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We've travelled extensively and have been to some of the more acclaimed art institutes and museums in the US and Europe. This isn't one of them. It is, however, a great local gem. Take an hour away from the rat race and reconnect with the...More
We happened to drive by on our way to something else. Saw the big WARHOL banner and pulled in. We were delighted to see a collection of Andy Warhol prints and photos, as well as works by current artists. As an educator I enjoyed seeing...More
This place is small in size, big on art. I went to see the Andy Warhol exhibit. He is my favorite modern artist and to get to see his work so close to home was amazing. I loved to see his work in person. The...More
The Lubeznik Center is always a great place to visit when in Michigan City. This center is close to the Lighthouse Mall and the Lighthouse and Beach. Their galleries change and offer unique activities including art lessons. I always find interesting hand-made (and reasonably priced)...More
My membership at the Tucson Museum of Art gives me NARM privileges -- to visit 900+ museums, mostly in the US. Although this museum doesn't charge admission, I left a donation as well. It's fabulous!
Although the photos included with this review are of prior...More
If you are in Michigan City, the Lubeznik is a good way to spend an hour or so. The art museum has high quality exhibitions, they have fun First Friday opening receptions, and if you are local they offer a number of workshops that are...More
I have recently fallen in love with Michigan City. Being from Portage it doesn't take much to impress me. This place is not a great draw for me. I'm sorry but I would hit every shop on Franklin street the mall and the beach before...More
Near building stands out and invites you, parking around building. Docent up front friendly but museum vey small, offered 3 local artists and not that many paintings. $3 suggested donation person, half hour is about all u can spend