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Center for Visual and Performing Arts 1040 Ridge Road, Munster, Indiana 46321 219 / 836.1839 phone 219 / 836.1863 fax Gallery / Gift Shop Mon–Fri 10–5 Sat 10–4 Sun 12–4

Office Mon–Fri 8:30–5

435 Fayette Street, Hammond, Indiana 46320 219 / 933.0200 phone 219 / 933.8228 fax Mon–Fri 10–3

Crown Point Branch 138 South Main Street, Crown Point, Indiana 46307 219 / 663.0200 phone 219 / 663.0211 fax Wed–Sat 10–2

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

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OUR VISION Together with our partners, we define and promote the artistic identity of the South Shore. OUR MISSION Together with our partners, we create and strengthen connections between the socially and culturally diverse communities along the South Shore through youth outreach, quality arts instruction, local, national and international exhibitions and regional arts services.

South Shore Arts Board of Directors

President Marcia Glaros VP Administration Cherie Rippey VP Development Lisa Tatina VP Education David Schneider VP Exhibitions Jenny Yalowitz VP Governance Connie Skozen VP Regional Services Karen Maravilla VP Symphony Michael Luongo, M.D. Secretary Joyce Davis Treasurer Rick Svetanoff Immediate Past President Liz Valavanis Andrew Arnold Bruce Bergland, Ph.D. Ann Bochnowski Robbie Brundige Tom Cera Pat Colander Denise Dillard Mary Kay Gaboyan

Gus Galante, M.D. Sandi Kozlowski Martin Martinez Heather McCarthy Chris Morrow Tim Murakami Cynthia Powers Bruce Quint Alex Gardner Riddle Cheryl Smith Michele Spann, R.N. Nancy Trimboli, D.C. Seda Turan-Yahne Cindy Weber James Wetzstein, M.Div. Legacy Board Members

Suzanne Cooley Jack Dietrich 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 Susan Anderson, 219 /836-0525, ext. 202 Director of Education Linda Eyermann, ext. 101 Education Coordinator Kimberly McKinley, ext. 103 Gallery Manager Mary McClelland, ext. 108 Special Projects Director Donna Catalano, ext. 104 Grant Writer Leane Cerven 219/836.0525, ext. 201 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 Manager Leona Jurincie, 219 / 933.0200

ART INSTRUCTORS 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 Youth Outreach Program. South Shore Arts also is seeking pre-school art instructors. Pre-school applicants need not submit portfolio or slides of artwork. An application form is available online in PDF format at or by calling 219 /836.1839, ext. 103. 3

art that makes cents Our goal is $100,000! Right now, your taxdeductible donation to the everykid program will be DOUBLED. $10 is $20, $25 is $50, and $50 is $100! South Shore Arts has a generous donor who, for a short time, will match any gift that you make to the everykid program. We need your support to grow this program especially in these tough economic times. Last year we served over 17,000 kids in our everykid programs. Donate on-line today at or send a check to South Shore Arts everykid program and mail to South Shore Arts, 1040 Ridge Road, Munster, IN 46321.


