Southern Shore Art Association
The Round Barn in Baroda is one of 50 "Michigan Companies to Watch," Michigan City's SSAA throws a banquet tomorrow and enthusiastic tree planters, with work gloves and spade shovels, are needed at Meadowlark in Valpo next weekend for a "reforestation."--- Pat Colander, Associate Publisher a…
Dramatic developments in the wake of the Oscars in Miller Beach on Saturday, First Friday fest in Michigan City bounces to life and at the Box Factory, St. Patty's Day arrives early. --- Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore Magazine.
MICHIGAN CITY | The Southern Shore Art Association is presenting “Out of Our Minds,” an exhibition about anything and everything that alters reality in any way. We are challenging member and guest artists to loosen up, let go, break the rules. Work in all media will be shown and could be abs…
Susan Block, curator of Michigan City’s Southern Shore Art Association’s “Fifty Shades of Female” exhibit, sees her show as creating what she referred to as “a bit of cultural history in this region.”
MICHIGAN CITY | The female - her face, form and femininity - will be the subject of a special exhibition of paintings, sculpture, photography and poetry at the Southern Shore Art Association in the month of March.
MICHIGAN CITY | You are invited to a very special event. The Southern Shore Art Association is excited to exhibit the unique talents of extraordinary young adult art students with special needs.
MICHIGAN CITY | Throughout the month of December, Southern Shore Art Association will feature original artworks, all under $200. Our many talented members are displaying a variety of their works, from traditional to contemporary, in all media. Find the perfect gift here, or just treat yourse…
Romantic adventures with NISO's concert of requited (Schumann) and unrequited (Tchaikovsky) tomorrow night and a collaborative work about George Mallory's frustration with Mt. Everest and on Saturday an exhibition by inspiring artist-couples. --Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, S…
Beverly Shores' Larry Jensen has interior decor in mind when it comes to "Room for Innovations."
Great visuals are coming up, including the Abstract Expressionism of Robert Rauschenberg opening tonight at GRAM; Anthony Droege's paintings at Main Street Galleries in Benton Harbor starting tomorrow and an exhibit for Black History Month at KIA. --Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Edit…
"Innovations" is made up of three-dimensional works created by four area artists, and the exhibit's opening will be celebrated with a reception at the Southern Shore Art Association's Michigan City gallery February 3.
CBS Morning Weatherperson Megan Glaros and her brother Matt co-host Shore Bridal event Sunday; Tryon Farm's Eve and Ed Noonan present at Cliff Dwellers next week and Andy Urschel and Justin Treasure direct Albee's 'The Goat' at CTG opening Friday. --- Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Ed…
Weekend excitement includes a birdhouse auction featuring the work of local artists including Fritz Olsen, Stephen Holkansen, Bruce Niemi, Eric Shaw, Rick Ott and Roger Harvey tomorrow night.--Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore Magazine.
Cheers for favorite holiday gifts created and brought to us by Rick Kaempfer, Brendan Sullivan, Roger Ebert, Christopher Hitchens, David Mitchell, Woody Allen, Christopher Reid, Alan Rickman and Emma Thompson, among others, this year. --Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore
Running Jan. 6 through 8 at the Southern Shore Art Association's Michigan City gallery, "Perspectives" showcases art created by Michigan City teenage students with mild special needs.
Jeannene Anderson, co–curator of Southern Shore Art Association's "Perspectives from Extraordinary Students," was amazed to watch the exhibiting student artists evolve.
The special Happy New Year's Eve issue in which we end with a look back at the perfect meal at Chef Jean Joho's LV Eiffel and forward to the major Rauschenberg extravaganza GRAM Director and CEO Dana Friis-Hansen has planned for 2012.
Happy holidays from the Shore staff! This week, take advantage of some world-class theater, or plan ahead for Winter Delights in Benton Harbor and an extraordinary exhibit in Michigan City.
Jeannene Anderson, president of the Southern Shore Art Association, sees the value in letting its community cast votes for the best piece in their show as opposed to a respected artist or art instructor.
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