PORTER COUNTY | Valparaiso Community Festivals & Events (VCFE) is looking for artists to showcase their talents. Artists will have the opportunity to compete and have their artwork featured as the focus of the 35th Annual Valparaiso Popcorn Festival’s marketing campaign. The winning entr…
MUNSTER | Up to $10,000 in cash awards will be given away at South Shore Arts' 69th Annual Salon Show.
Art, like beauty, is in the eye of the beholder. After a visit to the Valparaiso art walk, you might be holding your eyes and wondering, "Is it art?" or, more likely, "They want HOW MUCH for that?"
GRIFFITH | Griffith Art Fair Committee has extended the application deadline for artists wishing to participate in the 38th annual "A Park Full of Art" fair. The juried event will take place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. July 21 and 22 at Griffith Central Park, with no rain date. Space rental is $1…
CROWN POINT | Crown Point Community Library is soliciting statements of qualifications from interested and qualified artists to integrate art into the new Crown Point Community Library building currently under construction.
Framed posters and department-store paintings have long been staples of home decorating. But a growing number of shoppers are seeking original art for their homes, says interior designer Robert Novogratz.
Merrillville resident Jo Miazga works on a painting Wednesday during a meeting of the Deep River Artists at Deep River County Park in Hobart.
Merrillville resident Jo Miazga paints with fellow artists Wednesday during a meeting of the Deep River Artists inside the Deep River County Park gift shop in Hobart.
Merrillville resident Jo Miazga paints Wednesday with fellow artists during a meeting of the Deep River Artists inside the Deep River County Park gift shop in Hobart.
Members of the Deep River Artists work on art projects Wednesday during their meeting at Deep River County Park in Hobart. The group meets weekly. For more information, call (219) 947-1958.
Jennifer Gamboa's heart is in the right place - displayed for all to see on Chicago's Michigan Avenue.
After more than a decade of promoting public art in Munster, it appears even the vandals respect the benefits it brings to the community.
CROWN POINT | The 4th Friday Arts Committee will kick off its fourth season of 4th Friday Arts events Feb. 25 with artist demonstrations and activities from 6 to 9 p.m. at downtown businesses.
The Crossroads Regional Chamber of Commerce is honored to have a recent graduate of Leadership Northwest Indiana -- Rollie Brauer -- on its board of directors. Congratulations, Rollie.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | Local artisans will host a one-night-only sale from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Union Street Gallery, 1527 Otto Blvd., to support the South Suburban Family Shelter.
CHESTERTON | Three local artists have teamed up for an exhibit of their artwork titled "Three's Company," at Red Cup Café, 115 Broadway in Chesterton, through Oct. 1.
Visitors walk through the forest of metal sculpture by Joanie Drizin, of Noblesville. More than 100 artists showing their work at the 2010 Chesterton Art Fair on Saturday at Hawthorne Park in Porter. The Art Far continues today from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Art from Susan Kline Designs in Peru, Ind, is displayed during the Chesterton Art Fair held Saturday at Hawthorne Park in Porter. The event continues today.
Volunteers Chelsea, left and Elise Gustafson, right, work with 7-year-old Reuben and 4-year-old Sylvia Coslov, of Chesterton, on making spin art at the Kid's Art booth at last summer's Chesterton Art at Hawthorne Park in Porter.
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