Making Memories in Hammond

South Shore Arts proudly announces that we once again have a matching fund campaign to increase and enhance our everykid program! Every dollar you donate will be matched by an anonymous donor. Thanks to individuals and businesses who contributed to a similar campaign last year, South Shore Arts raised $72,309, all of which was matched by our donor! This funding allowed South Shore Arts to reach nearly 17,000 children and their families and expand several of our most successful programs, even in these times of financial insecurity. This year our donor has increased the challenge and will match up to $100,000 of money contributed by you! Arts education has been proven to be critical in a child’s learning and development. First Lady Michelle Obama recognizes the need. “My husband and I believe strongly that arts education is essential for building innovative thinkers who will be our nation’s leaders for tomorrow,” she says. “It’s our hope that we can all work together to expose, enrich, and empower Americans of all ages through the arts.” The South Shore Arts everykid program is an extensive series of on-going arts education partnerships with schools, social service agencies and parks and recreation departments throughout Lake and Porter counties and south suburban Chicago. Thanks to the on-going support of our anonymous donor, the Legacy Foundation and Porter County Community Foundation—along with a host of individual and corporate donors—South Shore Arts and its partners can offer these programs to participants at no cost. The Polar Express program, for instance, based on Chris Van Allsburg’s beautifully illustrated children’s book, brings children’s literature to life. Using shapes to construct a polar landscape and train, students follow step-by-step instructions to complete an art project. The project meets Indiana Standards in Visual Arts, Language Arts and Math. A copy of the book, provided to each classroom, allows teachers to reinforce the connections made between artmaking and reading. Polar Express originated as a collaboration between South Shore Arts and the School City of Hammond in 2003 and has since served over 8,000 pajama-clad students at Substation No. 9. Last year, the program was expanded to East Chicago, where it was conducted in school classrooms. This year, with additional match money, another 5,000 students will experience Polar Express in Portage, Gary,

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Girl Scout Art Day Camp at the Center for Visual and Performing Arts Merrillville and Lake Station, in addition to Hammond and East Chicago! Making Memoriesâ&#x20AC;&#x201C;A Family Enrichment Program, the first region-wide collaborative among multiple arts organizations in local libraries, also continues to grow with expansion into more communities. Making Memories brings families together through reading and the arts: bookmaking, writing, music, poetry, visual art and drama. Other arts organizations participating in the program are Books, Brushes and Bands for Education, Hammond; the South Shore Chamber Orchestra, Valparaiso; and the Towle Theater, Hammond. The program is designed for families with students in grades two through six. Feedback from the participants indicates that they value the quality time spent together, and are deeply impacted by the experience as they increase their appreciation for the arts. Each program location hosts ten families who participate at no cost, and each session includes a meal to give participants a chance to sit down and spend time together. Five books are featured and a copy of each is given to the families to keep. If you know a family who could benefit from such an experience, contact South

Shore Arts at 219/836-1839, ext. 101. Quoting again the First Lady, â&#x20AC;&#x153;The truth is that even though many kids are living just minutes away from the centers of culture and power and prestige, many of them feel like these resources are really miles away, very far beyond their reach.â&#x20AC;? South Shore Arts is dedicated to bringing quality programming to children and families along the South Shore, enriching their lives by making the arts more accessible. Thank you for recognizing the value of the arts for our youth and for continuing to support the everykid program. To donate to the South Shore Arts everykid program, please visit our web site at or call 219/836-1839, ext. 107.


past exhibits

SALON SHOW CELEBRATES 66TH YEAR South Shore Arts celebrated the 66th anniversary of the Salon Show, September 13 through November 1, 2009. Exhibit jurors Patty Carroll and Tony Jones awarded $10,000 in prizes, thanks to the generosity of many longtime and several new donors. The exhibit was sponsored by Christenson Chevrolet and Geminus Prevention Services with additional support from the following South Shore Arts board members: Drs. Becca & Gus Galante Maureen & Dr. Michael Luongo Dede & Chris Morrow Donna & Bruce Quint Connie Skozen Diane & David Schneider Joanne & Rick Svetanoff Dr. Nancy Trimboli Jenny Yalowitz & Dr. Bruce Yalowitz

Salon Show juror Patty Carroll with Scott Anderson, winner of the Helen V. Surovek Award for Condi Bomb

South Shore Arts board member Alex Gardner Riddle with Bonnie Zimmer, winner of the Wanda L. and Richard W. Gardner Memorial Award for Celebrating Place: Winter Harvest Mandala

South Shore Arts board member Sandi Kozlowski with Kay Westhues, winner of the Past Presidentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Award for James Cappisâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Front Door, Knox Indiana

South Shore Arts board member Robbie Brundige with Merit Award winner Larry D. Mickow, Jr.


