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Ace Hotel: “I Feel It In My Lungs, It Makes Me Happy”: An Interview with Arts of Life Artist Danny Frownfelter

December 18, 2018 By Anne Cauley

Danny Frownfelter wants you to know that his birthday is March 30th. The Arts of Life artist also wants you…
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Chicago Tribune: Nature is His Inspiration, He is Ours

November 30, 2018 By Vincent Uribe

... Viau creates his artwork at Arts of Life in Glenview, a studio that supports adult artists with intellectual and…
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Press Release: Middle Brow Beer Co. Continues Their Brut-iful Beer Can Designs

October 15, 2018 By Vincent Uribe

Middle Brow Beer Company and Arts of Life are back at it again, collaborating on productions of two new Brut…
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Chicago Magazine: How Artists Helped Propel Chicago’s Disability Rights Movement

October 5, 2018 By Anne Cauley

Nonprofits like Access Living have stood as some of these artists’ greatest allies. The organization Arts of Life, established in…
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WGN: Lighthouses on Mag Mile reflect artists’ personal journey with disabilities

July 9, 2018 By Anne Cauley

Summer crowds on Michigan Avenue have probably noticed the lighthouses dotting the sidewalks. Each of them was designed by an…
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Disparate Minds: Mysterious Feelings at Circle Contemporary

April 12, 2018 By Anne Cauley

Circle Contemporary, the only Chicago space dedicated to integrated programming, has consistently offered ambitious and thoughtful group exhibitions since its…
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Press Release: Rep. Schakowsky meets artists from Arts of Life studio

February 2, 2018 By Anne Cauley

This week, Rep. Jan Schakowsky met with 4 artists from the Arts of Life Studio, a non-profit in Glenview, Illinois…
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Stone Real Estate Blog: The Colorful Story Behind the Windows

January 11, 2018 By Anne Cauley

The Colorful Story Behind the Windows: Stone Real Estate Partners with Arts of Life In our industry, leasing banners are…
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Special Education Law Blog: A is for Artist, B is for Belief

October 18, 2017 By Anne Cauley

By Lori Fox Raising a child with a disability can be fraught with seemingly endless periods of hopelessness. You bargain…
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Third Coast Review: A is for Artist Brings “Outsider Art” Inside

October 12, 2017 By Anne Cauley

By: Tom Wawzenek A is for Artist  is a new exhibition at the Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art that challenges the…
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