Artist with autism running marathon to fundraise for The Arts of Life
THE ARTS OF LIFE HOSTS
COMMUNITY EXHIBITON AND DINNER
‘How We Make It’ Opening Celebrates the Life of Its Founding Artist;
The Gift That Keeps Giving; Finish Your Holiday Shopping While Supporting a Great Cause!
Compete, Eat, and Dance; All for a Great Cause!
The Arts of Life, a Chicagoland non-profit arts studio for adults with and without disabilities, will once again showcase the area’s best and tastiest chili at their 5th annual Half Acre Charitable Chili Cook-Off on November 2, 2013 starting at 5PM. Like the previous successful years, the cook-off will take place at 2010 W Carroll Ave and this year attendants should expect even more fun and yum!
In an effort to build community through art, The Arts of Life artists have teamed up for their first ever Sketchbook Swap. Each of the North Shore artists paired up with an artist from the Chicago studio and sent a sketchbook back and forth, sharing their work and stories of art making. Learn more about the process of mutual inspiration by visiting the traveling Sketchbook Swap Exhibition.
The Arts of Life, Chicago’s most unique art studio, invites you to our first annual Summer BlowOut Sale Friday, August 2nd from 6pm-9pm at our Chicago Studio located at 2010 W. Carroll Ave. We are looking to make room in our archives for new works by our prestigious artists and we need your help. Whether you are looking to decorate that new apartment or giving your current place an updated look, you will find just what you need at this Summer BlowOut Sale.
Nearly 10 years ago, Guy was an overweight child with autism, due to physical inactivity special needs children often experience. Guy was encouraged to run by his parents and was introduced to running through a neighborhood group preparing children for the Beverly Hills Ridge Run. He continued running with his parents in their running groups and ran on the cross country team for King College Prep High School, although he was one of the slowest runners during cross country meets.
Chicago’s most unique arts studio is cooking up an exciting event
The Arts of Life, a Chicagoland non-profit artistic studio for adults with and without disabilities, will be hosting the second Half Acre Charitable Chili Cook-Off on November 6, 2010 starting at 5PM. With the success of last year’s event, which brought in nearly $5000 in one night, the 2010 W. Carroll location will once again showcase the area’s best and tastiest chili.
On Saturday, July 9th, Andrea Jablonski will deliver a stunning original exhibit at the Kinzie Corridor Gallery inspired by the return of the 13-year cicada.