This exhibit will open will open on March 2nd, First Friday, and will comprise all genres of art and subject matter.
Our artists will present interpretations of the style of their favorite Master's paintings. Van Gogh's "Starry Night" may have a lighthouse or the Mona Lisa may have a frown or a Jackson Pollack may be in monotone colors but all interpretations will be most interesting!
Join us on First Friday, opening night, with libations and hors d'oeuvres in Michigan City's historic Uptown Arts District. Open Gallery hours are Friday, Saturday and Sunday afternoons from noon to 5pm (cdt)
Announcing the April Exhibit: Native American Exhibit, April 6-29
For the fourth year, SSAA is hosting an exhibition of arts and crafts produced by the Native American Circle at the Indiana State Prison in Michigan City. A percentage of the proceeds from the sale of the artwork will be split between two organizations: Camp New Happenings, which is run by the Episcopal Diocese in Northern Indiana (the camp provides a weeklong camping experience for boys and girls ages 8 – 11 who have a parent or parents who are incarcerated); and the Potawatomi Trail of Death Association, whose purpose is to collect, preserve, research and interpret the history and heritage of the Potawatomi 1838 Trail of Death March from Indiana to Kansas. This exhibit is being curated by Karl and Kathy Dennis and is funded by a grant that they have secured.