Lubeznik Center for the Arts
101 W 2nd St Ste 100, Michigan City, IN 46360-3228
Phone: (219) 874-4900
The architecturally iconic Lubeznik Center for the Arts (LCA) stands just steps away from Michigan City's lakefront. In addition to world-class exhibitions in five galleries, the LCA is home to an outdoor art collection; a Gallery Shop offering hand crafted, artisan items; plus classes, performances and after-hours events like the Uptown Arts District's First Fridays @ 5 art walk.
From: 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Join a diverse group of local artists for a conversation of place, beauty, and community. These artists work with a variety of media, and come from different towns and backgrounds but they share something in common, their love for the Indiana Dunes.
Artists sitting on the panel include: Jean Bargeron from Ogden Dunes, Valerie Taglieri from Beverly Shores, Susan Henshaw from Union Pier, MI and Edward Maldonado from Chicago and Michigan City.
The Area Artist' Association and the Historical Society of Ogden Dunes invite you to join this conversation about the arts in the dunes This panel discussion moderated by Gregg Hertzlieb, curator of the Brauer Museum of Art at Valparaiso University, will explore questions about life in the dunes, each artist's work, and the artistic community of the region.
This program is part of the Ogden Dunes Stories Project, a series of programs and exhibits exploring and celebrating life along the lakeshore. The Ogden Dunes Stories Project is made possible by a generous grant from Indiana Humanities.