Page 1

SOUTH SHORE ARTS MAGAZINE SUMMER 2013

convergence SUPER-ficial!


St Com ay e for for the the Da Ho nc och ing . !

Calling All Gangsters & Molls, Rum Runners & Dames Come Kick Up Your Heels And Bend Your Elbows At South Shore Arts’ 20th Annual Beaux Arts Ball

Friday, June 7, 2013, 6pm At The Center for Visual and Performing Arts, 1040 Ridge Road, Munster, Indiana Cocktails, Dinner & Dancing / Live and Silent Auctions & Raffle / Black Tie

BALL CO-CHAIRS

Preview the auction!

Sandi Kozlowski, Julie Mintz, Cherie Rippey, Nancy Trimboli, D.C.

Get a sneak peek at our live and silent auction items starting May 28, 2013 at www.southshoreartsonline.org/theball

Diamond Sponsors

Event Sponsors


Find us on Facebook

Convergence is a quarterly publication of South Shore Arts

We champion the artistic identity of the South Shore.

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 219 / 933.8228 fax

123 North Main Street Crown Point, Indiana 46307 219 / 663.0200 phone 219 / 663.0211 fax

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

Wed–Sat 10–2

Tues–Sat 10–4

Office Mon–Fri 8:30–5

Ne Locatiwo

n!

ART INSTRUCTORS

BOARD & STAFF

South Shore Arts is always seeking instructors to teach classes in drama, dance, and the visual arts, such as drawing, painting, ceramics and more for its everykid program. South Shore Arts also is seeking pre-school art instructors. Pre-school applicants need not submit portfolio or slides of artwork.

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.

Annual Rate

Ad Sizes

Quarter Page Half Page Full Page Inside Front Cover, Duotone

$500 $1,000 $1,700 $3,000

3.5" x 5" 7" x 5" 7" x 10" 7" x 10"

President Michael Luongo, M.D. President Elect David Mika VP Administration Cherie Rippey VP Education David Schneider VP Exhibitions Sandi Kozlowski VP Governance Gus Galante, M.D. VP Marketing Judith Mayer VP Regional Services Irene Smith-King VP Symphony Melissa Neff Secretary Julie Mintz Treasurer Tim Anderson Immediate Past President / VP Development Marcia Glaros Andy Arnold Ann Bochnowski Debra Carrington Pat Colander Denise Dillard Danette Garza Craig Ghelfi Carol Green-Fraley Michael Greenwald

Susan Griffin Amy Han, Ph.D. William Lowe, Ph.D. Peter Mavrelis, M.D. Dan Nita Cynthia Powers Karen Raab Michael Sobeck Michele Spann, R.N. Ernest Summers Nancy Trimboli, D.C. Seda Turan-Yahne Liz Valavanis Jeremy Willett 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 Education Linda Eyermann, ext. 101 Education Coordinator Kimberly McKinley, ext. 103­­­­ Director of Finance and Administration Christine McCabe, 219 / 836-0525, ext. 202 Assistant to the Director of Finance Jennifer Willett, 219 / 836-0525, ext. 202 Gallery Manager Mary McClelland, ext. 108 Special Projects Director Donna Catalano, ext. 104 Administrative Assistant Kelly Freeman, ext. 100 Gift Shop Manager Jackie Wickland, ext. 106­­­­­­ Assistant Manager Andrea Miller Crown Point Branch Manager Morag Thompson, 219 / 663.0200 Substation No. 9 Branch Manager Leona Jurincie, 219 / 933.0200

ON THE COVER:

Chris Cosnowski, Spinning Clown, Oil on panel © 2013 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.


outstanding midwest artist exhibit

SUPER-ficial! A Chris Cosnowski Retrospective

“South Shore Arts is pleased to present SUPER-ficial!, the fourth installment of our Outstanding Midwest Artist Series, this time featuring contemporary Chicago painter, Chris Cosnowski, who depicts Americana in a photo-realistic style, producing paintings that are at once lifelike in detail and humorous in concept. Cosnowski’s artwork is historical by nature. His work recalls Western classical art through its use of figurative sculpture as subject matter. Conversely, the subjects are derived from the world of toys and Americana, recalling the Pop Art tradition. The dialogue between these two traditions creates a tension between high and low culture.

In the artist’s words, “Trophies and plastic figures make up the primary subject matter of my work. These cast, monochromatic figurines are reminiscent of classical sculptures, as well as being quintessential objects of Americana. Coins, stamps, bullets, balloons, patches, jacks, etc., are some of the other trinkets that find their way into my bins. Collecting (I should say amassing) these objects is an integral part of the creative process for me.” Cosnowski utilizes and exploits the intrinsic value and symbolism of these treasured keepsakes. His paintings envision a nostalgic no-holds-barred America. The works allude to the idealism of American values, yet somehow the narratives speak volumes about shifting ideals via the represented objects. What appears to be solid and significant is trumped by the discovery that the metal is an illusion. These beloved objects aren’t gold but merely sprayplated plastic with no real weight—an apt metaphor for a country in economic turmoil due in part to its gluttonous pursuit of all that glitters. Distinct perspective and meticulous precision can be seen in Cosnowski’s hyperrealist paintings. One part observation, one part criticism, the artist weaves together the most superficial, as well as splendid, aspects of American culture. His mastery of allusion and juxtaposition of content creates a dialogue that far exceeds the simple compositions at hand. Cosnowski uses empty backgrounds to call more attention to the objects, not unlike the religious icons of the Middle Ages. The large expanses of color add emotional and psychological facets to the paintings. His minimalist compositional leanings and religiosity add seriousness that is also at odds with the subject matter. Finally, there is a tension between the difficulty of the realistic painting style that the artist employs and the silliness of his subject matter. The ridiculousness becomes a point of focus. An underlying sense of humor prevails, particularly when the work is put in the context of fine art. The titles of the works are in keeping with this obvious humor through the use of puns and art historical references. Chris Cosnowski received his MFA in Painting from Northwestern University and his BFA in Illustration from Columbus College of Art and Design in Columbus, Ohio.