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South Shore Arts board member and Salon Show sponsor Heather McCarthy, right, with Taryn Lotak, winner of the Renee Denmark Memorial Award for Amadi

Artist Judith Mayer with Merit Award winner Javier Chavira South Shore Arts board member Dr. Nancy Trimboli with Karen Appleton, winner of the Ernestine â&#x20AC;&#x153;Dollyâ&#x20AC;? M. Wisnewski Memorial Award for Fireworks

South Shore Arts board member Dr. Michael Luongo with Merit Award winner Alicia D. Garletts

South Shore Arts board member Liz Valavanis, left, and Salon Show sponsor Milford Christianson with Gosia Podosek, winner of the Award of Distinction for Fog on Kinabatangan I


upcoming exhibits

CURRENT EXHIBITS CENTER FOR VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS The Elvis Tribute Show: A Diamond Jubilee Continuing through February 7, 2010 FREE Family Day: Sunday, December 6, 2009, 1–4pm Elvis Birthday Bash: Saturday, January 16, 2010, 6–9pm

Copyright, CBS Photo Archive, from the exhibition: Elvis: Grace and Grit organized by ArtVision Exhibitions, LLC.

Outstanding Midwest Artist Series Some Assembly Required: A Margaret Wharton Retrospective February 14 – April 25, 2010 Opening Reception: Sunday, February 14, 2010, 1–3pm

Patty Carroll, Elvis Grid #2 from Living the Life: The World of Elvis Tribute Artists

ATRIUM GALLERY Comic Book Relationships: Works by Bill Moll January 8 – February 21, 2010 20 Years of Enriching the Community Through the Arts: A Pictorial History of the Center for Visual and Performing Arts February 26 – April 11, 2010

Margaret Wharton, Spring Training, baseball bat, mixed media Bill Moll, Captain Midnight No. 3, Oil & acrylic on canvas

CROWN POINT BRANCH Rustic Glam: Paintings by Brenda Spitz Continuing – January 9, 2010 St. Mary’s Art From the Heart January 22 – February 6, 2010 Fine Lines & Detailed Designs: Works by Carolyn J. Piske February 12 – March 27, 2010 4th Friday Arts: March 26, 2010, 6–9pm

Fred Semmler, The Center for Visual and Performing Arts, South Shore poster

Brenda Spitz, Gracie, Acrylic on canvas

Sofia Ruiz, 2009 Art from the Heart. Grade 1, St. Mary’s School, Crown Point

SUBSTATION NO. 9 No Such Thing As Nothing: Sculptures by Eric Tucker January 29 – March 12, 2010 Artist Reception: Friday, February, 26, 6–8pm

Eric Tucker, Untitled, wood

The Third Element: Watercolors by Caroline Keem March 19 – April 30, 2010

Caroline Keem, She Eats A Rainbow Everyday, watercolor Carolyn J. Piske, Untitled, Pen & Ink


figure drawing is now in session at South Shore Arts Munster and Crown Point locations!


(%,0 9/52 "53).%33 AND YOUR BOTTOM LINE

An innovative approach brings this important learning experience to students of all levels of expertise at an affordable cost. In Munster: tuition of $150 for ten weekly 2 1/2 hours sessions includes materials, model and instruction by Michael Chelich.


In Crown Point: a per session cost of $15 which includes a model and studio space for a 2 1/2 hour session. The cost decreases as enrollment increases. Artists work independently and no instruction or supplies are provided. Easels, drawing boards, tables and chairs are available for use. Kevin Hanusin is the group coordinator.

