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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 (please call to schedule a tour), exhibition publications, exhibiting artists’ talks, interviews with curators and exhibition opening receptions at no charge to the public. 

The ongoing Studio Exhibition series highlights the variety of exceptional artwork made in our EAC classrooms by featuring student work in our galleries. Each Studio Exhibition is coordinated by the instructor, who curates contemporary and thought provoking exhibitions of their students’ artwork.

STUDIO EXHIBITION: INDEPENDENT STUDY, FIGURE SCULPTURE

January 11 - February 9, 2020

Opening Reception: Sunday, January 19, 1-4pm

In this independent study class, Figure Sculpture students work informally from a nude model holding one pose per session. 

The ongoing Studio Exhibition series highlights the variety of exceptional artwork made in our EAC classrooms by featuring student work in our galleries. Each Studio Exhibition is coordinated by the instructor, who curates contemporary and thought provoking exhibitions of their students’ artwork.

AZADEH HUSSAINI: ArchiWalls

January 15 - February 16, 2020

Opening Reception: Sunday, January 19, 1-4pm

Panel Discussion: Sunday, January 26, 1:30-3pm
Join us for a panel discussion with Azadeh Hussaini and Leili Adibfar. Leili Adibfar holds an MA in English from Loyola University Chicago and is currently a PhD candidate in the Art History program at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Her primary research is on Iranian modern art after 1945.  

EAC FACULTY EXHIBITION

January 11 - February 16, 2020

Opening Reception: Sunday, January 19 from 1-4pm

The Evanston Art Center boasts over 90 accomplished artists as faculty members teaching in ten visual art departments. This January, we spotlight over 60 of our talented instructors in this biennial exhibition displaying the breadth and depth of our faculty's artistic abilities.

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