Cjris Cosnowski, Knievel, Oil on panel

Opposite, Chris Cosnowski, Captain America Mandala, Oil on panel


He has been a member of the American Academy of Art faculty since 2003. He currently teaches figure drawing and painting. His work has been exhibited in New York, Chicago, San Francisco and London and has appeared in publications such as New American Paintings (Midwest Edition), American Art Collector and Chicago magazine. Cosnowski currently lives and works in Chicago and is represented by Linda Warren Gallery in Chicago and Lyons Wier Gallery in New York. South Shore Arts premiered the Outstanding Midwest Artist Series in 2007 with Call of the Wild: Paintings by Michael Noland. The second exhibit in the series was presented a year later with Excellent Hostess: Selected Paintings by Lorraine Peltz. In 2010, the third exhibit in the series was Some Assembly Required: A Margaret Wharton Retrospective. In addition to expanding South Shore Arts’ reach as an exhibition venue, our objectives in presenting this series include exploring the creative roots of contemporary visual artists; introducing seminal exhibitions to the public; strengthening the relationship among artists and their audiences in the Midwest; and documenting each of these exhibitions through the publication of accompanying catalogues. The exhibit will run from June 16 through September 2, 2013, with a reception for the artist on Sunday, June 23, from noon to 3pm, during the free Family Arts Festival at the Center for Visual and Performing Arts.

Chris Cosnowski, Prowler, Oil on canvas

Chris Cosnowski, La-La Land, Oil on panel


CURRENT EXHIBITS CENTER FOR VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS 39th Annual Tri-County Jr/Sr High School Art Exhibition April 28 – May 26, 2013 Reception & Awards Ceremony: Sunday, May 5, 1–3pm Outstanding Midwest Artist Series SUPER-ficial: A Chris Cosnowski Retrospective Curated by John Cain June 16 – September 2, 2013 Artist Reception: Sunday, June 23, Noon–3pm

Carole Stodder, Kick Start, Acrylic

Ann Singer, Nude Model (detail), Acrylic on board

ATRIUM GALLERY Larger Than Life: Ann Singer 1927-2010 April 26 – June 9, 2013 Opening reception: Sunday, May 5, 1-3pm Industry of Now: Works by Judith Mullen June 14 – August 4, 2013 Artist Reception: Sunday, June 23, Noon-3pm

Liz Mares, Let’s Make a Deal, Oil stick on birch panel

Joseph Perryman, Hard Edge, Digital

True to Form: Paintings by Carole Stodder August 9 – October 6, 2013 CROWN POINT BRANCH Alternate Realities: Works by Dawn Diamantopoulos Continues through May 18, 2013 Artist Reception: Saturday, April 13, 1–4pm Allow Non-Linear History: Paintings by John Lyon May 24 – July 13, 2013 Artist Reception: Saturday, June 22 1–4pm Eclectic: Works by Joseph Perryman July 26 – September 7, 2013

Joanna Dornick, Sombre Reptiles, Mixed media

Chris Cosnowski, Monkey Onement, Oil on canvas

SUBSTATION NO. 9 Reflections of Life In the Country: Works by Lyn Wellsand Continues through May 18, 2013 Another Green World: Mixed Media by Joanna Dornick May 24 – July 6, 2013 Artist Reception: Saturday, June 1, 6-8pm Three Is a Magic Number: Works by Brandon Ellis, Julio Guerra, Liz Mares, Martin Martinez & Larry Mickow July 19 – September 7, 2013 John Lyon, Pull, Acrylic, oil and enamel on canvas over panel


Program Teaches Students to Value Art, Live Substance Free

Art is a resource that can be used to communicate in countless ways, and a new South Shore Arts program does just that.


