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Our galleries exhibit contemporary artworks by emerging and established artists. Group shows, solo artist exhibitions and retrospectives are juried by our exhibitions' committee, which includes exhibiting artists, curators, arts instructors and gallerists.

Our galleries are free and open to the public seven days a week. We offer docent led tours for individuals or groups, exhibition publications, exhibiting artists’ talks, interviews with curators and exhibition opening receptions at no charge to the public. 

STUDIO EXHIBITION: STUDENTS OF JANIS POZZI-JOHNSON

March 20 – April 16th. 

Janis Pozzi-Johnson’s Painting Studio Class will be exhibiting in the Second Floor Gallery.

This class provides students the opportunity to participate in a lively, interactive working environment. Students choose to develop paintings already in progress to a more finished, resolved statement, or address those challenging places in their work that have impeded forward movement. Skill development, use of materials, stylistic choices, personal imagery, and aesthetic content are addressed as students find their visual voice.

STUDIO EXHIBITION - METALSMITHING: JEWELRY & OBJECTS

March 20 - April 14, 2017

Opening reception: Sunday, March 26, 12-3pm

EAC Students’ artwork from Nancy Sickbert-Wheeler’s Jewelry and Objects class will be on display in the Second Floor Gallery. 

Students learn to refine their skills and build upon new techniques and design skills. Soldering, sawing, glass enameling, stone setting and construction bring together these finished pieces. Students combine copper, silver and brass using techniques and final finishes incorporated in each work to achieve its unique design.

 

SOCIETY! ARTWORK-IN-RESIDENCE | ADRIANA KURI ALAMILLO

March 5-26, 2017

 

What if an artist’s body of work could exist and develop somewhere in between the studio and the exhibition space? In order to provide artists a semi-public, hybrid work and exhibition space, the Evanston Art Center launched an inaugural “artwork-in-residence” program. Artists work on projects-in-progress, experiment with the display of their artwork, host studio visits and engage the community of the Evanston Art Center and the broader art community in the development of their work ways that they see fit.

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