convergence SOUTH SHORE ARTS MAGAZINE WINTER 2017
The Lady Is Not for Burning
MOTOWN VS. CHI-TOWN THE INDIANA CONNECTION A Chicago Blues Museum Exhibit
The exhibit is a cultural event and historical survey by the Chicago Blues Museum that traces the Chicago Music scene of the 1950s through 1970s, its ties to Detroit’s Motown Records and the company’s early beginnings in Chicago’s Bronzeville neighborhood and Gary’s Vee-Jay Records.
Rare photographic images focusing on homegrown Chicago musicians, entertainers and performers are featured as well as music, movie footage, artifacts and memorabilia.
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November 13–January 29, 2017 Admission Fee: Adults $2/Students Free
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President William Lowe, Ph.D. President Elect Karen Raab VP Administration Danette Garza VP Development Karen Lauerman VP Education David Schneider VP Exhibitions Sandi Kozlowski Jenny Yalowitz VP Governance Jeremy Willett VP Marketing Judith Mayer VP Regional Services Irene Smith-King VP Symphony Michael Luongo, M.D. Melissa Neff Secretary Carly Brandenburg Treasurer Tim Anderson Immediate Past President David Mika Andy Arnold Pat Colander Denise Dillard Gus Galante
Marcia Glaros Doyin Gomih Carol Green-Fraley Susan Griffin Corey Hecht Tom Keilman Amy Koufos Julia Kwait Heather Levin Karen Maravilla Heather McCarthy Kathy O’Donnell Viraj Patel Cherie Rippey Pamela Seaman, DO Connie Skozen Liz Valavanis Legacy Board Members
Suzanne Cooley Jack Dietrich Alex Gardner Riddle Eleanor Mirich Louie Ortiz Rita Ray Judy Surovek Legacy Directors are individuals who have served on the Board of Directors for at least ten years and who have made significant contributions to the success of South Shore Arts. Individuals are elected to the position of Legacy Director in recognition of their long and valuable service to South Shore Arts.
South Shore Arts Staff
Executive Director John Cain, ext. 102 Director of Marketing and Development Tricia Hernandez, ext. 107 Director of Finance and Administration George Matusik, 219 / 836-0525, ext. 202 Director of Education Jillian Van Volkenburgh, ext. 101 Administrative & Education Coordinator Kelly Freeman, ext. 103 Administrative & Education Assistant Leona Jurincie, ext. 100 Gallery Manager Bridget Earnshaw, ext. 108 Special Projects Director Donna Catalano, ext. 104 Gift Shop Manager Jackie Wickland, ext. 106
ON THE COVER: Eleanor Spiess-Ferris, The Chair (detail), Gouache © 2017 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.
Outstanding Midwest Artist Series
Eleanor Spiess-Ferris: The Lady Is Not for Burning South Shore Arts is pleased to present the sixth in its Outstanding Midwest Artist Series, Eleanor Spiess-Ferris: The Lady Is Not for Burning. Trees, birds, poisonous plants, mythological symbols, the female form, and, especially, water gather to make up a symbolic stew of expressive elements in Spiess- Ferris work. The artist states, “My work reflects a deep involvement with my native New Mexico—not as much visually as spiritually. My childhood was a melting pot of surreal attitudes surrounded by such diversities as the Spanish Penitentes, early Catholic retablos, and American Indian artifacts. All were woven among family tales and myths. My ancestors were among the first Spanish settlers of Northern New Mexico. “I spent most of my time as a child in a wild apple/plum orchard that grew on our small farm. It was there that I discovered an imaginary world beyond the real. “I enjoy juxtaposing the frightening with the beautiful, the comic with the tragic, the real with the unreal.