Value Art, Live Substance Free was developed by South Shore Arts in collaboration with freelance artist Deborah Landry and Indiana University Northwest (IUN) students pursuing degrees in nursing, criminal justice and social services with funding from the Lake County Substance Abuse Council. The program is based on the philosophy that art is a tool that can be used to teach all subjects from a holistic approach. With this in mind, students from the Hammond Academy of Science and Technology (HAST) used art to explore life skills that would supply them with healthy coping mechanisms in dealing with life’s challenges rather than turning to drugs or alcohol. Ms. Landry based the program on the guidebook Life Skills by Gilbert J. Botvin, Ph.D., for its “whole person” approach. The book not only addresses drug and alcohol abuse but subjects such as self-image, decision-making, anger management, anxiety, effective communication, making new friends, social skills and resisting advertising pressure as well. Research has shown that young people are less likely to start using drugs and alcohol if they are given the knowledge and taught the skills necessary to live happy, healthy and successful lives. HAST students in grades six through eight met with the artist, teacher Debbie Fenno and interns from the Master’s in Social Work program at IUN for fifteen weeks. The interns provided one-on-one attention to the HAST participants and were given the opportunity to create lesson plans and content for a 70-page book that was created as part of the program. Ms. Landry developed art lessons that fit seamlessly with each life skill outlined in the guidebook. For units six and seven on alcohol and drugs, for example, Ms. Landry employed a sensory deprivation project showing the students how drugs and alcohol disable the ability to use their senses. The project consisted of students making a series of clay animals. With each new creation, students would be deprived of one of their senses. First, they wore rubber gloves while trying to mold the clay. With the second clay animal they wore rubber gloves and earplugs. The third time they wore rubber gloves, earplugs and “drunk” goggles. After the sensory deprivation experiences, the students were given clay to create an animal with the use of all of their senses. Each of the fifteen sessions incorporated art into a life skills lesson. The end result was a video presentation, the instillation of window art in the school’s foyer and the publication of a book. Eight vinyl window clings now greet students and guests as they enter the building with a colorful compilation of student artwork created during the program. The book is comprised of student work, lessons learned during the program, ideas for living healthy and resources for anyone needing help with drug and alcohol related problems. At an unveiling celebration, all 240 sixth, seventh, and eighth grade HAST students viewed the videos and artwork and received a copy of the book. The videos, book and window art were all designed to give students tools to communicate with their peers, their parents, their teachers and their community. Using a holistic approach combining art with the introduction and learning of life skills, the HAST students have themselves become teachers of life skills.

PARTNERING WITH THE USO The popular South Shore Arts program The Skin You Live In has been conducted in schools throughout Northwest Indiana for the past four years. On February 24, 2013, the program was presented at the Union League Club in Chicago, where it touched the families of service men and women at an event sponsored by the Union League Club Authors Group, the USO and WTTW Chicago. Approximately 100 children and their families spent the day meeting the author and illustrator of The Skin You Live In. Each received a signed copy of the book and created an art project with South Shore Arts. Author Michael Tyler read from the book and illustrator David Lee Csicsko demonstrated his unique drawing style. Afterwards, South Shore Arts instructors led the children in an art project in which each participant chose a skin color that matched his or her own, creating a self-portrait in the style of the book’s illustrations. The Skin You Live In uses beautifully descriptive words in clever rhyme to deliver an important message of social acceptance to young readers. Mr. Csicsko’s vivid illustrations capture a variety of children’s activities from all cultures, everything from swimming in the ocean, hugging, and catching butterflies, to eating birthday cake. This delightful children’s book offers a wonderful venue through which parents and teachers can discuss important social concepts with their children, while celebrating the ways in which we are unique and similar. South Shore Arts developed The Skin You Live In as a literacy-based art program in 2010 and has each year vastly increased the number of children who experience this lively story with a powerful message.


Northwest Indiana McDonald’s is a proud sponsor of South Shore Arts and their everykid program. The

skin

You Live in


harmonic convergence

Former Concertmaster Leaves Generous Bequest

“You don’t have to hear Jennie Gaudio play the violin to know that she is an excellent musician,” Beryl Ann Brownell wrote in the Gary Post-Tribune in the mid-1940s. “Strange as this may seem, you know that Miss Gaudio is a fine artist just in the way she holds her violin—as if it were a living thing. The audience which will gather at 8 o’clock Sunday night in Seaman hall will notice this delicacy of movement when Miss Gaudio is the soloist with the Gary Civic Symphony Orchestra.” When the Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra held its first concert in Gary on December 7, 1941, Jennie Gaudio (Wilkinson) was its concert mistress. When the Symphony’s 70th anniversary was celebrated in December, 2011, tribute

Jennie Gaudio Wilkinson, far right, with fellow musicians

was paid to Mrs. Wilkinson, who had passed away in October at the age of 96. In January of this year, the Symphony learned of a $40,000 cash bequest from Mrs. Wilkinson’s estate. Two violins and three bows were also left to the Symphony, including an English violin bearing an Alessandro D’Espine label, circa 1900, valued at $25,000 and a German violin, circa 1920, valued at $2,000. A violin bow by Lamy of Paris was valued at $8,000. The bequest was facilitated by Mrs. Wilkinson’s nephew, Donald Pasko, and attorney Russell Millbranth of Valparaiso. A graduate of Horace Mann High School and the Chicago Conservatory of Music, where she later served on the faculty, Mrs. Wilkinson also served on the faculty of the Sherwood Music School in Chicago and taught privately in Northwest Indiana. While in high school, Mrs. Wilkinson was the winner of the Indiana University State Contest as well as the Lake County South Shore Music Festival Contest where she appeared as a soloist on a festival concert. In 1936, at the age of 21, Mrs. Wilkinson toured as the violin soloist with the Monte Carlo Opera Ensemble on a trip that took her to 15 states. She also performed as a soloist at Orchestra Hall with the Sherwood Symphony and at the Commencement Concert for the Chicago Conservatory. Mrs. Wilkinson was a member of the Pro Musica Quintet and also the Chicago Artists Trio which played at Carson Pirie Scott department store. “Miss Gaudio, concert-master with the symphony, has always loved music and when 11 years old asked her parents for a violin,” Ms. Brownell wrote in the Gary Post-Tribune some sixty years ago. “Thinking this difficult for a child, the Gaudios bought a mandolin for their daughter, who was broken hearted with their choice. “The old expression ‘I’d rather play than eat,’ aptly fits Miss Gaudio who proved the statement by bringing the interview to an early close after one of her lessons in order to dash to symphony rehearsal . . . minus her dinner.” Sixty years later, the Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra is grateful for the many gifts of Jennie Gaudio Wilkinson, both those she bestowed during her lfetime and now beyond.