Aaron Pinkus, Agent 1954 N Main Street Crown Point, IN 46307 Bus: 219-663-9000

Mondays from 7:00-9:30 p.m. in Munster at The Center for Visual and Performing Arts To Register Call: 219-933-7099 Second and Fourth Tuesdays from 7:00-9:30 p.m. in Crown Point at South Shore Arts Crown Point location To Register Call: 219-836-1839 ext. 103



Tricia Hernandez stepping into the shoes of Music Director Kirk Muspratt

Jerry & JoAnn Chandler

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Cindy & Gary Ault (center) with friends Michael Irving and Carol Ives Davis

WANISS members with friend Tom Spencer; standing, Lois Mitchell, Carolyn Ropa, Barbara Kuzman, Kay Depel, Tresa Radermacher; seated, Sarah Boyajian, Pauline Burelli, Maryanne Battistini and Heidi Morgan

Karen Maravilla and Ray Garcia

Opening Concert Gala Receives Rave Reviews!




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Vicky & Dan Klein, Kim Larsen, and Melissa Neff

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Soprano Emily Hindrichs, Renee Giragos, Jeanette & Dr. Henry Giragos, soprano Angela Mannino and Music Director Kirk Muspratt

IUN Chancellor Bruce Bergland with sopranos Angela Mannino and Emily Hindrichs

Jenny & Dr. Bruce Yalowitz with Drs. Amy & Dennis Han

The Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra launched its 69th season with “DIVAS,” a combined opening concert and gala, at The Venue at Horseshoe Casino, on Friday, September 25, 2009. The concert featured the full orchestra, sopranos Emily Hindrichs and Angela Mannino, both alumni of the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University, and the 120 volunteer members of the Northwest Indiana Symphony Chorus. There were beautiful arias by Puccini, rousing choruses by Verdi and a triumphant finish to the concert with Modeste Moussorgsky’s “Pictures at an Exhibition.” Randy Newman’s “When She Loved Me,” Leonard Bernstein’s “Glitter and Be Gay,” and Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “You’ll Never Walk Alone” were among the evening’s other showstoppers. Indiana University Northwest, celebrating its 50-year anniversary, was the concert’s Presenting Sponsor. Chancellor Bruce Bergland was recognized for his dedication to the arts in Northwest Indiana. Chairing the Gala Committee were Sue and Andy Arnold, and the Women’s Association of the Northwest Indiana Symphony Society (WANISS) was honored for its dedication and support of the Symphony, for which it has raised more than $750,000 over the last 47 years! The gala benefited the music and education programs of the Symphony, including the Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra, Youth Orchestra and Symphony Chorus, raising $60,000! Symphony education programs serve approximately 12,000 children and youth each year.

Joyce Smith and Ruth Duncanson

Once again, the chefs and staff at the Horseshoe Casino provided exquisite service and delicious food. Eating, drinking and socializing lasted for the first two hours of the evening, before guests took their seats at their gala tables to enjoy the concert. As is now tradition, John Cain, Executive Director of the Symphony and South Shore Arts, led a champagne toast hosted by Sue and Andy Arnold, heralding the start of the new season, as well as the evening’s concert. A chance to become a Guest Conductor during the 2010 Summer Music Festival complete with a lesson by Maestro Kirk Muspratt was auctioned at intermission. Watch for aspiring conductors Amy & Dennis Han, Gayle and Dennis Flynn, and Mary & Dave Ryan at one of next summer’s concerts. First prize raffle winners won a private dinner for eight donated by Gamba Ristorante, with entertainment by a Symphony quartet donated by the WANISS. Horseshoe Casino donated a VIP Package for four at The Venue, Albert’s Diamond Jewelers provided a beautiful pair of David Yurman blue topaz, 14k gold and sterling silver earrings, and WANISS gave away a fabulous 22-CD music collection that was coupled with wine and gifts from El Taco Real and It’s Just Serendipity. Special thanks to the committee, board and staff for a job well done. Mark your calendars for next year’s Opening Concert Gala of the Northwest Indiana Symphony at The Venue at Horseshoe Casino, on Friday September 24, 2010! 11

