In View

Opening: Thursday, Jan 10, 2019 5:30 – 7:30 pm
Thursday, Jan 10 – 29, 2019

1957 Sheridan Rd.
Highland Park, IL 60035

This opening night of this favorite annual art exhibition will showcase the artistic talents and works of the TACHP community, featuring more than 50 original works of students, emerging, and professional artists who are TAC members and/or faculty. A wide range of artistic experience and media has meant an exuberant and unique show each year. The exhibition will run through January 29th.

“Whenever I visit classes in session I’m impressed with the work being created by our students, and of course are faculty is made up of some of the best professional artists in the area”, says Executive Director James M. Lynch. “I’ve only seen a preview of the work so far, but it’s really something to look forward to”.

Featured Artists (at time of press release): Tobi Abrams, Bonnie Arkin, Jody Berns, Sandra Blank, Donna Bliss, Margaret Buchen, Stephen Butzlaff, Kathryn Butzlaff, Will Butzlaff, Zoe Carlson, Linny Coale Freeman, Winifred Courtland, Rieny G. Cualoping, Susan Dorn, Jill Dunbar, Nona Flores, Tim Flynn, Jonathan Friedman, Ravid Friedman, Jeanne Garrett, Marilyn Hollander, Tatijana Jacenkiw, Judith Joseph, Alexis Kanarek, Jan Keller Schultz, Jill Kolker, Jamie Kost, Jacqueline Kott-Wolle, Emma Kowalenko, Ellyn Lanz, Patricia Larson, Anne Leuck, Boruch Lev, Rino Liberatore, Terry Luc, Linda Lutz, Elyse Martin, Liber Morales, Robbi Montgomery, Abby Neumann, Tracy Ostmann Haschke, Amy Perlmutter, David Robbin, Trude S. Roselle, Ann Rosen, Karen Ross, Susan M Ruder, Caren Helene Rudman, Debra Katz Sampson, Peggy Schutze Shearn, Terry Schwartz, Laurence J Segil, Regina Siske, Judy Solomon, Cheryl Steiger, Mindy Tiberi, Verna Todd, Robert Tolchin, Stephanie Welter, Samantha Younis, Robin Zweig.

Winter classes start that same week, with the first sessions on January 7th, and nearly 20% of classes are new, including: Lightroom Basic and Introduction to Exposure (photography), Multi-Level Mosaics with Broken China, Intro to Steel Fabrication (jewelry), Hands On for younger artists (9-13), Creating Vector Graphics with Adobe Illustrator, The Art of Calligraphy and Decorative Borders, Relief Printing for Fabrics, Portraiture Through the Eyes of the Masters, and more.

Registration is online at, and the catalogue can be browsed at Drop in registrations are available Monday through Friday, 9-5, and Saturdays till 3:30, or are taken by phone at 847-432-1888.