4TH FLOOR GALLERY
Curated by Marci Rubin
Exhibition Dates: November 20, 2020 – January 1st, 2021
Precious; an exhibition of original works expressing awareness with respect to the human non-human animal relationship curated by Marci Rubin. Accepting art that explores how our personal and communal decisions impact the relationships we have with non human animals. How do these decisions affect ecology, environment, & mental and physical health? Precious is an artistic celebration dedicated to the critters & creatures we cohabitate with.
Photo credit: “Trick or Treat” by Dan Nelson
Participating Artists include:
WHERE’S THE REVOLUTION
September 18- November 6, 2020
Opening Reception: September 18, 2020
Where’s the Revolution, is an exhibition featuring political art commentaries curated by Marci Rubin. The role of a political artist is to express different points of view regarding global politics and social justice standards. Throughout history, artists’ works have documented and reflected the signs of the times. Examples of original political artworks in the exhibition include: commentaries on the political global climate in our past, present or future; peaceful protest banners & demonstration art; portraits of activists & key figures involved in government & social change; propaganda & satire cartoons; dedications & depictions of social movements. Paintings, drawings, graphic art, photography, video, and sculpture will be showcased in Where’s The Revolution.
Garrett Leo Augustyn
Meredith Mays Espino
Kathy Blankley Roman
BRIDGEPORT ART CENTER SUMMER SHOW
July 17 – September 4, 2020
Invitational exhibition of work by Chicago-area artists
Anne F. Hanley
Kelvin Larue Taylor
BRIDGEPORT ART CENTER’S
8TH ANNUAL ART COMPETITION
Exhibition Dates: May 15 – July 3, 2020
Jurors: Ilze Arajs and Alan Leder
You are cordially invited to the 8th Annual Art Competition at the Bridgeport Art Center. This competition was created to showcase the exceptional talents and abilities of Chicago area artists. Over 3,000 in prizes will be awarded by two distinguished jurors including a $1,000 best of show award.
Illinois High School Art Exhibition (IHSAE)
March 8 – April 3, 2020
College fair and awards ceremony: March 8, 11am-5pm
3rd Friday Open Studios – March 20, 7-10pm
The IHSAE is a not-for-profit corporation whose mission is the advancement of visual arts education through exhibition. The organization is centered around a core principle of being a show developed by teachers, for students.
Already one of Illinois’ largest and most influential student scholarship exhibitions, this year, students from 105 high schools from across the state will have artwork on display in both the General Exhibition and the Senior Scholarship Exhibition. Hundreds of seniors submitted curated portfolios of artwork for scholarship consideration by colleges and prestigious fine arts programs across the country. With all this talent being reviewed, many of these seniors are the recipients of multiple scholarship offers– in 2020, 32 high schools received over $1 MILLION in scholarship offers for their senior artists.
WOMEN’S CAUCUS FOR ART
2020 Juried National Exhibition: Collectively Shifting
January 17 – February 21, 2020
Reception: Friday, February 14, 2020 from 5-7 PM
The exhibition is part of the WCA’s national conference Intersectionality at Columbia College in Chicago.
Individuals do not have a singular identity, especially when we consider who we are and how we are. Rather we have numerous ways that we identify ourselves including race, class, gender, sexuality, age, and (dis)ability.
Artwork: Lucy Julia Hale
Ongoing Wall Street Scene Unequal Shares Gross Domestic Product
4” x 5 “ paper and altered photographic images, dollar bill, pencil and ink, 2015, NFS