“My adult self, my schooled self, my Chicago self have embraced such western artists as Hieronymus Bosch, James Ensor, Paul Delvaux and, certainly not least, the Mexican masters as well. These two worlds have informed my art and given voice to my vision.” In a February, 2009 exhibit catalogue essay by James Yood, the critic notes, “You can’t teach imagination, and for an artist such as Eleanor Spiess-Ferris that stunning ability to leap from here and now toward what and if is a central strength, the platform from which all else exudes. That’s the overwhelming impressions you receive in an encounter with the work of Spiess-Ferris, the shift we undergo from our world to her world, the immersion into some parallel universe when nature, animals, and humans all exist, just as we think we know them, but now functioning as integers in surprising and evocative narratives of mystery and wonder, subjected to her changeling fantasy and transformative reconsideration. From small suggestive and ambiguous playlets to larger charged and complex psychodramas, Spiess-Ferris transports us to her imaginative realm where issues of the greatest importance play themselves out, where her ruminations on all the possibilities within the human comedy find a kind of poignant pictorial voice. She’s a purveyor of vision, and leads us on a merry chase after, well, ourselves.” Spiess-Ferris has been featured in numerous solo exhibits over the past four decades, most recently at Printworks and Packer Schopf galleries in Chicago, the Hyde Park Art Center and Benedictine College. She has participated in group shows at the Illinois State Museum, Prairie State College, the Indianapolis Art Center, the Johnson Art Gallery at Carthage College, Kenosha, Wisconsin, and numerous institutions throughout the Midwest and beyond. Her work is included in the collections of the Block Museum at Northwestern University, Elmhurst College, the DePaul Art Museum and the James R. Thompson Center in Chicago, and the Illinois State Museum in Springfield. With work dating from the 1970s to the present, Eleanor Spiess-Ferris: The Lady Is Not for Burning will run February 12 through April 12, 2017, with a reception for the artist on Sunday, March 12, from 1-3pm. The exhibit is curated by John Cain. Eleanor Spiess-Ferris, Gathering Swan, Oil on canvas
Javier Chavira, winner of the Helen V. Surovek Memorial Award for For Frida, Oil over tempera on Plexiglas
at 73 South Shore Arts celebrated the 73rd anniversary of the annual Salon Show, September 11 through October 23, 2016. Exhibit juror Carrie Johnson, curator of the Rockford Art Museum, awarded $10,000 in prizes, thanks to the generosity of many longtime donors, including the Surovek Family Fund and Tracy & Marc Schwimmer.
Corey Crum, winner of the Past Presidentsâ€™ Award for his first-time Salon Show entry, After Birth Earth, Oil on canvas
The exhibit was sponsored by Christenson Chevrolet, Mary & Bruce Leep and The JoAnn & Chuck Long Endowment Fund. Community Sponsors Kay & William Depel Drs. Amy & Dennis Han Margo Powers Marcie Wheeler, McColly Real Estate South Shore Arts Board Sponsors Sherry & Tim Anderson Carol & Joseph Fraley Amy & Michael Koufos, DDS Pamela A. & William J. Lowe, Ph.D. Karen & Cornel Raab Jenny & Bruce Yalowitz, M.D.
James Deeb, winner of the Foundersâ€™ Award for The Opacity of Others, Oil on board
CURRENT EXHIBITS CENTER FOR VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS Motown vs. Chi-Town: The Indiana Connection A Chicago Blues Museum Exhibit Continues through January 29, 2017 Admission Fee: Adults $2/Students Free Outstanding Midwest Artist Series Eleanor Spiess-Ferris: The Lady Is Not for Burning Curated by John Cain February 12–April 12, 2017 Artist Reception: Sunday, March 12, 1–3pm ATRIUM GALLERY Blues Brush: Paintings by Linda Lane Haynes January 13–March 26, 2017 Artist Reception: Sunday, March 12, 1–3pm CROWN POINT BRANCH Glenn Allen: Pen and Ink Drawings January 15–March 26, 2017
Eleanor Spiess-Ferris, River, Oil on canvas
TOWLE THEATER, HAMMOND Emergence: Touching the Infinite Source of Being Photographs by Lynn Anderson January 4–March 23, 2017 Artist Reception: Friday, February 24, 6:30–8pm CAFE FRESCO, CROWN POINT Kathy Los-Rathburn: Splashes of Watercolors Through January 8, 2017 Natural Histories: Illustrations by Melissa Washburn January 15–March 26, 2017 The Dells Posing in Gangster Suits (Mercury Label); Photo provided by Chicago Blues Museum
Glenn Allen, The Deep End, Ink on paper
Melissa Washburn, Karner Blue, Mixed media on paper
Linda Lane Hayes, Blues Brush, Oil on canvas
Symphony Kicks Off 75th Anniversary Season! The Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra opened its 75th Anniversary Season on Friday, September 30, with “Celebrate 75,” an Opening Concert and Gala at the Radisson Hotel and Star Plaza Theatre. Special thanks to Melissa Neff and Dr. Michael Luongo, Co-Chairs of the Symphony’s 75th Anniversary Committee. Over 350 guests enjoyed dinner, drinks and a silent auction at the pre-concert Gala, then joined concertgoers at the theatre. The evening showcased the talents of Symphony musicians under the direction of Maestro Kirk Muspratt with a program featuring fan favorites from stage, screen and radio from throughout the Symphony’s 75-year history.