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Opening Concert Gala Table Sponsors: Presenting: Indiana University Northwest Bravo ($10,000) Horseshoe Casino Encore ($5,000) Crown Corr, Inc. Dede & Chris Morrow Post-Tribune Crescendo ($2,500) Cindy & Gary Ault Community Healthcare System El Taco Real & Friends Geminus Prevention Services Gail & Bob Migliorini Precision Control Systems, Inc. Svetanoff & Associates Allegro ($1,750) ArcelorMittal John Cain Krieg DeVault LLP Maureen & Michael Luongo, M.D. McMahon & Associates CPA’s Mechanical Concepts Fred D. Rendina

Mark Your Calendar for these Upcoming Symphony Events Northwest Indiana Youth Orchestra Winter Concert Sunday, December 6, 2009, 3pm Munster High School Holiday Pops Thursday, December 10, 2009 7:30pm Star Plaza Theatre Romantic Rhythms Saturday, February 13, 2010 7:30pm Highland High School War & Peace Saturday, March 20, 2010 7:30pm Highland High School Northwest Indiana Youth Orchestra Spring Concert Sunday, May 16, 2010 3pm Munster High School A Cole Porter Celebration! Thursday, May 20, 2010 7:30pm Star Plaza Theatre For tickets or to sign up for our e-mail news and special offers visit or call the Box Office at 219/836.0525, ext. 200.

Free Tickets Available to Symphony Concerts for Lake County High School Students

constituents, and to develop younger audiences for the Symphony’s concerts.

Thanks to a grant from the Legacy Foundation, Lake County’s Community Foundation, the Northwest Indiana Symphony is now able to offer free tickets to Lake County high school students to attend the two remaining 2009-2010 season classical concerts, scheduled for Saturday, February 13, and Saturday March 20, at Highland High School, as well as the Cole Porter tribute concert scheduled for Thursday, May 20, at the Star Plaza Theatre.

Tickets are available for students and their teachers or chaperones. The Symphony can accommodate groups. If students want to attend on an individual basis, they can pick up tickets in advance by coming to the Symphony office between 9-5pm weekdays, or they can come to the theatre box office on the day of the concert at least 30 minutes before the start of the concert. Tickets will be issued to them and one adult chaperone. Students are required to show a valid high school ID.

The grant will enable the Symphony to provide a positive social networking experience for high school music students, to assist schools in satisfying Indiana State Standards for music education, to make the Symphony’s concerts more accessible to its younger

Contact the Symphony box office at 219/836.0525, ext. 200, or education coordinator Leane Cerven at extension 201 for information or to get tickets.


Make a Difference in the Lives that Follow: Keep Art and Music Alive in Perpetuity More than sixty percent of people contribute to non-profit organizations during their lifetimes, while less than ten percent continue that contribution in perpetuity through a planned gift. Making a lasting contribution to charitable organizations like South Shore Arts and the Northwest Indiana Symphony isn’t just for the wealthy. Every day, people from all walks of life leave charitable gifts in their wills. In doing so, they make a tremendous difference in the world they leave behind. All it takes is a legal will and the good will or simple codicil to your will to make important charitable work live on forever. Top Ten Things You Can Do to Keep Art and Music Alive in Perpetuity 1 Prepare a will. Fully 50% of Americans die without a will. Without one, you lose control of the assets you worked a lifetime to acquire. 2 Leave gifts in your will for charitable organizations like South Shore Arts and the Northwest Indiana Symphony that have made a difference in your life. Fewer than 10% of households in the United States actually make a charitable bequest. Imagine the positive impact in our community if everyone made even a modest donation to a favorite nonprofit organization. 3 Leave a specific dollar amount or a percentage of your estate to South Shore Arts or the Northwest Indiana Symphony. The provision can be part of a new will or added to your existing will as a codicil. 4 “Endow” your annual gift by making a bequest equal to 20 times that amount. 5 Name South Shore Arts or the Northwest Indiana Symphony as the beneficiary of your IRA or pension plan. 6 Name South Shore Arts or the Northwest Indiana Symphony as the beneficiary of a new or existing life insurance policy. 7 Make a gift of a new or existing life insurance policy to South Shore Arts or the Northwest Indiana Symphony. 8 Remember deceased loved ones with memorial gifts to South Shore Arts or the Northwest Indiana Symphony. 9 Encourage family members and friends to leave gifts to South Shore Arts or the Northwest Indiana Symphony in their wills. 10 Ask your financial advisor to include charitable giving as part of his/her counsel to other clients. 14

