This year’s visual art exhibitions can be found at all three festival hubs: in the Festival center, at the Hairpin Arts Center and at the South end on Belden.
The Festival Center at Milwaukee and Logan features five curated art exhibitions with ceramics, photography, prints and more.
The Hairpin Arts Center, presented by Tito's Handmade Vodka at 2800 N. Milwaukee is pleased to feature two visual art exhibitions:
See details on each of the exhibitions below.
Founded on the premise that art should be a democratic and empowering medium, Spudnik Press Cooperative is committed to being an approachable and affordable print shop; a space where professional printmakers merge with aspiring students; a space that encourages collaboration and the sharing of ideas.
Theme: The 2012 Ten x Ten Project
Additional work by:
Sonnenzimmer, Regin Igloria, Jeremy Tinder
There will also be a hands-on printing activity!
Penguin Foot Pottery is a ceramics studio located in the Logan Square/Bucktown neighborhood of Chicago. They offer classes and workshops for all ages, and original art for sale too!
LATITUDE directly supports emerging and established artists by providing access to advanced digital media equipment, a professional production space, and a curriculum dedicated to real-world workflows and contemporary art theory. LATITUDE exists to serve as a platform for nurturing the engagement between working artists. The space allows for the highest quality of creative production at an affordable price.
Theme: City on the Make
Chicago has always been a home to dreamers, schemers, beamers and silk screeners; no matter when we have arrived to Chicago it has taken its hold on all of us. This is the city of big shoulders where we rest our head as we gaze up to the sky and dream about tomorrow.
Walker Blackwell, Eileen Mueller, Victor Yanez-Lazcano, Matt Austin, Maria Hummel
AnySquared is an artists' collaborative that organizes exhibitions and events. Because we are artists, we strive to make art part of the everyday existence in our community.
Kayla Koeune, Steven Barrett, Luis Sahagun, Gabor Esperon, Peter J. Schulz, Jennifer Hines, Molly Brandt, Jerry Cargill, Thomas