Language Translation
  Close Menu

Northern Indiana Highlights

2022-2023 Fine Arts Exhibit

Fine Arts is a core program within Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Northwest Indiana, developing creativity and cultural awareness through the appreciation of art. Indiana Arts Commission will support the continuation and enhancement of the Fine Arts program that supplements and reinforces academic success of young people. The program will engage approximately 200 students and give access to trained professionals, supplies, and recognition through Club and public exhibits. The project aims to enable youth to develop their creativity and cultural awareness through knowledge and appreciation of visual and fine arts— including traditional mediums like painting, drawing, and photography— as well as digital arts projects such as game design, digital photography, and stop-motion animation. Members can also participate in ceramics, dance, and music production.

As some community schools struggle with arts funding, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Northwest Indiana aim to supplement the school day by providing further opportunities for creative expression through arts activities.

About the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Northwest Indiana

The mission of Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Northwest Indiana is to inspire and enable youth to realize their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens.

Picture of the Arts Trust License Plate

Art Beat 2022

Art Beat 2022 is a free visual, performing, and culinary arts festival which takes place along the streets and sidewalks of downtown South Bend. It is the largest single-day festival in the seven-county region. The event aims to support the local art scene by providing a forum for seasoned and beginner artists to exhibit, sell, and market their work. It also offers a venue for the community to experience the arts. Art Beat extends beyond visual art booths with opportunities to enjoy intriguing music, dance, and spoken word performance artists throughout the event. The Culinary Arts Village offers an abundant variety of food and drink samplings from area restaurants and chefs as well as live demonstrations by food artisans. Each year during Art Beat, Downtown South Bend, Inc. also plans a Community Art Project that allows Art Beat guests to actively participate in creating a permanent art installation in the downtown area.

About Downtown South Bend, Inc.

Downtown South Bend, Inc is committed to the advancement and vitality of downtown through three primary areas of focus:

1. Offering business resources, support, and incentives;

2. Presenting marketing and events designed to attract visitors and highlight downtown as the regional destination for arts, entertainment, and dining;

3. Providing street-level solutions to make downtown clean, safe, accessible, and hospitable.

Picture of the Arts Trust License Plate.

Luster

The Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum will be displaying the art exhibit Luster: Realism and Hyperrealism in Contemporary Automobile and Motorcycle Painting from June 1, 2022- Jan. 15, 2023. The exhibit focuses on automotive art. It will include a public demonstration from automotive designer Brian Baker as well as a class for participants to learn about automotive art and design their very own automobile-themed artwork. IAC funding will be applied to help facilitate these programs and to ensure the delivery of high-quality artistic programming to the community.

About Auburn Automotive Heritage, Inc.

The mission of the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum is to preserve the past and provide multigenerational audiences an educational and inspirational journey exploring the past, present, and future of the transportation industry while leveraging the Museum’s collection as its foundation.

Picture of the Arts Trust License Plate.

Welcome to Monterey

Pulaski County Tribe will place a mural in Monterey, a rural community on the scenic Tippecanoe River. The mural, designed by Lafayette artist Zach Medler, will be the first of its kind in Monterey. The dedication ceremony will take place during the annual Monterey Days Festival on Labor Day weekend. The mural will celebrate a resilient town immensely proud of their heritage and home. IAC funds will support artist, promotional, and operational fees.

About the Pulaski County Tribe, Inc.

The mission of Pulaski County Tribe Inc is to communicate, collaborate, and celebrate among all communities in Pulaski County for the greater good of residents and guests.

Picture of the Arts Trust License Plate

Purchase an "Arts Trust" license plate