To receive further information on making a planned gift to South Shore Arts or the Northwest Indiana Symphony, please call John Cain, Executive Director, at 219/836.1839, ext. 102.


Workshops to be Held for Arts Organization and Art Project Funding Three grant workshops will be held in January for Indiana nonprofit organizations seeking funding for operating support and projects to be conducted between July 1, 2010, and June 30, 2011. Funding is available to arts organizations and non-arts organizations providing arts programming and projects in Lake, Porter and LaPorte counties. Workshops will be held at the following locations:

Arts Organization Support I (AOS-I) applicants can apply for up to $10,000 if their operating income does not exceed $500,000. Arts Organization Support II (AOS-II) applicants can apply for up to $20,000 for arts organizations with operating income of $500,000 or greater. Arts Project Support applicants can apply for up to $5,000 for funding for an art project.

Dorothy Buell Memorial Visitor Center 1420 Munson Road, Porter, Indiana January 13, 2010, at 12pm

Grant guidelines will be downloadable from the South Shore Arts Web site: after the first of the year. Completed proposals are due in the South Shore Arts office in Munster no later than 5pm, April 1, 2010. For additional information, please call Special Projects Director Donna Catalano at 219/836-1839, ext. 104, or e-mail

Lubeznik Center for the Arts 101 W. 2nd Street, Michigan City, Indiana January 13, 2010, at 4pm South Shore Arts 1040 Ridge Road, Munster, Indiana January 14, 2010, at 3pm


The Indiana Arts Commission (IAC) recently announced that two Region 1 (Lake, LaPorte and Porter Counties) artists are among 33 throughout the state to receive career development assistance through the agency’s Individual Artist Project grants for Fiscal Year 2010. “Once again, more than 200 Hoosier artists competed for just over $65,600 available in grant funds,” said IAC Executive Director Lewis C. Ricci. “There are more than 19,000 Hoosiers who consider the arts as their primary career. These artists are but a sampling of the great creative talent working and contributing to the creative industry in Indiana.” Earlier this year volunteer citizen peer panels, convened by the IAC, reviewed more than 200 project proposals. The Individual Artist Program grants were approved June 12, 2009, during the Commission’s quarterly business meeting in Spencer County, Indiana. The following artists from Region 1 were approved by the Commission. Funded artists were eligible to receive grants of up to $2,000. Visual artist Janet Bloch from Chesterton was awarded a grant to make her competitive in preparing public art proposals by funding professional photography of her paintings, purchasing Photoshop and taking computer classes in state-of-the-art software. Visual artist Shari Pettis from Gary Shari Pettis, Service, Abundance, Convenience, Oil on canvas was awarded a grant to subsidize studio rental within a public building designed for learning and working in multiple artistic disciplines. The project will give her cross-promotional opportunities, the chance to reach new audiences, and ample light and space to create her best work. On behalf of the people of Indiana, the Indiana Arts Commission advocates engagement with the arts to enrich the quality of individual and community life.

Janet Bloch, Wish You Were Here, Acrylic and Latex on panel



Two Regional Artists Among 33 to Receive Grants from Arts Commission

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

JANUARY 9 - MARCH 6, 2010 Early registration ends December 23rd—save 10% on most classes!