South Shore Summer Music Festival The 2013 South Shore Summer Music Festival will feature free concerts by the Northwest Indiana Symphony in six communities across Northwest Indiana during July and August. Everyone is welcome to come early, bring your lawn chairs and blankets, and relax and enjoy the music! “Our desire is to be a part of every adult and child’s summer, to contribute to the quality of life in our area, and be involved in the very fabric of our communities,” says Symphony Conductor Kirk Muspratt, creator of the Music Festival. “Come share with us the enjoyment and experience of being with your loved ones and neighbors under the stars.” This year’s concerts will have something for everyone, with the orchestra featuring patriotic crowd-pleasers, as well as contemporary favorites and music from Broadway musicals and movies. Maestro Muspratt will also preview music from the Symphony’s exciting upcoming 2013-14 concert season. All concerts begin at 7:30pm. Summer concert information is available by calling the Symphony office at 2013 FESTIVAL SPONSORS

219/836-0525 or by visiting the Symphony’s Web site at www.nisorchestra.org. The South Shore Summer Music Festival will be presented at the following locations: July 19 – Schererville Redar Park (Austin Street North of US 30.) Rain Location: Lake Central High School 8400 Wicker Ave. St. John, IN July 20 – Cedar Lake Town Complex Grounds (7408 Constitution Ave.) Rain Location: Hanover High School 10120 W. 133rd Avenue July 26 – Griffith Central Park (600 N. Broad Street) Rain Location: Griffith High School 600 N. Wiggs Street July 27 – Crown Point Franciscan Communities (Corner of Main and Franciscan) Rain Location: Crown Point High School 1500 S. Main Street August 2 – Hammond Wolf Lake Pavilion (Calumet Ave. at Sheffield Ave.) Rain Location: Calumet College of St. Joseph Athletic Center, 2400 New York Ave., Whiting, IN August 3 – Gary Marquette Park (1 North Grand Blvd.) Rain Location: Wirt Emerson VPA Academy 210 North Grand Blvd.


Earn your master’s degree in

Arts and Entertainment Administration You want to keep the Northwest Indiana area great. So do we. Valpo’s M.A. in Arts & Entertainment Administration offers: • A ccessible, hybrid course delivery: ideal for working professionals or the traditional student. Program may be completed in as few as 15 to 18 months. Courses may be waived for students with arts or business backgrounds. • Balance of theory and practice through hands-on learning. • I nternational focus, including internship and course opportunities abroad. • O pportunities for internships locally in Northwest Indiana and regionally at locations such as Chicago-based theatre company Silk Road Rising.

The brightest futures are built together. That’s why Thrivent Financial for Lutherans is working with South Shore Arts for a strong, vibrant arts community. We’re pleased to be part of South Shore Arts. And like you, we’re proud of our commitment to this community. Carsten Falkenberg CFP®, ChFC®, CLU®, CASL®, FIC Wealth Advisor South Shore Group 6811 East 125th Avenue Crown Point, IN 46307 219-663-8699 Toll-free 800-663-8699

Scott Poore Financial Consultant South Shore Group 1499 Windhorst Way, Ste. 220 Greenwood, IN 46143 317-215-2297 Cell 317-430-6604

Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards Inc. owns the certification marks CFP®, CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ and federally registered CFP (with flame design) in the U.S., which it awards to individuals who successfully complete the CFP Board’s initial and ongoing certification requirements. For important disclosure information, please visit Thrivent.com/disclosures. Appleton, Wisconsin • Minneapolis, Minnesota • Thrivent.com • 800-THRIVENT (800-847-4836)

For more information, visit valpo.edu/grad, send an email to Graduate.School@valpo.edu, or call 219.464.5313 or 800.821.7685.

