Each year, Mother’s Day is celebrated in a flurry of flowers and cards. The perfect opportunity to let mothers know how much they mean to us, the holiday passes in a warm, heartfelt haze. While cherished, it can be easy to disregard the amount of work that goes into being a mother. Why generalize motherhood when every mother is so unique?
Lubeznik Center for the Arts (LCA) announces that registration is now open for 14 exciting summer classes and camps for children and adults. All programs take place at LCA, located at 101 W. 2nd St. in Michigan City, IN. LCA members receive a 10 percent discount on all classes and camps, and scholarships are available for children under age 18.
Just like any other dance form, liturgical or praise dance is a nonverbal expression of emotions, thoughts and feelings to others, and sometimes to oneself. In the case of youth ministry praise dance troupe Sistahs N Christ, it is a language of worship where the movement of hands, feet, and the occasional head nod, are used to communicate with God.
Indiana University Northwest invites the campus and community to view works of art by 59 area high school students, on display from March 11 through 23 in the School of the Arts Gallery, located on the second floor of the Arts & Sciences Building.
This year, Porter Regional Hospital joined with local students to advocate the awareness of National Heart Month through works of art or, ‘heart-work.’ The project was inspired by the message, “Show Us Your Heart”, encouraging 3rd- 5th graders from some Porter County elementary schools to get creative in a meaningful way. Today, students from Portage Township School Corporation, Duneland School Corporation, and Valparaiso School Corporation showcased their artwork at Porter Regional Hospital.
Lubeznik Center for the Arts (LCA) invites artists to apply for its annual art festival. Currently in its 38th year, the Lubeznik Arts Festival (LAF) will take place on August 17th and 18th. This event features fine art and fine craft exhibitors alongside contemporary art galleries, food and interactive family activities.
Beginning Friday, February 1, Lubeznik Center for the Arts (LCA) proudly presents Nature vs Everything. This exhibition, which will remain on view through June 8, features nine contemporary artists who explore the perilous battle between humanity and the natural world in very different ways.
Capturing the moment can be a make or break instant in time that can determine how we remember an event. In 2017, we captured a lot of amazing and intense moments like holiday parades, sporting events, and graduations that summed up a year full of excitement and life-changing events. We are proud to be there to capture these moments and share the top ten most memorable photo galleries from this year!
Lubeznik Center for the Arts' (LCA) latest exhibition, New Perspectives, showcases amazing artworks created by student artists of LCA's Health Promotion through the Arts Program. This program, now entering its eleventh year, provides a creative space and high-quality arts instruction for adults living with cognitive disabilities. In partnership with Paladin, Inc. and
Before the Lubeznik Center for the Arts building housed collections of contemporary art, it housed a whole lot of office space.
From October 20, 2018 through January 12, 2019 Lubeznik Center for the Arts (LCA) will present its latest exhibition "Waiting for a Sign" featuring artwork from Willie Baronet (Dallas, TX), Diana Guerrero-Macia (Chicago, IL), Corey Hagelberg (Miller Beach, IN), Cheryl Pope (Chicago, IL), Kay Rosen (Miller Beach, IN), Joel Ross (Champaign, IL), Deb Sokolow (Chicago, IL), and Bernard Williams (Chicago, IL).