Classes are 8 weeks unless otherwise noted. 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 2 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, photography, pottery, cartooning, looming, watercolor––South Shore Arts maintains two branch locations. Substation No. 9 in downtown Hammond specializes in classes in airbrushing and computer graphics, as well as painting and drawing. South Shore Arts’ Crown Point location on the historic courthouse square offers pottery, painting, drawing, knitting and a senior art workshop, among others.

Visit our website for class details and refund policy.

Visit our website for class details and refund policy.

At a glance MUNSTER MONDAYS Creative Fingers Creative Fingers Children’s Intro to Painting Learning to Loom Adult Pottery Origami Made Easy Intermediate B/W Photography with Dark Room TUESDAYS Mommy & Me Mommy & Me Colors of the Rainbow Colors of the Rainbow Watercolor Painting Basic Drawing for Kids (Step 1) Introduction to Cartooning Art Studio Intro to Beginning Drawing Rendering in Colored Pencil WEDNESDAYS Intro to Beginning Drawing Open Painting Studio Paper Flower Making Drawing and Painting Portraits Open Painting Studio THURSDAYS Drawing For Kids (Step 2) Drawing Art Studio Intermediate / Advanced Drawing 35mm Photo Techniques Intro B/W Photography with Dark Room SATURDAYS Children’s Intermediate/Advanced Drawing Beginning Handbuilding Pottery B/W Photography with Dark Room Beginning Handbuilding Pottery Intro to Children’s Beginning Drawing Pottery Intro to Children’s Beginning Drawing Intro to Digital Camera Techniques Introduction to Cartooning Advanced Cartooning & Superheros WORKSHOPS (no discounts) Cartooning Workshop (Saturday) Guatemalan Worry Doll Workshop (Thursday) Polymer Clay Switch Plate Workshop (Saturday) Tie-Dye Workshop (Saturday) Two-Day Adinkra Pillow Workshop (Wed/Thur)







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Jan. 13–Feb. 3 Feb. 10–March 3 Jan. 13–March 3 Jan. 13–March 3 Jan. 13–March 3 Jan. 13–March 3

CP183a CP183b CP139a CP164 CP139b CP138

$ $ $ $ $ $

50 50 120 105 120 105

ages ages ages ages ages ages

55 and up 11–15 6–8 6–8 16–adult 16–adult

1:00 4:30 5:00 6:00 7:00 7:30

– – – – – –

3:00 6:30 6:00 7:00 10:00 9:30

pm pm pm pm pm pm

Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.

4 4 4 4 4 4

CP133 CP111 CP271 CP272 CP112 CP219

$ $ $ $ $ $

77 154 80 80 194 123

14–March 14–March 14–March 14–March 14–March 14–March

ages 6–12 ages 6–12

10:00 – 10:00 –

11:00 am 11:00 am

Jan. 16–Feb. 6 Feb. 13–March 6

CP262 CP262

$ $

38 38

ages 16–adult




Jan. 17–Feb. 21




ages ages ages ages

11:30 12:00 5:00 12:00

– – – –

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

pm pm pm pm

January 30 February 7 February 15 February 27

CP307 CP212 CP306 CP300

$ $ $ $

22 13 13 11

ages 55 and up ages 9–15

1:00 4:00

– –

3:00 5:30

pm pm

Jan. 11–March 1 Jan. 11–March 1

H121 H141

$ $

70 95

ages ages ages ages ages ages

2–3 2–3 5–6 5–6 6–9 13 and up

3:00 3:00 4:15 4:15 5:30 7:00

– – – – – –

4:00 4:00 5:15 5:15 7:00 8:30

pm pm pm pm pm pm

Jan. 12–Feb. 2 Feb. 9–March 2 Jan. 12–Feb. 2 Feb. 9–March 2 Jan. 12–March 2 Jan. 12–March 2

