Artists Run Chicago 2.0 installation view including miniature exhibition curated by Julius Caesar.
A home for creativity and community. Stimulating and sustaining the visual arts in Chicago since 1939.
September 1 - November 2, 2020
Our exhibition is FREE and open for viewing by reservations and limited walk-ins. For more information and to make your reservation, please visit the links below.
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Check out our Virtual Talk: How Do Artists Run Chicago?
In conjunction with our upcoming Artist Run Chicago 2.0 exhibition, we held a virtual talk with the Alma Wieser of Heaven Gallery, John H. Guevara of Chuquimarca, Erik Peterson of Compound Yellow, Eric May of Roots and Culture and Tracie Hall of Rootwork for a discussion about the early beginnings and evolution of creating and running an artist run space, sustainability, and the obstacles and rewards of being an artist run space. We will also be touching base on how COVID-19 will ultimately impact their work as cultural practitioners, and the financial and emotional impact the pandemic is having in reference to the art world.
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