Portland, Oregon, and moved to Chicago where she currently works out of a studio at the Zhou B Art Center in the Bridgeport neighborhood. Boyer creates acrylic paintings on canvas, as well as metal cutouts of people that she sees in everyday life. Her works depict themes of personality, culture and group dynamics by exploring how people see each other. Her figures are colorful with an overlying repetitive pattern that showcases an emotion, environment or action. “When I paint a person I hope to capture something bigger than just that person,” Boyer explains. “A culture that the personality represents or a state of mind that a gesture shows.”

Eric Tucker, also a resident at the Zhou B Art Center, uses human perspective to determine the perception and cognition of his work. By melding features of painting, drawing and sculpture, Tucker seeks to reveal ambiguities between the boundaries of traditional and contemporary media. Tucker’s sculptures are minimalistic and—whether placed on the floor, mounted on a wall or hanging from the ceiling—are intended to be viewed from all angles. Each has multiple perspectives to be explored. Tucker uses welded steel to create lines formed around shapes of bold color. His sculptures explore visual perspective and the body’s physical awareness of the objects he creates. “My sculptures are an investigation of the ambiguity of sight and the certainty of tactility,” Tucker says. “They are sites where visual sensation and physical presence lead to changing interpretations of space and volume.” Tucker holds an M.F.A. from the University of Chicago and is currently the curator of the Dorothea Thiel Gallery at South Suburban College. He lives in Whiting, Indiana, and is represented by Zg Gallery in Chicago. Hidden Perspectives: The Work of Rine Boyer & Eric Tucker will be on display at the Center for Visual and Performing Arts, February 7 through April 4, 2018, with a reception and artists talk on Sunday, March 4, from 1-3pm.

Opposite above left, Eric Tucker, Untitled, Steel & enamel Opposite above right, Eric Tucker in his studio at Zhou B Art Center with See Beyond, Steel & enamel Opposite below, Rine Boyer in her studio Below, Rine Boyer, 4th of July, Acrylic on canvas

The VIP/Donor Party held on Tuesday, January 16, treated guests to cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and a festive time with the exhibit. We thank the many sponsors who made it all possible. Terry & Karen McMahon Peoples Bank Indiana University Northwest Hammond Machine Works, Inc. Strack & Van Til The TIMES Media Company Indiana Arts Commission Joel Cooper Jack Gray Transport, Inc. Karen & Scott Lauerman Pamela A. & William J. Lowe, Ph.D. Karen & Cornel Raab Joe & Donna Williamson Our winter blockbuster was a fan favorite for people of all ages. The exhibit featured photos of sports heroes and collectors’ items from throughout the last century in baseball, basketball, boxing, hockey and horse racing. Original prints by LeRoy Neiman and paintings by Mark McMahon of famous ballparks and stadiums filled the gallery. South Shore Arts recognizes sports enthusiast Terry McMahon whose collection was the inspiration for the exhibit. .

South Shore Arts Board & Community Sponsors: Sue & Andy Arnold Eichhorn & Eichhorn, LLP Drs. Becca & Gus Galante Marcia & Will Glaros Corey Hecht Irene & Scott King Lakes & Rivers Logistics, Inc. Lithographic Communications, LLC Maureen & Michael Luongo, M.D. Mechanical Concepts, Inc., William Neff Nicole & Dan Nita Diane Kavidias Schneider & David R. Schneider Jenny & Bruce Yalowitz, M.D.

Sara Peak Convery, winner of the Helen V. Surovek Memorial Award for ICE: You Can’t Go Home Again, Latex paint, woodcut, fabric & PVC

Mylinda Cane, winner of the Richard A. DePirro Memorial Award for Little Red Barn, Photograph

Billy Pozzo, winner of the Alexandra Gardner Riddle Memorial Award for Polly, Acrylic on masonite, with daughter Polly


CENTER FOR VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS Hidden Perspectives: Works by Rine Boyer & Eric Tucker February 7–April 4, 2018 Artist Reception: Sunday, March 4, 1-3pm 44th Annual Tri-County Junior/Senior High School Art Exhibition April 22–May 20, 2018 Awards Reception: Sunday, May 6, 1-3pm

From left: Mary Bookwalter, Night Flyer (detail), Mixed media Carol Weber, Pieces of Us (detail), Mixed media Janice Meister, Gemini Fly Bye (detail), Mixed media mono-print construction

ATRIUM GALLERY Studio Conversations: The Work of Janice Meister, Mary Bookwalter & Carol Weber Through March 25, 2018 Artist Reception: Sunday, March 4, 1-3pm Straight Shooters: Photographs by Larry Lapidus April 4–June 18, 2018 Artist Reception: Friday, April 6, 5-7pm SOUTH SHORE ARTS AT THE ARTFUL GARDEN Water Here, Water There, Water Everywhere: Paintings by Rita Berg Through March 31, 2018 Artist Reception: Sunday, February 11, 1-3pm

