Voices from Inside the Studio: The Right to Confidentiality and Freedom from Restraint+Seclusion

August 19, 2019 By Christea Parent

For August we are focusing on the right to confidentiality, as well as freedom from restraint and seclusion. Rights and…
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Walk and Talk!

August 16, 2019 By Diane Florian

North Shore studio artist, David Jonaitis took a break from art making to join me for a Walk and Talk…
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Volunteer Spotlight: Marty Grill

August 16, 2019 By Lexi Krebs

Marty Grill has been volunteering at Art of Life North Shore since July of 2016. With an arts background in…
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Disparate Minds: Dave Krueger

August 15, 2019 By Anne Cauley

Heavily driven by an ongoing fascination with pop culture, Dave Krueger’s maximalist aesthetic is defined by dense systems of geometric…
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1:26 The Art of Epilepsy

August 15, 2019 By Megan Harrigan

Congratulations to Cole Fox, Amanda Gantner, Ted Gram Boarini, and Rebecca Turner who have been selected to exhibit in the…
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7Greens x Arts of Life

July 28, 2019 By Vincent Uribe

Arts of Life is pleased to announce the launch of local business and new community partner 7Greens-Chicago, which recently opened…
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Volunteers help us make progress!

July 15, 2019 By Catherine Norcott

Volunteers are very helpful.  They give me encouragement. And they are very considerate.  I like to have conversations with them.…
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Voices from Inside the Studio: What is Disability Pride?

July 15, 2019 By Christea Parent

This Saturday Chicago will host its 16th Annual Disability Pride Parade, where hundreds of people with and without disabilities will…
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The North Shore Studio Welcomes Two New Artists

July 14, 2019 By Andreana Donahue

The North Shore studio recently welcomed Debra Johnson and Omar Abulsheikh to the Arts of Life community, two new artists…
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Walk and Talk!

July 12, 2019 By Diane Florian

North Shore studio artists, Amanda Gantner, Carol Pyes, and Edward Rawski took a break from art making to join me…
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