For aspiring artists in the Chicagoland area, there are several events to look forward to this Fall. Even if you simply enjoy looking at art, these events will cater to the spectator as much as the artist looking for inspiration.
The Lincoln Square Art Walk
On Friday, October 16-18, the Lincoln Square Art Walk will take place. This event will feature a juried showcase, an exhibition of individual artists, and a group show featuring prize awards with a gala artist reception as well. There is plenty to enjoy here, and it will be at the Lincoln Square Venues in Chicago.
Foursided’s Presentation of Artist Adie Janci
This event will take place on Friday, October 9 from 6-10pm, and will feature new work from artist Adie Janci, as well as some live painting. Food and drinks will be available at the event, and should be a great time for all of those attending.
Adie Janci graduated from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and has produced artwork in a variety of mediums. She currently both lives and works out of her studio in Avondale. The event will be held at the Foursided venue in Chicago.
Opening of “Environment of Concern” Gallery
For who share a concern about the environment, the opening of the “Environment of Concern” gallery should be an interesting event. Taking place on October 9, from 6-8pm, this gallery will feature the photography of Allison Grant, Michelle Keim, Judy Natal, Alison Carey and Terry Evans.
Reception will begin at 6, and attendees will hear remarks from the artists at 6:30. It will take place at the Mary-Frances and Bill Veeck Gallery at Catholic Theological Union in Chicago. Free parking is available at this location.
The Artists at 3150 Open House
On October 17 from 3-8pm, you can view the open house for The Artists at 3150, featuring work from artists Nina Weiss, Daniel Weinstock, Robert Tolchin, Pamela Lee, William Goldman and Suzanne Horwitz. It will take place at The Artists at 3150 in Highland Park.
These are simply a few of the many art events you’re likely to see this season, leading us into winter with something to remember the fall by. We’ll also update with more activities later in the winter to keep artists occupied throughout that notoriously miserable season.