Larry Lapidus, Patio Furniture, Photograph

TOWLE THEATER, HAMMOND Joel DeGrand: Window Dressing Through March 11, 2018 Reception: Friday, February 23, 6:30-8pm CAFE FRESCO, CROWN POINT Monika Lozinska: Forms of Rest February 25 – April 29, 2018

Monika Lozinska, Agave 01, Photograph

Joel DeGrand, Window Dressing #3, Photograph

Rita Berg, The Boats (detail), Watercolor

A Tribute to Our Symphony Musicians!



Center for Visual and Performing Arts 1040 Ridge Road, Munster, Indiana Make your reservations today! Call 219/836-1839, x100

This year’s reading chronicles the disastrous Christmas of 1975, the year Truman Capote celebrated in solitude, defiantly watching as his legendary swans swam away after the publication of a bombshell story, in which he utterly betrayed the women who had trusted and idolized him for decades. John is pleased to announce that Jim West, who has performed his puppet shows at the Center for Visual and Performing Arts for the past 25 years, will be presenting the reading with him! It will be their first time together on any stage since college in 1975.


Art for Every Stage of Your Life Art sparks creativity in children, creates much needed “me” time for busy adults and provides parents and grandparents with endless opportunities for personal expression. South Shore Arts offers these opportunities for people at every stage of life, whether they are parents wanting to nurture a child’s artistic interests, an adult needing to connect with something new or a retiree who finally has the time to pursue a creative outlet. South Shore Arts makes it all happen through classes, scholarships and community outreach. Two recent converts are South Shore Arts board members and friends, Liz Valavanis and Jenny Yalowitz, who, since last summer, have been taking a Tuesday afternoon pottery class together in Munster. “Even with my busy schedule, I finally found ‘need’ for me to take a class,” explains Liz. “I needed to be in a place where I was somewhere that I didn’t think about anything but creating. I love the fact that I am creating something while I am able to take the time to reflect on my day.” Jenny adds, “I am completely new to making pottery and love it so far. It makes me really focus on what I am doing. It is such a wonderful feeling to sit here for three hours and be immersed in something that isn’t workrelated.” With an increasing population of active retirees, seniorfocused classes have become a new staple with South Shore Arts, and the Senior Art Workshops, Senior Pottery and Senior Intro to Drawing classes fill up quickly. Senior student Doris Beard says that she enjoys the camaraderie and being around people her age. Her fellow classmate, retired teacher Kathleen Hocker enjoys her reverse role as a student. “My background is science. I taught chemistry and physics for years. I enjoy pottery because it is exacting but forgiving. It’s non-judgmental, and you can always start over. It’s a constant learning experience, and I love that aspect of the medium,” she says. South Shore Arts students Willow and Cliff Fitch are a team first by choice followed by necessity. Willow has a degenerative eye disorder that has left her with little vision. “Willow has been creative since the day I met her,” Cliff explains. “She even made her dress for our wedding. When her sight began to go, it became very difficult for her to continue her drawing and sewing.” Then, at the suggestion of their granddaughter, Willow decided to take the Senior Pottery class with Cliff so that he could assist her.

Above, Liz Valavanis at the pottery wheel Below, Cliff and Willow Fitch working together

Reluctant at first, she quickly found her place. “I was worried that my vision problem would hinder the class, but everyone has been so friendly and welcoming,” Willow says. “It has become my salvation.” Beginning something new at any age can be daunting. With busy schedules consisting of work, school, children, grandchildren or being a caregiver, self-care is often a low priority. But integrating creativity into your life can be a positive practice with lasting results.

South Shore Arts & Northwest Indiana Symphony thank our current education Foundation & Corporate Funders $1,000 and above: ARTS MIDWEST TOURING FUND




Photo Courtesy Dennis Crane Photography

harmonic convergence

Symphony has a busy fall

The Northwest Indiana Symphony spent the past several months fulfilling its mission to improve the quality of life for diverse residents along the South Shore by engaging people of all ages in outstanding musical performances and innovative educational activities. October brought the final education concerts to be held at the Star Plaza Theatre with a program of Spanish and Latin American-related music attended by nearly 5,000 students, teachers and chaperones. That same week, a smashing concert performance of Gilbert and Sullivan’s “The Mikado” was presented at Bethel Church in Crown Point. In November, over 400 elementary-aged students were treated to hands-on music and arts education experiences when Symphony clarinetist Ruth Rhodes and her VanderCook College students demonstrated instruments and gave attendees a chance to try them out during “Toot & Doodle.” Three weeks later, the Symphony Women’s Association kicked off the holiday season with the 29th Annual Festival of Trees luncheon. Several hundred participants were treated to the Wassail Bowl, a delicious lunch and entertainment by the Munster High School Chorale. On December 7, the Symphony celebrated its 76th birthday in conjunction with the final Holiday Pops Concert to be performed at the Star Plaza Theatre. Over 200 loyal supporters joined the 76 Trombones Club to raise funds for the Symphony and enjoy a final farewell party prior to the evening’s concert with the excellent Jeff Brown Trio entertaining. Thanks to all of the donors and sponsors who participated in these wonderful events!