24653 R12-11

Thrivent.com 201105219


Where self-expression meets selection. ®

800•828•4548 DickBlick.com


Cirque de la Symphonie to Open 2013-14 Season

The Northwest Indiana Symphony and Music Director Kirk Muspratt have unveiled the 2013-14 Concert Season. Six diverse concerts will be performed, including three classical and three pops. The season will kick off on Friday, September 20, with the Opening Concert and Gala at The Radisson Hotel at Star Plaza. This year’s concert will feature Cirque de la Symphonie, a collection of contortionists, jugglers and aerial artists performing gravity-defying feats of spell-binding grace and beauty, choreographed to popular classical and modern music. These world-class performers from all over the globe perform in, around, and even above the orchestra, leaving audiences breathless. In addition to the concert, guests also have the option to add the Opening Concert Gala package to their evening for pre-concert dinner and drinks at the Radisson Hotel at Star Plaza Celebrity Ballroom and a post-concert champagne and dessert reception at the theatre. The Gala package is $115 per person in addition to the concert tickets. Proceeds benefit the Symphony’s music and education programs. The season continues with Halloween Pops, back by popular demand. The Symphony Youth Orchestra and Symphony Chorus will both be on hand, as everyone gets in on the fun, especially Maestro Muspratt, whose costumes are always a fun surprise. Prizes will be awarded for audience costumes as well, so start planning yours today! The annual Holiday Pops, always with near sell-out crowds, returns in December as a cherished South Shore holiday tradition. The Symphony’s classical concerts kick off on Valentine’s Day with a lightly staged production of Puccini’s passionate Tosca. March will see the exciting and dynamic pairing of Dueling Pianos, featuring two grand pianos nose-to-nose on stage with two award-winning pianists performing. Our recently introduced “piano-cam” offers a close-up view of guest artists performing intricate musicianship on the big screens! The season will close with Mahler’s First Symphony and the return of violinist Corey Cerovsek, playing Barber’s Violin Concerto on his Milanollo Stradivarius of 1728. The Symphony Chorus will be featured in a performance of The World Beloved: A Bluegrass Mass, featuring bluegrass ensemble Monroe Crossing. This piece blends elements of classical mass with modern choral sophistication, encompassing poetry and traditional bluegrass instrumentation in an exhilarating musical experience. Chorus director Nancy Menk and members of the Chorus recently performed the Mass at Carnegie Hall in New York City. The concert will be held on Friday, April 4, 2014, at The Auditorium at Bethel Church. Subscribers can compose their own series by picking only the concerts they wish to attend. Options are available to attend all six concerts or to pick five, four or three. A 5% Early Bird Discount is available through August 9, 2013. Season brochures, subscriptions, and tickets are available now by calling 219/836-0525 x 200 or visiting www.nisorchestra.org

Opening Concert Gala—Featuring Cirque de la Symphonie Friday, September 20, 2013 – 8pm Concert Star Plaza Theatre Gala – 5:30-7:30pm Radisson Hotel at Star Plaza Halloween Pops—Featuring the Symphony Chorus & Youth Orchestra Thursday, October 24, 2013 – 7:30pm Star Plaza Theatre

Holiday Pops—Featuring the Symphony Chorus & Eisenhower Elementary School Choir Thursday, December 12, 2013 – 7:30pm Star Plaza Theatre Tosca—Featuring guest singers & the Symphony Chorus Friday, February 14, 2014 – 7:30pm Pre-concert lecture – 6:15pm The Auditorium at Bethel Church, Crown Point Dueling Pianos—Featuring Marta Aznavoorian & Winston Choi, piano Friday, March 14, 2014 – 7: 30pm Pre-concert lecture – 6:15pm The Auditorium at Bethel Church, Crown Point POULENC Concerto for Two Pianos SAINT-SAENS The Carnival of the Animals BRAHAMS Symphony No. 4 Plus St. Patrick’s Day Surprises! Mahler 1—Featuring Corey Cerovsek, violin Friday, May 2, 2014 – 7:30pm Pre-concert lecture – 6:15pm The Auditorium at Bethel Church, Crown Point BARBER Violin Concerto MAHLER Symphony No. 1—Titan


ISBN: 978-0-9669917-6-5 (Hardcover, 355 pp.) • Available at Amazon.com Published by Success Press (219) 923-9011 • www.simpleselling.net Call to reserve your DISCOUNTED autographed copy of Thomas Ray Crowel’s newest release, “Cry Uncle, Sumbody”


the

e s U o h steak e] [ o n e b it e at a ti m

® r a t s ic t s at maje

Just Steps from the Action!

U s Da sp h e re fe at u ri n g o m at l a su ca a Fin e d in in g in Fre sh s e afo o d t n le u cc su f, e e B c e rt if ie d an g u s s. e ca d e nt D e ss e rt se le ct io n s a n d d

Want more? You got it! THE NEWEST SLOTS E GAMES YOUR FAVORITE TABL

MENT WEEKEND ENTERTAIN ™ PLAYERS KEY REWARDS FOR

ticstarcasino.com • 888-225 -8259 • majes IN ry, Ga • ve Dri r rbo Ha North to Exit 6A One Buffington Exit 10, Cline Avenue to st Ea 0 I-9 e tak , go From Chica enue North to Exit 6A East to Exit 5, Cline Av -94 0/I I-8 e tak , rbs bu From the South Su jestic Star Casino, LLC. ITH-IT. ©2012 The Ma blem? Call 1-800-9-W Must be 21. Gambling Pro


a senior

summer art classes *

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

JUNE 10 - AUGUST 22, 2013 Classes are 10 weeks unless otherwise noted. Early registration ends May 23rd— save 10% on most 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 its headquarters in Munster’s Center for Visual and Performing Arts––including drawing, painting, pottery, calligraphy, cartooning and photography––South Shore Arts maintains two branch locations. Substation No. 9 in downtown Hammond offers classes in drawing, airbrushing, painting, Photoshop, Illustrator, and a senior art workshop. South Shore Arts’ Crown Point location just north of the historic courthouse square offers drawing, painting, pottery, a senior art workshop, and Intro to Manga, among others. A variety of children’s workshops and one week camps are offered in Munster and Crown Point.


at a glance

Class details and refund policy: www.SouthShoreArtsOnline.org

MUNSTER

AGE GROUP

TIME

ages ages ages ages ages

birth–5 9–15 16–adult 16–adult 16–adult

10:00 1:00 6:00 6:00 6:30

10:45 2:30 7:30 9:00 9:30

am pm pm pm pm

June June June June June

10 10 10 10 10

– – – – –

Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug.

