• South Bend Art History

    Although the fine arts play a less formal historical role than other components which make up a community, most leaders see the benefit of art. At a fundamental level it is understood that “art establishes the basic human truths which must serve as the touchstone of our judgment”

  • Heartland: The Civil War

    This dramatized history/docudrama follows the intersecting stories of eleven people, residents of the South Bend/Mishawaka/Elkhart Indiana area.  Their stories are told from the start of the Civil War, through 1890.

  • Harold Zisla

    This documentary, produced by R. Michael Beatty and RMB Creative Associates with LEARN's assistance, is of the truly remarkable artist Harold Zisla. It shows the artist in his studio discussing his work, his working methods, his philosophy and his life.

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Although the fine arts play a less formal historical role than other components which make up a community, most leaders see the benefit of art. At a fundamental level it is understood that “art establishes the basic human truths which must serve as the touchstone of our judgment”

This dramatized history/docudrama follows the intersecting stories of eleven people, residents of the South Bend/Mishawaka/Elkhart Indiana area.  Their stories are told from the start of the Civil War, through 1890.

This documentary, produced by R. Michael Beatty and RMB Creative Associates with LEARN's assistance, is of the truly remarkable artist Harold Zisla. It shows the artist in his studio discussing his work, his working methods, his philosophy and his life.