Welcome to the June-July issue of Northwest Indiana Business Magazine where we explore how to conduct post-pandemic business.
Executive director of South Shore Arts decides to stay another year to help return to normal after canceled concerts, programming during pandemic.
John Cain, the executive director of South Shore Arts and Northwest Indiana Symphony, is staying with the organizations through next summer.
One small step, one giant leap The Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra celebrates the 50th anniversary of the moon landing with a space-themed concert in May. It will feature the Symphony Chorus and retired astronaut and Crown Point-native Col. Jerry Ross. Cinema and symphony meet as videos and photos from the historic 1969 moon landing accompany […]
An update on art and entertainment options across the Region Northwest Indiana Urban ruins “Haunts,” the second exhibit in the two-part “Urban Ruins” series organized by South Shore Arts, runs Feb. 8 through April 21, at the Center for Visual and Performing Arts in Munster with an artist reception from 1-3 p.m. March 3. The […]