2010 Summer Exhibit
Creating. Sharing. Growing.June 19, 2010 | 6-9 pmThe Arts of Life Summer Exhibit1963 Johns Drive , Glenview, IL 60025June 19 – 6 to 9 PM(847) 486-0808 Two Studios, One Event10 Years$30 with advance tickets here or $40 at the door.Chicago, IL – May 12, 2010 – Chicago’s Most Unique Artists’ Community launches their second studio with a 10-year exhibit and celebration.The Arts of Life is having a giant birthday party on June 19th from 6 to 9 pm at their new studio and you’re invited! Marking their 10th anniversary of bringing people with and without disabilities together in creativity, The Arts of Life opened its second studio on January 4, 2010 in the North Shore of Chicago. Through the very generous support of Progressive Services Network (PSN), The Arts of Life was able to expand its unique and empowering model of community art to work with some very talented artists in the North Shore. The North Shore studio currently has twelve artists and hopes to grow into a vibrant artistic community similar to their Chicago branch.The birthday celebration is being held as part of the Arts of Life’s annual summer exhibit. Keeping with the birthday theme, the event will not only unveil over 60 new works from more than 30 Arts of Life artists, it comes complete with a community play put on by the music and performance programs, lawn party games, as well as an old school cookout. The event, which opens its doors at 6PM, is a chance for The Arts of Life community to share their passion for art, music and performance with the public. Many Chicago and North Suburban businesses and art institutions will also be supporting the event, including Windy City Flyers, Wine Styles, Chicago Children’s Museum, Old Town School of Folk Music, Lincolnshire Marriott Resort, MCA, Goodman Theatre and Cubs rooftop tickets.The Arts of Life is artists with and without disabilities creating an artistic culture to realize their full potential. The 501©3 non-profit is committed to providing high quality, innovative services for developmentally disabled adults. The studio focuses on its artists’ needs and strives to exceed expectations.