Wednesday January 17 9:58 am

Spotlighting events along the south shore of Lake Michigan


Beginning Digital Photography Class


George Kassal will be offering a (3) session Beginning Digital Photography class starting Wednesday, January 17 from 6-9 p.m. The class is designed for people who are new to digital and primarily use "point and shoot" cameras.

Beginning Enameling Class with Stephanie Swanson


Stephanie Swanson will be offering a 5-week Beginning Enameling Class at the Chesterton Art Center starting Tuesday, January 23 from 6:30-8:30. In class, students will be experimenting with different techniques of high firing enamels (finely ground glass powder).

NEA seeks input on careers in the arts and accessibility


Now through January 8, 2018, the public is invited to participate in an ePolicyWorks online dialogue hosted by the U.S. Department of Labor's Office of Disability Employment Policy, the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), and Art Beyond Sight (ABS) that seeks to gather valuable insight on ways in which greater access and inclusion can be created for people with disabilities in all areas of the arts.

Bloomington collaborates on public art installation


The City of Bloomington, Indiana, has announced its first public art collaboration with AJ Capital at the Graduate Hotel development site featuring "All Hands for Bloomington: by Nat Russell, an Indianapolis-based artist and illustrator.

Do arts administration grads work in that field?


Arts administration, also called arts management, is a field of study providing graduates with the tools to create, develop, facilitate, and evaluate arts and cultural programs and organizations.

IAC to fund 2018 Parks & Historic Sites Projects


Indiana Arts Commission announced today the approval of grant funding for 68 projects next year at Indiana's State Parks and Historic Sites.

Arts Commission adds four PACE partnerships to the arts education program


The Indiana Arts Commission (IAC) announced today that four new grantee partnerships will join the agency's PACE (Partnering Arts, Community, and Education) initiative.

A #MeToo moment: African American poet e. nina jay releases DVD


The work of Chicago-based African American lesbian poet and spoken word artist e. nina jay is featured in the new film Body of Rooms, based on her book of the same name.