A home for creativity and community. Stimulating and sustaining the visual arts in Chicago since 1939.
UPCOMING PUBLIC PROGRAMS
Visit our new webpage dedicated to providing our ceramic students with updates and important information regarding Sagan-Hill Ceramics Studios.
Check out our Artist Talk with Heather Brammeier for her recent solo exhibition, "Maybe Never."
Join artist, Heather Brammeier and our Curatorial Fellow, Gervais Marsh for an artist talk for Brammeier’s exhibition, Maybe Never.
Maybe Never is a solo exhibition by sculptor, painter, and installation artist Heather Brammeier. Through a new site-responsive installation that connects contrasting colors with geometric forms, Brammeier’s work engages the viewers’ physical and perceptual boundaries. Asymmetrical stacking, attention to surfaces, and the use of light and shadow elicit contemplation on the difficulty of balancing hope with acceptance. This exhibition was selected by the Hyde Park Art Center’s Exhibition Committee from the Open Submission Program.
Workshops, openings, sessions & forums that promote critical inquiry and inspire creativity.
Classes for all ages & experience levels, from drawing & painting to exploratory digital art.
Programs that bring artists from around the world to create & collaborate right here in Chicago.
Ways to be a part of what’s happening at Hyde Park Art Center, in any way that’s right for you.
We bring artists and communities together to support creativity at every level.
Hyde Park Art Center requires proof of vaccination for all eligible visitors ages 5&up. Masking and distancing are also required when visiting the Art Center.
Within its facility, the Art Center offers a comprehensive roster of programs that work in concert to make contemporary art more approachable. It does so by involving the community in dynamic engagement with art and artists through exhibitions, artist talks, studio art classes, an international residency program, free public events, and professional development opportunities for artists. Outside its walls, the Art Center’s outreach programs in historically underserved neighborhoods bring the visual arts to Chicago youth, their teachers, and their families.
By developing socially adept programming that finds new ways to engage diverse audiences in the work of Chicago’s artists, the Art Center makes space for transparent interaction with art and the artistic process, inspiring creative exploration and encouraging exchange between audiences and artists.