Indiana Arts Commission
Celebrate over 50 years of Motown magic with a concert jam-packed with dazzling high-energy choreography, impeccable harmonies and those timeless Motown grooves that everyone knows and loves.
Now in its 36th year, this annual festival offers fun activities for all ages with more than 250 arts and crafts booths, 30 food booths, two live music stages, the nation's first Popcorn Parade and more.
This fifth annual tribute to the King of Pop offers fun for the whole family with local and national talent from all areas of the performing arts.
Learn how people lived more than 350 years ago during this annual festival, which includes encampments, a historical auto display shop, musical entertainment and period-themed food.
Taltree Arboretum & Gardens invites guests to enjoy fun in the dark August 14 through 16. GLOW: Art after Dark will feature live glow-in-the-dark art and music performances and interactive exhibits.
GARY | With the receipt of 501c3 status and support from various individuals, organizations and foundations, the Miller Beach Arts & Creative District is set to expand its canvas and broaden its strokes in the Midwest arts community.
Generations of Northwest Indiana movie-goers knew the familiar routine at Highland's Town Theatre, where the red velvet curtains closed and the picture faded halfway through the film.
A must for everyone’s fall calendar is the indoor Harvest Festival Fine Arts Fair in Portage Parks and Recreation Department’s Woodland Park, for artwork and fun samplings of wine, cheese, and chocolate—all underscored by music from popular local performers.
Northwest Indiana is a diverse region with many extraordinary opportunities for arts and cultural events, recreational sports and entertainment, and nature and the outdoors. We ought to take full advantage of these rich cultural and recreational opportunities and strengthen our identity as a…
VALPARAISO | To help area school districts create jobs and skills, Valparaiso's Redevelopment Commission is giving $365,000 of its 2013 education grants to the Valparaiso Community and East Porter County schools.
HOBART | The Boys & Girls Clubs of Northwest Indiana will showcase club members' artwork at the 31st annual Fine Arts Exhibit at Westfield Southlake Mall.
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The region's oldest arts cheerleader is alive and kicking at 75. Chalk up South Shore Arts' longevity to adaptability. The Munster-based nonprofit, the driving force behind art classes, exhibits and outreach programs in Lake, Porter and LaPorte counties, remains a work in progress.
Color the art world savvy.
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