ART TAP episode 040

(photo by Natalie Mills, artist: Kate Clark from the exhibit "The Hunt, The Prey, The Spirit" October 8, 2016 - January 7, 2017 at Lubeznik Center for the Arts)

On tap this week is an interview with Amy Davis Navardauskas, Marketing Director at the Lubeznik Center for the Arts in Michigan City, Indiana.  Check out the Lubeznik’s upcoming offerings, including “Andy Warhol: Icon and Influence” at, summer camps -, and the Lubeznik Arts Festival, at

Amy talks about her love for and the frustrations of life as a working artist.  And she shares her experience of growing into a position with the Lubeznik Center, as well as the opportunities available there.  (And she shares an artist from one of her most memorable exhibits, Kate Clark -

Her Look-Ups include – Roden Crater, located in the Painted Desert region of Northern Arizona, is an unprecedented large-scale artwork created within a volcanic cinder cone by light and space artist James Turrell; – a site I visit and mention often, for unique articles on worldwide arts and artists; and – an OCD delight featuring endless photos of, literally, a wide variety of things organized neatly.  Enjoy!

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