Northern Indiana Arts Association
Today, hundreds of people will gather at the Center for Visual and Performing Arts in Munster, Indiana, to hear a baldish twinkly-eyed, fifty-ish fellow with round wire glasses, read stories related one way or another, to Christmas. Over the years, he’s read a half dozen Truman Capote storie…
As I celebrate my 20th anniversary at South Shore Arts, I find myself reflecting on where our organization, and the arts in general, have been and where they’re going.
When John Cain started with what was then called the Northern Indiana Arts Association in October 1993, he was already thinking about some creative holiday possibilities.
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.
In 1994, John Cain, the new director of the Northern Indiana Arts Association (as it was known then), delighted a group of NIAA ladies with a holiday reading from Truman Capote's "A Christmas Memory."
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