The concert opened with The Star-Spangled Banner, as did the Symphony’s very first concert at Seaman Hall in Gary on Pearl Harbor Day, December 7, 1941. Concert Master Michele Lekas wowed the crowd with The Theme from II Postino. Indiana University Northwest was once again the evening’s Presenting Sponsor. The auction and raffle were highlighted by a private wine room dinner for eight at Gamba Ristorante, “on the glass” Blackhawks seats and a $500 cash prize. Sue and Andy Arnold capped off the evening’s festivities by hosting the post-concert dessert and champagne reception for Gala attendees, orchestra members, guest artists and Maestro Muspratt. The Gala raises money every year to benefit the music and education programs of the Symphony, Youth Orchestra and Symphony Chorus. Special thanks to the entire 75th Anniversary Committee, Symphony and South Shore Arts boards, the Women’s Association and the Symphony and South Shore Arts staff for a wonderful evening and a great start to the season!
Mary Kay Stark and David Rose with Irene & Scott King
Opening Concert Gala Sponsors PRESENTING SPONSOR— $20,000 Indiana University Northwest
ENCORE SPONSORS— $5,000 American Precision Services Leane & David Cerven MonoSol The Morrow Family Foundation (For Symphony Education Programs) The TIMES Media Company CRESCENDO SPONSORS—$2,600 Community Healthcare System Dyer Construction Company, Inc. Carol & Joseph Fraley Maureen & Michael Luongo, M.D. McMahon & Associates CPAs Margo Powers Precision Control Systems Whole Foods Market Schererville
ALLEGRO SPONSORS— $1,650 Cindy & Gary Ault The Family of Patricia & Clarence Wigsmoen Dr. Henry G. Giragos Family Ivy Tech Scott King Group Melissa & Ralph Neff Peoples Bank South Lake Women’s Health PC Wintrust Commercial Banking & Wealth Services PATRONS Geri & Ken Gurtowski UNDERWRITERS Dessert & Champagne Sue & Andy Arnold Centerpieces & Signage Nancy & Allen Johnson Decorations Jill & Darrel Jones Invitations Frankie & Tim Fesko Staff Table Melissa & Ralph Neff
Postage Oak Partners Wealth Management Group Program Insert Women’s Association of the Northwest Indiana Symphony Society SILENT AUCTION & RAFFLE CONTRIBUTORS Albert’s Diamond Jewelers Anonymous Sue & Andy Arnold Mary & P. Scott Bening Fork & Cork Brumm’s Bloomin’ Barn El Taco Real Restaurant Gamba Ristorante Hilda & Benito Gamba Mrs. Henry G. & Renee Giragos Indianapolis Colts It’s Just Serendipity John Cicco’s Menswear Ann Latinovich Portrait Photographer Gail & Bob Migliorini Chris Morrow
Maestro Kirk Muspratt Northwest Indiana Symphony Belinda Potoma & Michael Fish Tresa & Ray Radermacher Sarkey’s Florist South Shore Arts Gift Shop Star Plaza Theatre T&M Equipment Company Vanis Salon & Day Spa Women’s Association of the Northwest Indiana Symphony Society Wheeler Recycling Technologies ADDITIONAL CONTRIBUTORS Doris & Bob Baker John J. & Janice R. Durante Carol Gumulauskis Tom & Cheryl Malsch Debbie & Larry Rzepczynski
Lexi & Ross Pangere with P. Scott & Mary Bening
Kirk Muspratt with Krystal Crouch
Frankie & Tim Fesko
Sue & Andy Arnold with Denise Kirkland
Toni & George Nissan
Members of the Womenâ€™s Association of the Northwest Indiana Symphony Society
A Tribute to Our Symphony Musicians! The Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra held its first concert in Gary, Indiana, on December 7, 1941. In September of that year, Arthur Zack, a cello teacher from Chicago, had relocated to Gary in order to organize an orchestra. The first concert was scheduled for 8:30pm, on the evening of what we now call Pearl Harbor Day, at Seaman Hall, a theatre that was part of City Methodist Church at Washington Street and 6th Avenue. Word of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor was received just before the concert started, and this influenced Zack to begin with The Star-Spangled Banner for an audience recovering from the day’s events. According to cellist Violet Hayes Wray, “It was the most emotional rendition of the national anthem in which I had ever taken part.” Fortunately, the concert was very successful and proved that Gary and its surrounding communities could support a civic orchestra. Jennie Gaudio (Wilkinson) was concert mistress. The program included the Corelli Christmas Concerto Grosso, a symphony by Haydn, an overture by Boieldieu, Strauss’ Emperor Waltzes and Three Dances from Smetana’s The Bartered Bride. The Symphony’s beginnings were humble—somewhat “grassroots”—with the orchestra comprised of high school students and adults from many walks of life, including a dentist, a funeral director, a printer, college professors, teachers, secretaries and homemakers. In the 1960s, they rehearsed every Tuesday evening for two hours at Indiana University Northwest.