ages ages ages ages ages ages ages ages ages ages

12–adult 12–adult 5–9 6–8 16–adult 6–10 16–adult 9–adult 16–adult 12–adult

9:00 – 10:00 10:00 – 11:00 11:15 – 12:45 1:00 – 2:00 1:00 – 4:00 2:00 – 3:30 3:30 – 5:30 5:00 – 6:30 6:30 – 8:30 6:30 – 8:30

am am pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm

June June June June June June June June June June

11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

– – – – – – – – – –

Aug. 13 Aug. 13 July 23 Aug. 13 Aug. 13 Aug. 13 Aug. 13 Aug. 13 Aug. 13 July 16

ages ages ages ages ages ages ages ages ages

12–adult 5–6 5–6 16–adult 16–adult 16–adult 16–adult 16–adult 16–adult

9:30 10:15 10:15 11:30 1:30 6:00 6:30 6:30 6:30

– – – – – – – – –

am am am pm pm pm pm pm pm

ages ages ages ages ages ages ages ages

2–3 2–3 3–4 3–4 6–8 8–10 11–15 16–adult

9:30 9:30 10:45 10:45 1:00 2:00 3:00 6:30

ages 16–adult ages ages ages ages ages ages ages ages

MONDAYS Music Together in Munster (no discounts) Children’s Intro to Painting Book Arts Adult Pottery Intermed. B/W Photography w/Dark Room TUESDAYS Fantasy Drawing Exploring Japanese Art Whoville Creations Basic Drawing for Kids Step 1 (no class July 23) Watercolor Painting Art Studio (no class July 23) Colored Pencil Introduction to Cartooning Beginning Drawing for Adults Calligraphy WEDNESDAYS Intro to Manga Creative Fingers Creative Fingers Intermediate/Advanced Drawing for Adults Beginning Drawing for Adults Oil Painting Drawing & Painting Portraits 35mm Photo Techniques Intro B/W Photography w/Dark Room THURSDAYS (no class July 4) Mommy & Me (with caregiver) Mommy & Me (with caregiver) Colors of the Rainbow Colors of the Rainbow Drawing For Kids Step 2 Drawing Art Studio Intermediate/Advanced Drawing for Adults FRIDAYS Intro to Digital Camera Techniques SATURDAYS Children’s Intermediate/Advanced Drawing Beginning Handbuilding Pottery Beginning Handbuilding Pottery Children’s Beginning Drawing Pottery Children’s Intermediate Drawing Introduction to Cartooning Advanced Cartooning & Superheroes SUMMER ART CAMPS (no discounts) Beyond The Brush Painting (M-F) Garden Party (M-F) Things That .......... (M-F) Dinosaur Museum (M-F) Puppet (M-F) Middle Ages (M-F) WORKSHOPS (no discounts) Bookbinding (Sat.) Book Restoration (Sat.) Chalk It Up (Wed.) Tie-Dye (Sat.) Artist Trading Card (Mon.) *add $20 lab fee **$13 additional to be paid directly to teacher ***$5 additional to be paid directly to teacher

REF NO.

PRICE

M389 M245 M404 M136 M124

$ 180 $ 115 $ 115 $ 220 $ *210

M366 M367 M405 M179 M130 M295 M334 M113a M127 M167

$ 90 $ 90 $ 80 $ 80 $ 190 $ 105 $ 140 $ 115 $ 140 $ **85

June 12 – Aug. 14 June 12 – July 10 July 17 – Aug. 14 June 12 – Aug. 14 June 12 – Aug. 14 June 12 – Aug. 14 June 12 – Aug. 14 June 12 – June 26 June 12 – Aug. 14

M353 M196a M196b M127b M127a M134 M314 M126 M122

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

– 10:30 am – 10:30 am – 11:45 am – 11:45 am – 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm – 8:30 pm

June 13 – July 18 July 25 – Aug. 22 June 13 – July 18 July 25 – Aug. 22 June 13 – Aug. 8 June 13 – Aug. 8 June 13 – Aug. 8 June 13 – Aug. 22

M104 M104a M183a M183b M179b M344 M296 M164

$ 55 $ 55 $ 55 $ 55 $ 75 $ 75 $ 95 $ 140

7:00

– 8:30 pm

June 14 – July 19

M328

$

80

9–15 9–12 5–8 9–15 11–15 9–15 9–adult 11–adult

9:15 9:15 10:45 10:50 12:15 12:30 2:15 3:45

– – – – – – – –

10:45 10:45 12:15 12:20 1:45 2:00 3:45 5:15

am am pm pm pm pm pm pm

June June June June June June June June

M112 M101b M101 M146 M119 M146a M113 M114

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

115 135 135 115 135 115 115 115

ages ages ages ages ages ages

5–9 8–15 5–9 8–15 5–9 8–15

9:00 9:00 9:00 9:00 9:00 9:00

– – – – – –

12:00 12:00 12:00 12:00 12:00 12:00

pm pm pm pm pm pm

June 10 – June 14 June 17 – June 21 July 8 – July 12 July 15 – July 19 July 22 – July 26 Aug. 5 – Aug. 9

M225a M225b M225c M225d M225e M225f

$ $ $ $ $ $

75 75 75 75 75 75

ages ages ages ages ages

15–adult 15–adult 7–12 8–12 7–11

9:30 9:30 12:30 11:00 10:00

– – – – –

3:30 1:30 1:30 12:00 11:30

pm pm pm pm am

June 15 June 29 July 31 August 3 August 5

M385 M407 M406 M333 M400

$ 60 $ ***50 $ 15 $ 12 $ 15

– – – – –

11:30 11:15 11:15 1:30 3:30 9:00 9:00 9:30 9:30

DATE

15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15

– – – – – – – –

Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug.

