On Sunday, February 28, 2021, the Evanston Art Center is pleased to invite the public to the opening of Interpolations featuring the work of Michael K. Paxton.
The artist will be present during the event.
Registration is required. Sign up via Eventbrite.
Time slots to view the exhibitions are 12:00pm - 1:00pm; 1:15pm - 2:15pm; 2:30pm - 3:30pm. Registration is required, as a limited number of visitors will be allowed in the gallery space at the same time.
The safety and security of gallery staff and visitors is essential.
- ALL visitors are required to wear masks and take their temperature upon entry using provided gloves, and share results with an EAC staff member.
- Please adhere to 6' social distancing requirements when in the gallery space.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Michael K. Paxton is a sixth generation West Virginian and Chicago based artist with awards that include a grant from the Adolph & Esther Gottlieb Foundation, Inc., New York; Illinois Arts Council Fellowship in Visual Art Award and two Professional Development Grants; Fellowships with both Air le Parc, Project and Research Center, Pampelonne, France and Jentel Artist Residency Program, Banner, Wyoming; a Marshall University Alumni Award of Distinction; six Professional Development Grants from Columbia College, Chicago; two CAAP Grants,. Chicago, IL; Open Studio Residency, Department of Cultural Affairs, Chicago, IL and a Purchase Prize, Union Images: 100 Years of the Chicago Federation of Labor, Chicago, IL.
Image: Michael K. Paxton, Interpolate #11, 2021