Clockwise from above, the audience sing-along during the Symphony’s final Holiday Pops Concert at the Star Plaza Theatre; Music Director Kirk Muspratt and WANISS tree decorator Babs Zandstra flanked by Festival of Trees Co-Chairs Marti Ross and Tresa Radermacher; original seats from Seaman Hall in downtown Gary, site of the Symphony’s first concert on December 7, 1941; the 1st Place Festival of Trees business entry from Dixon’s Florist; the “Three Little Maids from School,” mezzo sporano Erin Moll, soprano Alisa Jordheim and soprano Emily Voltz, socialize with Chorus member Joan Sporny after the Symphony’s October 27 performance of “The MIkado”; 76 Trombones Club Co-Chairs Linda Eisenhauer and Joan Malatestnic; a happy “Toot & Doodle” participant; center photo, opposite, the Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra and Chorus take a final bow on the Star Plaza Theatre stage

Photo Courtesy Dennis Crane Photography

Photo Courtesy Dennis Crane Photography

spring art classes *

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

MARCH 19–MAY 26, 2018 Classes range from 6 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 & Substation No. 9 in Hammond.

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

SPRING CLASSES Start March 19, 2018 (no classes Mar. 26-31)

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

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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.


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

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TUESDAYS Senior Pottery Art Explorers Children’s Intro to Drawing Intro to Cartooning Children’s Drawing (all levels) Intro to Pottery Intro to Drawing Intro to B/W Photography & Dark Room WEDNESDAYS Drawing Studio (all levels) Children’s Intro to Handbuilding Pottery Teen’s Intro to Pottery *NEW* Intro to Manga: Japanese Comic Drawing Intro to Photoshop *NEW* THURSDAYS Art Explorers Senior’s Intro to Drawing Intro to Fiber Arts *NEW* SATURDAYS Children’s Intermediate/Advanced Drawing Children’s Intro to Handbuilding Pottery Intro to Digital Camera Techniques Children’s Intro to Handbuilding Pottery Children’s Intro to Drawing Children’s Pottery (all levels) Children’s Intermediate Drawing

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M130 M136 M124 M148

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M127a M120 M120a M353 M200

$ 135 $ 130 $ 140 $ 120 $ 95

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M296 M164 M500

$ 95 $ 135 $ 100

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WORKSHOPS Image Transfer Techniques for Clay ages 16–adult 10:00 – 4:00 pm Jun. 2 DATE REF NO PRICE Visit our website for added Spring workshops.

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MONDAYS Into to Manga: Japanese Comic Drawing Intro to Photoshop *NEW*

ages 9–adult ages 16–adult

5:00 – 7:00 pm 7:15 – 8:45 pm

Mar. 19 – May 21 Mar. 19 – May 21

CP312 CP200

$ 120 $ 95

TUESDAYS Children’s Intro to Painting *NEW* Mixed Media Painting Studio

ages 6–10 ages 16–adult

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Mar. 20 – May 1 Mar. 20 – May 22

CP207 CP117

$ 150 $ 180

– 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm

WEDNESDAYS Art Explorers ages 3–5 12:30 – 1:30 pm Mar. 21 – May 2 CP149a $ 95 Art Explorers ages 6–10 4:15 – 5:15 pm Mar. 21 – May 2 CP149b $ 95 Drawing Studio (all levels) ages 16–adult 7:30 – 9:00 pm Mar. 21 – May 23 CP219 $ 135 Intro to Digital Camera Techniques*NEW* ages 16–adult 1:00 – 2:30 pm Mar. 21 – May 2 CP319 $ 95 THURSDAYS Senior Art Workshop Senior Art Workshop Children’s Intro to Painting *NEW*

ages 55 + ages 55 + ages 11–15

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MONDAYS Continuing Airbrushing Beginning Airbrushing THURSDAYS Watercolor Painting *NEW* Senior Art Workshop Art Explorers Children’s Intro to Painting *NEW*

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CP133 CP133a CP308

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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.

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Convergence Spring 2018  

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