An Immersive Art Experience
May 14 - 16, 2021
This Spring 2021, the Evanston Art Center will host its first ever outdoor immersive art experience focused on creating upcycled and interactive installations for the public to socially engage with and think critically about reducing waste, recycling, and repurposing disposable objects. This 3 day exhibition will help further expand the EAC’s audience, draw more socially conscious attention to environmental issues, as well as assist in raising funds that continue to support the mission of the Evanston Art Center.
100% of the ticket sales from this event will support the Evanston Art Center, a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization. All sale proceeds benefit the EAC’s exhibition, education, and outreach programs.
Tickets to reVISION are on sale now! Register today!
Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door*.
To reserve your ticket today, register online through Eventbrite. After registering through Eventbrite, all participants will need to bring a digital or printed copy of their tickets to enter into the event.
The first 50 ticket holders will receive a complimentary swag bag, so register today!
*If you purchase a ticket at the door, please note there may be a wait depending on social distancing guidelines.
- Friday, May 14th from 12pm - 6pm
- Saturday, May 15th from 12pm - 6pm
- Sunday, May 16th from 12pm - 5pm
Timeslots are each 30 minutes. It will take around 30 minutes to walk through the entire exhibition.
Featured Artists include...
- Sandra Bacon and John Hatlestad
- Shel Howard Beugen
- Sarah Fagerman, Ellie Hazlett and Heather Kipper
- Jody Garland
- Ann Marie Greenberg
- Boruch Lev
- Bishal Manandhar
- Brian Petrone
- Luis Schachner and Jiaqi Zhang
- Carole Spelic
- Samantha Younis
- Toby Zallman
- Students of District 65
- Students of Evanston Art Center
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Face masks and social distancing are required throughout the event. Learn more about our COVID-19 safety protocols.