A HISTORICAL SPORTS EXHIBIT FROM PRIVATE COLLECTORS!

For the Love of the Game: Major League Sports in Art & Memorabilia features photos of sports heroes and collectors' items from throughout the last century in baseball, basketball, hockey—even horse racing! Original prints by LeRoy Neiman and paintings by Mark McMahon of famous ballparks and stadiums will fill the 5,000-square-foot South Shore Arts gallery. A GREAT FAMILY OUTING...PERFECT FOR SPORTS FANS YOUNG & OLD!.

ON VIEW NOW THROUGH JANUARY 28, 2018

Gallery Hours: M-F 10am-5pm, Sat 10am-4pm, Sun 12-4pm

Admission Fee: Adults $2; Children & South Shore Arts Members FREE

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SOUTH SHORE ARTS MISSION

We transform the South Shore through the arts.

SOUTH SHORE ARTS VISION

South Shore Arts envisions a progressive region that employs the arts to transform lives and strengthens communities.

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TAKE YOUR LOVE OF THE ARTS ON THE ROAD!

Arts Trust license plates are available at any branch office of the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles and can also be ordered online at http://www.in.gov/bmv/2793.htm. Every purchased or renewed license plate generates $25 for the Indiana Cultural Trust Fund, which helps provide additional support for arts education programs in Indiana. Visit the Indiana Arts Commission’s Arts Trust License plate page at http://www.in.gov/arts/artstrustplate.htm for more info.


 

NOMINATE SOMEONE OUTSTANDING FOR AN ART OR MUSIC EDUCATOR AWARD!

South Shore Arts and the Northwest Indiana Symphony are excited to present the Art & Music Educator Awards for excellence in art and music education. These awards are presented annually to recognize outstanding art and music educators who advocate for the success of students and champion art or music education. The recipients receive a commemorative award and will be publicly recognized at select South Shore Arts and Northwest Indiana Symphony events. DEADLINE IS MARCH 9, 2018.

Educator Award Nomination  Form (200K pdf)


IT'S THE SECOND TO LAST!

 

A MESSAGE FROM JOHN CAIN—

To give you an update, my annual holiday reading has been rescheduled for Wednesday, March 7, 2018. Same reading as was planned for November 14, only this rescheduled version will feature something extra special!

I am pleased to announce that Jim West, who has performed his puppet shows at the Center for Visual and Performing Arts for the past 25 years, will be presenting the reading with me! It will be our first time together on any stage since 1975 when we were in college. I will be reading all the Truman Capote parts and Jim will be reading everybody else. He is especially excited to get to play an intoxicated Slim Keith!

If for any reason you are unable to attend on March 7 and would like a refund, just let us know—we will be happy to process your request. (If, on the other hand, you are unable to attend but would like us to keep your reservation as a contribution to our mission, we will be happy to provide you with a letter for your tax records.)

This year's holiday reading chronicles the disastrous Christmas of 1975, the year Truman Capote celebrated in solitude, defiantly watching as his legendary swans swam away after the publication of a bombshell story, in which he utterly betrayed the women who had trusted and idolized him for decades.

Enjoy a complimentary glass of wine in the gallery beginning at 11am. Lunch at noon with the reading to follow.

South Shore Arts member table of ten $450

Non-member table of ten $500

South Shore Arts member individual ticket $45

Non-member individual ticket $50

Make your reservations today! Reservations close February 28, 2018. Call 219/836-1839, ext. 103

 

ART FOR EVERYKID!

Since the inception of the everykid program in 1995, South Shore Arts has developed many successful partnerships with schools and organizations in an effort to provide creative opportunities to over 30,000 students and their families annually. Find out more about the everykid program.

Teachers interested in learning about how they can have an everykid program brought directly into their classroom—or about one of our popular field trip opportunities—can download the 2017-18 everykid program teacher handbook available below.

 


OPPORTUNITIES FOR ART INSTRUCTORS

South Shore Arts is always seeking qualified art instructors to teach classes for children and adults. Please complete the instructor application form and contact 219/836-1839, x103.

South Shore Arts is also accepting applications for instructors to teach classes in the visual arts, such as drawing, painting and more for its Youth Outreach Program.

Instructor Application Form (61K pdf)

For further information visit our Educational Outreach and Art Classes pages.




South Shore Arts is designated as a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization. All contributions are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.

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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