12 12 12 12 12

17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17

140 55 55 140 140 190 200 80 *210


CROWN POINT MONDAYS Intro to Manga Fantasy Drawing Exploring Japanese Art Calligraphy TUESDAYS Children’s Intro to Painting Pottery Adult Pottery Painting for Adults WEDNESDAYS Colors of the Rainbow Colors of the Rainbow Beginning Drawing & Painting for Kids Children’s Drawing (all levels) Beginning Handbuilding Pottery Drawing for Adults (all levels) Beginning Handbuilding Pottery THURSDAYS (no class July 4) Senior Art Workshop Senior Art Workshop FRIDAYS (no class July 5) Creative Fingers Creative Fingers 2D to 3D Creatures SATURDAYS Book Arts SUNDAYS Intro to Digital Camera Techniques SUMMER ART CAMPS (no discounts) Garden Party (M-F) Color Your Summer (M-F) Dinosaur Museum (M-F) Crazy for Collage (M-F) Playing With Prints (M-F) Middle Ages (M-F) WORKSHOPS (no discounts) Stepping Stone (Mon.) Fancy Nancy For Girls (Tue.) Zentangles (Sat.) Red, White & Blue (Fri.) Ladies Art Night - Abstract Tree Painting (Sat.) Captain America For Boys (Tue.) Bookbinding (two days - Fri.) Ladies Art Night - Mixed Media House (Sat.) Tie-Dye (Tue.) Artist Trading Card (Thur.) Bugtastic (Fri.) Batik (two days - Fri.) Ladies Art Night - Owl Mixed Media (Sat.)

HAMMOND MONDAYS Mommy & Me Book To Art (with caregiver) TUESDAYS Whoville Creations Intro to Manga Children’s Intro to Drawing & Painting Adobe Photoshop I Beginning Drawing & Painting for Kids WEDNESDAYS Advanced Manga Adobe Illustrator I THURSDAYS (no class July 4) Creative Fingers Beginning Drawing for Adults Senior Art Workshop SATURDAYS Continuing Airbrushing Beginning Airbrushing

AGE GROUP

TIME

DATE

REF NO.

PRICE

ages ages ages ages

12–adult 12–adult 12–adult 12–adult

12:30 2:30 3:30 6:30

– 2:30 – 3:30 – 4:30 – 8:30

pm pm pm pm

June June June June

10 10 10 10

– – – –

Aug. 12 Aug. 12 Aug. 12 July 15

CP312 CP323 CP324 CP353

$ 140 $ 90 $ 90 $ **85

ages ages ages ages

9–15 11–15 16–adult 16–adult

2:00 3:45 6:00 6:00

– – – –

3:30 5:45 9:00 9:00

pm pm pm pm

June June June June

11 11 11 11

– – – –

Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug.

CP138 CP111 CP112 CP117

$ $ $ $

115 175 220 190

ages ages ages ages ages ages ages

3–4 3–4 6–8 9–15 5–8 16–adult 9–12

12:30 12:30 3:00 4:00 4:00 5:30 5:30

– – – – – – –

1:30 1:30 4:00 5:30 5:30 7:00 7:00

pm pm pm pm pm pm pm

June 12 – July 10 July 17 – Aug. 14 June 12 – Aug. 14 June 12 – Aug. 14 June 12 – Aug. 14 June 12 – Aug. 14 June 12 – Aug. 14

CP183a CP183b CP308 CP164 CP139a CP219 CP139b

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

55 55 90 115 135 115 135

ages 55 and up ages 55 and up

1:00 3:00

– 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

June 13 – Aug. 22 June 13 – Aug. 22

CP133 CP133a

$ $

80 80

ages 5–6 ages 5–6 ages 9–15

1:15 1:15 2:30

– 2:15 pm – 2:15 pm – 4:00 pm

June 14 – July 12 July 19 – Aug. 9 June 14 – July 19

CP149a CP149b CP354

$ $ $

45 45 70

ages 16–adult

10:30 – 12:00 pm

June 15 – Aug. 17

CP356

$ 115

ages 16–adult

1:30

– 3:00 pm

June 16 – July 21

CP319

$

80

ages ages ages ages ages ages

8–15 5–9 8–15 5–9 5–9 8–15

9:00 9:00 9:00 9:00 9:00 9:00

– – – – – –

12:00 12:00 12:00 12:00 12:00 12:00

pm pm pm pm pm pm

June 10 – June 14 June 17 – June 21 July 8 – July 12 July 15 – July 19 Aug. 5 – Aug. 9 Aug. 12 – Aug. 16

CP333a CP333b CP333c CP333d CP333e CP333f

$ $ $ $ $ $

75 75 75 75 75 75

ages ages ages ages ages ages ages ages ages ages ages ages ages

6–12 5–9 16–adult 6–12 21 and up 5–9 15 and up 21 and up 8–12 7–11 5–9 18 and up 21 and up

4:45 12:30 4:00 4:15 7:00 10:00 6:00 7:00 10:00 10:00 10:00 2:30 7:00

– – – – – – – – – – – – –

5:45 2:00 7:00 5:45 9:00 11:30 9:00 9:00 11:00 11:30 12:00 4:30 9:00

pm pm pm pm pm am pm pm am am pm pm pm

June 10 OR July 15 June 11 June 15 June 28 June 29 July 2 July 19 and July 26 July 27 July 30 August 1 August 2 Aug. 2 and Aug. 9 August 10

CP290 CP361 CP346 CP281 CP357 CP360 CP336 CP358 CP300 CP348 CP362 CP240 CP359

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

20 15 25 25 20 15 60 20 12 15 15 50 25

13 13 13 13

AGE GROUP

TIME

DATE

REF NO.