For the past several decades, the Symphony has been graced by the talents of professional musicians who make a living by playing, not only with the Northwest Indiana Symphony, but many other orchestras and ensembles throughout the greater Chicago metropolitan area and beyond, including the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Lyric Opera, the Chicago Sinfonietta, the South Bend Symphony, the Elgin Symphony, the Lake Forest Symphony, the Southwest Michigan Symphony, and the Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra. They serve on the faculty of prestigious music programs such as Northwestern University, Valparaiso University, VanderCook College of Music, and Saint Xavier University. Over the past 75 years, our Symphony musicians have performed under the direction of many celebrated conductors, beginning, of course, with Arthur Zack, in 1941, followed by Rudolph Reiners, Irwin Fischer, Désiré Defauw (the former Music Director and Conductor of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra), Leo Krakow, Tibor Kozma, Robert Vodnoy and Maestro Kirk Muspratt. Many well-known musicians and entertainers have performed with the Orchestra, including Benny Goodman, Van Cliburn, André Watts, Gary native James McCracken, Dizzy Gillespie, Itzhak Perlman, Rudolph Nureyev, Marvin Hamlisch, Boston Pops conductor Arthur Fiedler, Rachel Barton Pine, Shirley Jones and others. As we celebrate 75 years of live symphonic musical performances in this special season, it is time to say thank you to the talented musicians who bring the music to life!
state of the arts Arts Providers Receive Public Arts Funding Through South Shore Arts In its role as Regional Arts Partner of the Indiana Arts Commission for Lake, Porter and LaPorte counties, South Shore Arts announced the FY2017 grants at the bi-monthly South Shore Arts Chamber of Commerce luncheon on October 11, 2016. Sixty-five guests attended the luncheon and grants award ceremony at Fork & Cork Restaurant in Valparaiso. A total of $203,519 in Indiana Arts Commission funding was granted for the fiscal year, July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2017. Arts Organization Support Level 1 (Applicants Requesting up to $10,000) Association of Artists & Craftsmen – $6,545 Beachfront Dance – $5,610 Books, Brushes & Bands for Education – $5,610 Community Theatre Guild – $7,480 Miller Beach Arts & Creative District – $5,645 South Shore Dance Alliance – $5,610
These APS Applicants will receive the following: Family Folklore Foundations – $4,070 NWI Excellence In Theatre Foundation – $2,544 Pine Elementary School – $2,374 Crown Point Community Theatre – $1,705 A panel comprised of Marco Salazar, Melissa Washburn, Dawn Diamantopoulos, Lee Bauman, Matt Franklin, Meg Demakas, Jeff Casey, Kari-Anne Innes, Laurel Izard and Tyrone Spann reviewed applications at the Center for Visual & Performing Arts in Munster on May 7, 2016.
South Shore Arts Announces FY2018 Funding Opportunities As the IAC Regional Arts Partner for Lake, Porter and LaPorte counties, South Shore Arts will present three grant application workshops in January for arts organization support and art project support for programs to be conducted between July 1, 2017, and June 30, 2018. Arts funding is available to nonprofit Indiana arts organizations, as well as non-arts organizations providing arts programming in Lake, Porter and LaPorte counties. Workshops will be held at the following locations:
Arts Organization Support Level II (Applicants Requesting up to $20,000) Indiana Ballet Theatre – $9,350 LaPorte County Symphony Orchestra – $9,350 Lubeznik Center for the Arts – $12,155 Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra – $17,765 Theatre at the Center – $17,765
Lubeznik Center for the Arts 101 W. 2nd Street, Michigan City, IN, January 5, 2017, 4pm
Arts Projects Support (APS Applicants to receive $4,240) African American Achievers Youth Corps, Inc. All About Art Ballet Folklorico Boys & Girls Clubs of Northwest Indiana Boys & Girls Clubs of Porter County Discovery Charter School Duneland YMCA Friends of Emerson Frontline Foundations Gary International Black Film Festival Indiana Dunes Learning Center Lakeshore Public Broadcasting Memorial Opera House Opportunity Enterprises Sociedad Cultural Y Civica South Shore Chamber Orchestra South Shore Performing Arts Taltree Arboretum Town of Munster Board of Parks & Recreation Valparaiso University Windiana
Grantee applicants have the option to apply for Arts Organization Support II (AOSII) for arts organizations with operating income over $250,000 and Arts Organization Support I (AOSI) for arts organizations with operating income from $50,000 to $249,999. Non-arts and arts organizations with income budgets below $50,000 can apply for Arts Project Support (APS). Grant applications are completed online and all applicants, whether new or returning, are encouraged to attend one of the training sessions. Completed proposals are due no later than 5pm(EST), on March 1, 2017. For additional information, please call Special Projects Director Donna Catalano at 219/836-1839, ext. 104, or e-mail Donna@SouthShoreArtsOnline.org.
