The 2nd Kinzie Corridor Art Walk Block Party will be held August 14th and 15th. The Kinzie Corridor Arts Association holds two Art Walk events per year, one in August and one in October. The Art Walk Block Party in August is an open studio and music festival which opens the event to artists from all over Chicago by providing street spaces for artists and craftspeople to sell their work. This year, The Kinzie Corridor Art Walk Block Party has 12 open studios, 10 rock bands, and 20 artists selling their work on Carroll Ave.
On June 18th, The Arts of Life will host a classic carnival and fundraiser in celebration of a community of people in the Chicago area, with and without disabilities, who create an artistic culture where they can realize their full potential.
Chicago’s Most Unique Artists’ Community launches second studio with 10 year exhibit and celebration.
On Friday, June 3rdh, the Kinzie Corridor Gallery will host an art exhibit featuring the works of Lindblom Math and Science students as a result of an impactful collaboration with the Arts of Life. The collaboration was formed to support Lindblom students’ developments and their becoming part of the arts community.
‘How We Make It’ Gallery Event Celebrates the Life of Its Founding Artist
The Arts of Life, a Chicago non-profit organization dedicated to fostering artistic growth in developmentally disabled adults, is pleased to announce the opening of its latest art show How We Make it at the Arts of Life Studio and the Kinzie Corridor Arts Gallery at 2010 W. Carroll Ave. The opening event, taking place on Friday, April 6th from 6 pm-10 pm, will also serve as a heartwarming celebration of the studio’s founding artist Veronica Cuculich.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Emily Smith at 231-884-4620 or firstname.lastname@example.org The Arts of Life 2012 Awards Show and Fundraiser Thursday, February 16th starting at 6pm Winnetka Community House (620 Lincoln Ave, Winnetka, IL) $40-$50 advance tickets --- $60 at the door The Arts of Life honors artists with disabilities in annual Awards Show and Fundraiser.
VSA Celebrates President Kennedy’s Legacy of Supporting Civil Rights for People with Disabilities
Large-scale art installations by artists with disabilities featured in the Kennedy Center Hall of States
Washington, DC (Vocus/PRWEB) January 19, 2011