Scary Stuff...Watch It Grow!

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Miller Beach Arts & Creative District (MBACD)

Miller Beach Arts & Creative District is a volunteer-based organization in Miller Beach, Gary, Indiana. MBACD created Made In Miller to bring awareness to all the wonderful projects the great people of Gary are doing here. MBACD manages two projects: The Marshall J. Gardner Center for the Arts and the Miller Beach Farmers Market.




Scary Stuff...Watch It Grow!


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1:00 pm - 4:00 pm, October 29, 2017

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Taylor Ricks, Eric Marshall, Trinity Civak, and friends share their love of ghost and goblins, monsters and mayhem, and maybe even a dinosaur or two.  And lots of other weird and wonderful art utilizing a wide range of media. Drawings, paintings, latex masks, sculptures…you never know what you will find in this growing art exhibit featuring a variety of artists in their 20s who all share the love of horror movies, special effects and creation. Check out these eclectic art teachers, film industry artists, special effects professionals, mask designers and street artists and see just how wide-reaching a career in arts can be. Each week the exhibit will be grow with new artists and new pieces, so come back and see what’s new. There will be a special “Come if you Dare” room (some of the pieces are a bit gruesome).

Reception and Artist Talk will be held Saturday October 21 from 6-9pm – Artist Talk begins at 7pm.

Gallery Hours are Fridays and Saturdays 6-9pm, Sundays 1-4pm through October 29th.



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