The Lubeznik Center’s doors are closed — but chances to explore art are wide open

     Even though their doors are closed, the Lubeznik Center for the Arts continues to bring the magic of art to life in the community, thanks to the convenience of the internet.
     Education Director Hannah Hammond-Hagman and her staff of teaching artists bring several fun art activities for everyone. No need to leave the house — everything can be done using items found in the home. Also, there are video tours of studios where local artists find inspiration.
MAKING SKETCHBOOKS WITH LAUREL IZARD
     Education Coordinator and Michigan City artist Laurel Izard gives you a sneak peek into her sketchbook practice. She invites you to start a sketchbook of your own:
HOW TO MAKE A CEREAL BOX HOUSE
     Education Director Hannah Hammond-Hagman has a fun new art activity for you and your family. Have some spare cereal boxes laying around? Time to make art:
HOW TO MAKE A FLIPBOOK
     Grab some paper and some markers, because LCA teaching artist Jessica Sexton is going to show you how to make your own flipbook:
HOW TO MAKE A HOME FOR SPRINGTIME BUGS
Teaching artist Dori Huber shows you how to make a simple bughouse using recycled materials. This home is perfect for ladybugs and other small insects looking for shelter from Springtime rains.
WHERE LOCAL ARTISTS FIND THEIR INSPIRATION

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