Opening: Friday, Dec 13, 6 – 9 pm
Dec 13 - Jan 4
One After 909
One After 909 is pleased to present Reminiscence, a group exhibition celebrating the first eighteen months of the gallery’s existence. Artists Cindy Bernhard, Patty Carroll, Salvador Dominguez, Hale Ekinci, Michiko Itatani, Jeroen Nelemans, Omar Velazquez, Art Paul, and Rodrigo Lara each bring the traditions and customs from their countries of origin or cultural backgrounds to the selected works in “Reminiscence.”Learn More
Honoring Sierra Club: Plein Air Painters Chicago
Friday, Dec 13, 5:30 – 8:30 pm
Palette & Chisel Academy of Fine Arts
The PAPC honors the mission of the Sierra Club… to “explore, enjoy and protect the wild places of the earth,” especially when it comes to the wild places in Chicago. Paintings of nature include scenes of the lake front, Chicago River, and parks throughout the area. A percentage of sales will be donated to the Sierra Club.Learn More
Randolph Street Market: Holiday Market 2019
This December 14+15 find the most unusual and stylishly crafted mix of vintage and modern decorative objects, housewares, fashion, art, kidstuffs, fancy foods & hostess gifts from 125 VINTAGE DEALERS & MAKERS!
Enjoy our market bar for a Bloody Mary, beer, wine or champagne and local eateries while browsing vendors on three floors in the Plumbers Hall building! Enjoy cocktail samplings from our Smirnoff Season Pop Up and get your free popcorn in the Sports Bar!
Opening: Friday, Dec 13, 5 – 7 pm
Dec 13 – Feb 23
Hyde Park Art Center (HPAC)
New Edition, the latest professional pathways program developed by the Center, is conceived as a way for artists to thoughtfully experiment in another medium that they have never before seriously attempted. Participants—who are all Hyde Park Art Center alumni of either The Bridge Program, The Center Program, or Ground Floor—enroll in Art Center courses such as screen printing, monotype printing or ceramics, or work instead at the FabLab at UChicago’s Polsky Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, which offers a range of 3-D printing resources and workshops.
Audubon and Natural History Art Collections Tour
Free tour to introduce visitors to Joel Oppenheimer's Audubon and Natural History Art Collections from 17-19th centuries.
Tour begins at 11am on Saturdays during the Holiday Season and lasts about 20 minutes.
Tours are led by a gallery specialist and are a wonderful way to start a Saturday morning!