Performace Based Art, the Celebration of Women’s history month and Political Printmaking Highlight the March First Friday Art Walk in the Uptown Arts District

By: Michigan City Mainstreet Association Last Updated: March 2, 2015

Michigan-City-Mainstreet-AssociationThe Michigan City Mainstreet Association presents the First Friday Art Walk in the Uptown Arts District on Friday, March 6, 2015 from 5pm to 8pm. The Art Walk features local merchants hosting an array of artists and entertainment for free enjoyment for visitors.

Browse photography in the Old Lighthouse Museum and learn about the Eastland disaster of 1915, be inspired by Michigan City High School students as they present their art, music and performances at the First United Methodist Church, see crafted masonry chisel nail pieces at DH2W. Experience thought provoking "Red Tape", a performance based installation, at Walnut Ink Projects, witness "Herself", the female in image & form at Southern Shore Art Association, "Pipelines & Borderlines" at Lubeznik Center and much, much more!

The Art Walk is not only for art spectators, as visitors can dance to the beat of Mario & the Music Makers at Maxine's, Fur Sermon at the Lubeznik Center, Peter Nye at the Pickle & Turnip or be a part of open mike night at the Mainstreet Theatre, where they will also feature Ah Tu, an accordian and harp duo. Visitors may see all of the happenings on the Uptown Arts District website at www.uptownartsdistrict.org.

The Michigan City Mainstreet Association (MCMA) is a nonprofit, membership organization dedicated to creating a vibrant and economically viable atmosphere for the historic downtown, Uptown Arts District in Michigan City, Indiana, as an exciting place to live, work, play, and invest.