Lubeznik Center for the Arts (LCA) offers a range of art classes that cover a variety of topics. Participants will have the opportunity to learn a new skill or expand their knowledge of an existing one. This season LCA is excited to offer three new classes.
Block Printing, is a 3-hour one-day workshop that will take place on Thursday, September 17. Students will view the work of other printmaking artists, discuss what makes a good print, and learn the tools and techniques for linoleum cut printmaking. The class will also cover the basics of composition, planning a print, transferring the design to a block, and how to cut safely.
International Art Cinema will intrigue any film lover. Students will learn how Godard changed the language of film forever with his French New Wave classic, Breathless. Journey through post-Stalin Communist Czechoslovakia the lens of feminist film director Vera Chytilova. Each class will include a brief background of the film, screening, and discussion afterwards.
Gelli Printing taught by local artist, Laurel Izard. Students will learn how to use Gelli plates (a versatile gel printing plate) to create original mono plate images using various techniques to layer brilliant colors and patterns. They will also experiment with stencils, stamps and found objects to create interesting effects.
Additional class offerings include writing, visual arts, and art classes for youth.
To see a full listing of classes, teacher bios, and to register for classes please visit lubeznikcenter.org.
Become an LCA Member and you will receive 10 % off of classes, one of the many benefits of membership at LCA. Become a member online or by calling 219.874.4900.
Lubeznik Center for the Arts is located at 101 W. 2nd St., at the lakefront in Michigan City, IN. Weekday hours are from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM (CDT). Weekend hours are from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM (CDT). Thursdays: 10 - 7* (Memorial Day - Labor Day) *Hyndman Gallery opens at 2 pm. For more information please visit lubeznikcenter.org or call 219-874-4900.
Provided with support from South Shore Arts, the Indiana Arts Commission, a state agency, and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.