H102a H102b H155 H155a H179 H181

$ $ $ $ $ $

45 45 45 45 95 95

ages ages ages ages ages ages ages ages ages ages

2–3 2–3 3–4 3–4 6–8 9–15 6–8 16–adult 9–12 16–adult

10:45 10:45 1:45 1:45 4:30 5:15 5:30 5:30 6:30 7:00

– – – – – – – – – –

11:45 11:45 2:45 2:45 5:30 6:45 6:30 7:00 8:00 8:30

am am pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm

Jan. 13–Feb. 3 Feb. 10–March 3 Jan. 13–Feb. 3 Feb. 10–March 3 Jan. 13–March 3 Jan. 13–March 3 Jan. 13–March 3 Jan. 13–March 3 Jan. 13–March 3 Jan. 13–March 3

H102c H102d H159 H159a H108 H173 H167 H129 H180 H176

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

45 45 45 45 75 95 75 95 95 95

ages 16–adult ages 10–adult ages 16–adult

1:00 6:00 6:00

– – –

3:00 8:00 8:00

pm pm pm

Jan. 14–March 4 Jan. 14–March 4 Jan. 14–March 4

H182 H196 H128

$ $ $

115 115 115

ages 14–adult ages 14–adult

9:00 – 12:30 –

12:00 pm 3:30 pm

Jan. 16–Feb. 27 Jan. 16–Feb. 27

H109a H172

$ $

170 170

ages 8–12 ages 8–12

5:45 5:00

6:45 6:00

February 1 February 19

H197 H198

$ $

10 12

14–adult 5–12 8–12 9–12

HAMMOND MONDAYS Senior Art Workshop Intro to Children’s Beginning Drawing TUESDAYS Mommy & Me Mommy & Me Creative Fingers Creative Fingers Art Studio Art Studio for Teens WEDNESDAYS Mommy & Me Mommy & Me Colors of the Rainbow Colors of the Rainbow Basic Drawing for Kids (Step 1) Children’s Intro to Painting Drawing for Kids (Step 2) Adobe Photoshop I Art Studio Adobe Photoshop II THURSDAY Intro to Beginning Drawing Origami Made Easy Adobe Illustrator CS2 Introduction SATURDAYS Beginning Airbrushing Continuing Airbrushing WORKSHOPS (no discounts) Tie-Dye Workshop (Monday) Guatemalan Worry Doll Workshop (Friday)


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

Gift Shop

Elvis has entered the building and he can go home with you! Buy your life size cardboard Elvis for $40 from the South Shore Arts Gift Shop. He’ll be waiting for you! Some of the many other Elvis items also available include: CDs, mugs, wine glasses, keychains, notecards, magnets, post-its, clocks, frames, playing cards, umbrellas, wallets, wristlets, totes, purses and guitar ornaments.

South Shore Arts Gift Shop At the Center for Visual and Performing Arts 1040 Ridge Road Munster IN 46321

HOURS: 10–5 Weekdays 10–4 Saturday 12–4 Sunday

Open until 8pm during Theatre Events

All proceeds from the Gift Shop go to support South Shore Arts programs.

219 / 836.7418


FREE Art Appreciation Program Do you want to learn more about art and artists? 2009/10 Theme—“Renaissance & Baroque Art”

At the Center for Visual & Performing Arts in Munster Every second and fourth Monday of the month September 14, 2009 – May 10, 2010 (no meeting December 28) 10:00 am–12:00 pm Center for Visual & Performing Arts 1040 Ridge Road, Munster, IN 46321 219 / 836.1839

Art Parties

at South Shore Arts

Birthday Art Parties offered by South Shore Arts are a creative alternative to children’s celebrations. • For 8 – 12 children, aged 3 – 8 • Choose from a wide array of art projects • Supplies and Instruction provided


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 26

Call 836-1839 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.





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South Shore Arts Convergence Winter 2010  

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South Shore Arts Convergence Winter 2010  

Quarterly Regional Arts Magazine for South Shore Arts