South Shore Arts 1040 Ridge Road, Munster, IN, January 10, 2017, 5pm Dorothy Buell Memorial Visitor Center 1420 Munson Road, Porter, IN, January 11, 2017, 11am
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JANUARY 9–MARCH 16, 2017 Classes range from 6 to 9 weeks in length. Become a member and save 10% on applicable classes! South Shore Arts is pleased to offer quality art classes at three locations in a wide variety of disciplines and media. Classes are available for ages birth through adult. The gifted instructors at South Shore Arts are primarily working artists with degrees in their respective fields. In addition to the many classes offered at our headquarters in Munster’s Center for Visual and Performing Arts––including figure drawing, pottery, painting, cartooning, drawing, and photography––South Shore Arts also offers classes at Substation No. 9 in downtown Hammond and in downtown Crown Point.
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MONDAYS Music Together in Munster (no discounts) Watercolor Painting Pottery: Intermed./Advanced & Studio Intermed. B/W Photography & Dark Room Principles of Figure Drawing (no discounts)
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TUESDAYS Children’s Mixed Media Studio Children’s Beginning Drawing Yoga in the Gallery *NEW* Introduction to Cartooning Children’s Drawing (all levels) Intro to Drawing Intro to B/W Photography & Dark Room Intro to Pottery *NEW*
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WEDNESDAYS Drawing Studio (all levels) Open Studio Mixed Media *NEW* Intro to Manga: Japanese Comic Drawing THURSDAYS Children’s Mixed Media Art Studio *NEW* Homeschooler’s Art Studio *NEW* Children’s Mixed Media Art Studio Intermed./Adv. Drawing SATURDAYS Children’s Intermediate/Advanced Drawing Yoga in the Gallery *NEW* Beginning Handbuilding Pottery Intro to Digital Camera Techniques Beginning Handbuilding Pottery Children’s Beginning Drawing Pottery (all levels) Children’s Intermediate Drawing
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1:00 – 3:00 pm 6:00 – 9:00 pm 4:30 – 6:30 pm
Jan. 11 – Mar. 8 Jan. 11 – Mar. 8 Jan. 11 – Mar. 8
M127a M130a M353
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MONDAYS Into to Manga: Japanese Comic Drawing Drawing Studio (all levels)
ages 12–adult ages 16–adult
– 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Jan. 9 – Mar. 6 Jan. 9 – Mar. 6
$ 115 $ 115
TUESDAYS Mixed Media Painting Studio
– 9:00 pm
Jan. 10 – Mar. 7
WEDNESDAYS Children’s Mixed Media Art Studio ages 4–6 4:30 – 5:30 pm Jan. 10 – Feb. 15 CP149a $ 85 Pottery (all levels) ages 16–adult 6:00 – 9:00 pm Jan. 10 – Feb. 15 CP112 $ 210 THURSDAYS Senior Art Workshop Senior Art Workshop Children’s Beginning Drawing & Painting Beginning Handbuilding Pottery Children’s Drawing (all levels) Beginning Handbuilding Pottery
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THURSDAYS Senior Art Workshop Children’s Mixed Media Art Studio Children’s Mixed Media Art Studio Children’s Intro to Drawing & Painting SATURDAY Continuing Airbrushing Beginning Airbrushing
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H121 H155 H155a H207
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*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.
If a class is cancelled due to low enrollment, a full refund will be granted. Refunds, minus a $10 processing fee plus the cost of supplies (if applicable), for class withdrawal will be allowed only if the class enrollment is greater than the minimum number of registrants and if notification is made seven days prior to the first class. Refunds, minus a $30 processing fee plus the cost of supplies (if applicable), for class withdrawal will be allowed only if notification is made before the second class meeting and if the class enrollment is greater than the minimum number of registrants. No refunds will be made for withdrawal after the second class meeting. No refunds will be made on memberships.
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