LCA invites community to Nov. 9 'Living Architecture' talk

Children engage in an art craft during a past Family Day at LCA.

MICHIGAN CITY — Lubeznik Center for the Arts (LCA) in Michigan City welcomes the community to explore its new exhibition, Living Architecture, through two interpretive programs on Saturday, Nov. 9.

According to the Lubeznik Center, Living Architecture invites viewers to consider the ongoing impact and influence that immigrants have on art, design, labor, innovation and contemporary thought. This exhibition is co-curated by Tricia Van Eck, Nathan Abhalter Smith and Lora Fosberg and has traveled from 6018North, an exhibition space considered Chicago’s home for experimental arts and culture.

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