A Special Thanks to our Small Business Partners

December 18, 2020 By vincent-uribe

As the year comes to a close, we thank the small businesses that have brightened our year and helped to amplify our artists’ creative visions. From donating pizzas to providing exhibition space, Arts of Life’s Community Business Partners are always there when we need them most. This season, with stricter lockdown orders back in place, we want to encourage you to visit some of our friends and show your support for these local businesses. We are grateful for the opportunity to work towards a better future with these amazing partners:

Check out our latest project towering over Parsons Chicken and Fish (2952 W Armitage Ave, Chicago, IL 6064) thanks to Land and Sea Dep

We love working with and supporting Arts of Life however we can, and we’ve definitely missed participating in events with AofL this year because of the pandemic. But that makes this billboard even more exciting — it’s a way to share Arts of Life’s positivity and inclusivity with the broader community and anyone who drives down Armitage Avenue, in a year when people really need some bright spots. It’s a highlight of our year, for sure.Cody Hudson | Partner, Land and Sea Dept and former Circle Contemporary featured artist.

7greens is hosting an ongoing rotation of AofL artwork. You can check it out at their Chicago location (18 W Washington St).

Additional thanks to these partners for their support through in-kind donations, partnerships, and events.

This is the first in a series of quarterly shout outs to our partners of all levels. Stay tuned for more updates in 2021.

Have a fun business idea that Arts of Life can get involved in? Interested in a partnership opportunity? Reach out and let’s talk