Evanston Art Center
VISITOR INFORMATION FOR COVID-19 GUIDELINES: When arriving at the EAC during our Gallery Hours, please wait outside and call us at (847) 475-5300 for entry. All visitors are required to wear masks and take their temperature upon entry using provided gloves, and share results with an EAC staff member. Please adhere to 6' social distancing requirements when in the gallery space.
The Evanston Art Center's online Art courses have something for everyone and every schedule. Subjects include: painting, drawing, sculpting, jewelry, bookbinding, and much more!
Participation is easy. Here’s what you’ll need:
-A smartphone, tablet or computer that has a camera and connects to the internet.
-Zoom downloaded to your device prior to starting class.
-Supply list that is posted with your course.
Did you know?
Becoming a member of Evanston Art Center will get discounted rates on classes
Students with disabilities are welcome! If you require any accommodation to fully participate, please contact EAC’s Director of Education with as much advance notice as possible.
The Evanston Art Center (EAC), founded over 90 years ago in 1929, is an integral part of community life, providing access and experiences in the arts to people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities. Through free, community-based events, workshops, exhibitions, artist talks and panel discussions, EAC helps expand its mission to provide accessible arts education and arts enrichment experiences to the community and the surrounding areas.
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 opening receptions at no charge to the public.
Opening receptions typically held on first Sunday of exhibition 1–4pm.
Installation view: Desmond Beach: Color Me This, 2019