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2018 Art & Social Justice Reception

“Dancing with Seagulls” – Lea Goldman Art & Social Justice In its 29th Year, the annual Art & Social Justice Exhibition has been a significant and anticipated Colfax Campus Event. The theme, a socially just world, is captured by all artwork displayed for this Exhibit. “Art and Social Justice” was the title of a joint exhibition of work by local artists Jake Webster and Douglas Kinsey and the theme is particularly reflective of South Bend Heritage’s mission. It calls artists from 4 states: Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and Ohio. Works on display include those from: David Allen, Michael Amato, Nathan Anderson, Scot Anderson, Francisco Avila, Keri Bash, Lea Bult, Katharine Elliott, Lea Goldman, Michael Hebbler, Jose Felipe Herré, Tod Hoover, Jack Kapsa, Niktaria Mattheos, Patty Reddy, Ramiro Rodriquez, Laurie Rousseau, William Tourtillotte and Rob Wise. The exhibit opens June 22nd  and is on display until August 3rd.  RECEPTION: The reception for this exhibit is Friday,  July 6th from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. The gallery hours are...Read More >

Colfax Campus Gallery: On Exhibit #2 Art Reception

The Colfax Campus Gallery is hosting an art show that features recent works by Steven Alger, Jennifer Calhoun and Laura Lemna. This is the second of the gallery’s On Exhibit: 2016-2017 series focusing on artists that live or work within 50 miles of South Bend. Steven Alger, in his “Lace and Line”, makes use of repurposed material as well as spray paint, acrylics, markers and hand-made stencils. He draws inspiration from graffiti, pop art, American traditional tattoos and cover art / concert posters. Jennifer Calhoun, in her “All the Beauty Around Us”, exhibits works in acrylic and oil, usually on canvas. She draws her subjects for what catches her attention around her at any given time: nature, people in repose or in an activity, and places. Laura Lemna uses “the act of painting and the specific languages of abstraction to reflect upon attitudes, social strategies and processes that arise in our age of hyper-selfawareness and comparison.” The exhibition will be...Read More >

Colfax Campus Gallery: On Exhibit #2 Art Show

The Colfax Campus Gallery is hosting an exhibition that features recent works by Steven Alger, Jennifer Calhoun and Laura Lemna. This is the second of the gallery’s On Exhibit: 2016-2017 series focusing on artists that live or work within 50 miles of South Bend. Steven Alger, in his “Lace and Line”, makes use of repurposed material as well as spray paint, acrylics, markers and hand-made stencils. He draws inspiration from graffiti, pop art, American traditional tattoos and cover art / concert posters. Jennifer Calhoun, in her “All the Beauty Around Us”, exhibits works in acrylic and oil, usually on canvas. She draws her subjects for what catches her attention around her at any given time: nature, people in repose or in an activity, and places. Laura Lemna uses “the act of painting and the specific languages of abstraction to reflect upon attitudes, social strategies and processes that arise in our age of hyper-selfawareness and comparison.” The exhibition will be up...Read More >

St. Joseph Valley Watercolor Society Colfax Campus Gallery Reception

The Colfax Campus Gallery dedicates one exhibition a year to an area Arts organization.  This year the St. Joe Valley Watercolor Society (SJVWS) will have its Group Juried Exhibition starting on Friday September 18 and ending on October 28, 2016.  The reception will be held on Friday, October 7, 2016. The SJVWS was founded in 1959 by Joseph Wrobel and is open to artist in Northern Indiana and Southern Michigan.  This year the Leeper Park Art Fair celebrated its 49th year.  It is sponsored and organized by SJVWS and receives entries from throughout the United States. Visit St. Joe Valley Water Color Society.

Ask A Counselor

A new Class for Homeowners and Potential Homeowners “Ask a Counselor” If you have questions about becoming a new homeowner? or Concerns about how to make your next mortgage payment? Third Thursdays Every Month 5:30-7:30 p.m. South Bend Heritage 803 Lincolnway West, South Bend IN July 28th August 25th September 29th October 27th November 17th No appointment necessary—First Come First Served Documents to bring should include one (1) month of paystubs, two (2) months of banking statements, a recent credit report (no older than six months), recent bills, current rent amount or mortgage statement Go To: www.annualcreditreport .com for your free credit report before attending “Ask a Counselor”

Art & Social Justice Reception

Art and Social Justice” was the title of a joint exhibition of work by artists Jake Webster and Douglas Kinsey. The theme, a socially just world, is particularly reflective of South Bend Heritage Foundation’s mission and therefore inspired this annual juried exhibition. In its twenty-fifth year, the annual Art and Social Justice has become a significant and anticipated Colfax Campus Gallery event. Reception: Friday, July 15, 7-9 with discussion at 8 on the topic “The Time is Always Now” led by Chicago artists Mary King. The Exhibit will be open from July 8th – August 12th.

On Exhibit #1 2015-2016

On Exhibit #1:  2015-2016  will feature Austin Brady, Robert Hardt, Linda Lyons. This exhibit runs from November 6 to December 18, 2015.  The Reception will be heldon Friday, December 4, 2015, from 7 – 9 p.m.   This is the first of the annual “On Exhibit” series which features artists who live and work within a 50 mile radius of the Colfax Campus Gallery.

Women’s Caucus for Arts Reception

The Women’s Caucus for Arts Reception will showcase 21 artists’s work. The work is on display at the Colfax Campus Gallery until October 30, 2015.

Women’s Caucus for Arts Exhibit

The Women’s Caucus for Arts show will be available for viewing at the Colfax Gallery from September 18 – October 30th. The reception will be held on Friday, October 2nd from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m.