PRICE

ages 2–4

9:00

– 10:00 am

July 8 – Aug. 12

H102

$

ages ages ages ages ages

8:45 12:00 1:15 2:00 3:00

– – – – –

June June June June June

H219 H213 H207 H129 H217

$ 80 $ 140 $ 115 $ 140 $ 90

5–9 12–adult 9–15 16–adult 6–8

10:15 2:00 2:45 4:00 4:00

am pm pm pm pm

11 11 11 11 11

– – – – –

July 23 Aug. 13 Aug. 13 Aug. 13 Aug. 13

65

ages 12–adult ages 16–adult

12:30 – 1:30 pm 1:30 – 3:30 pm

June 12 – Aug. 14 June 12 – Aug. 14

H212 H128

$ 90 $ 140

ages 5–6 ages 16–adult ages 55 and up

9:15 – 10:15 am 10:45 – 12:45 pm 1:00 – 3:00 pm

July 11 – Aug. 15 June 13 – Aug. 22 June 13 – Aug. 22

H155 H182 H121

$ 65 $ 140 $ 80

ages 14–adult ages 14–adult

9:00 – 12:00 pm 12:30 – 3:30 pm

June 15 – July 27 June 15 – July 27

H172 H109a

$ 170 $ 170

**$13 additional to be paid directly to teacher

*DISCOUNT FOR HAMMOND RESIDENTS

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.


Gift Shop

Largest retailer of South Shore Posters in the United States Purchase in the Gift Shop or at www.southshoreartsonline.org

The Gift Shop has something for everyone— South Shore Posters and specialty items from our many local vendors and artists!

Discover BENDY

Wear them separately or combine colors and styles and create your own masterpiece! A new look every time. Necklaces ($16) and Bracelets/Napkin Rings ($10) 4 Colors—Silver, Hematite, Copper, Gold 3 Styles—42" Bendy Solid, 38" Bendy w/Stone, 18" Bendy Mini w/Stone

HOURS: 10–5 Weekdays 10–4 Saturday Open until 8pm 12–4 Sunday during Theatre Events At the Center for Visual and Performing Arts 1040 Ridge Road, Munster IN 46321 All proceeds from the Gift Shop support South Shore Arts programs.

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 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

Giftshop@SouthShoreArtsOnline.org

219 / 836.7418 Sponsor $250-$499 Enjoy all of the benefits of Patron membership, plus: • 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.

Art Parties

at South Shor e Arts

A Unique Birth day Celebratio n Call 836.183 9 x103


Registration South Shore Arts Summer 2013 Class Registration Form

mail

fax

call

South Shore Arts 1040 Ridge Road Munster, IN 46321

219 / 836.1863

219 / 836.1839 ext. 103

Name

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Home Phone

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Work Phone

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Address

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

City

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

State

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Zip

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

E-mail

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Birth Date (if under 16)_________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Parent/Guardian Name___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Class Name

______________________________________

Class #_______

Start Date _____________ Fee ________________________

Class Name

______________________________________

Class #_______

Start Date _____________ Fee ________________________

Class Name

______________________________________

Class #_______

Start Date _____________ Fee ________________________

Member 10% discount _________________________

Early Registration 10% discount—South Shore Arts must receive paid registration by 5:00 pm on May 23, 2013 _________________________

Total Class Fee _________________________

Membership Status:

c Current c Non-Member

SIGN ME UP FOR MEMBERSHIP (choose level below) $45

c Individual

c Patron

$125 – $249

New Membership Fee _________________________ Additional contribution _________________________

c Sponsor

$250 – $499

c Artist

$40

c Benefactor

$500 – $999

c Student

$25

c Life Member

$1,000

c Family $65

Total Enclosed _________________________

Method of Payment: c Check

c Visa

c MC

c Discover

Account Number_____________________________________________________ Expiration Date _____________________________________________________ Name on card _____________________________________________________ Signature

_____________________________________________________

Where did you hear about us? _________________________________________

ATTENTION Hammond residents! Don’t forget your Hammond-resident half price discount on classes at Substation No. 9.

Scan this for details oQnRhCode win a free t-show to irt!


South Shore Arts 1040 Ridge Road Munster IN 46321 www.SouthShoreArtsOnline.org

Pre Sort Standard U.S. Postage

PAID Hammond, Indiana Permit #1762

summer art classes JUNE 10 - AUGUST 22, 2013 MUNSTER •  CROWN POINT •  HAMMOND

South Shore Arts Summer 2013 Convergence  
South Shore Arts Summer 2013 Convergence  

South Shore Arts Quarterly Magazine

Advertisement