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Category Archives: Artists

July First Friday

Please join us for the July First Friday!  You can check out Najee Searcy’s music at MySpace.com/najeesearcy and reverbnation.com/najeesearcy      

Sentient Stones Solo Exhibition with Corinne Peterson

This exhibition runs May 7 -July 19 at Gallery 180 located in downtown Chicago at 180 North Wabash. “…art making is a force for exploring connections: between past and present, between opposing forces of nature, between intellect and subconscious, and between myself and clay. I draw inspiration from architectural and natural structures, such as the [...]

Alterpolitan – An Indoor Sculpture Garden

Do you Dream of being inside a human sized terrarium? Should that Terrarium be filled with the finest sculpture Chicago has to offer? Then dream accomplished. The Chicago Loop Alliance, Noisivelvet and Art Advisory Ltd have created a massive indoor sculpture garden at 77 S. Dearborn for your enjoyment. The space will be completely transformed [...]

May 4th is First Fridays!

With live music by Lydia Landor!  And a special exhibition of work by Lillstreet’s printmaking artist-in-residence Kate McQuillen in Print A.

Karen Avery in Art and the Urban Garden Exhibition at Lillstreet

New work by Farida Le Suave

In Paris?  Check out new work by Lillstreet sculptor Farida Le Suave!  

Lillstreet First Fridays!

Tom Lucas featured artist for Chicago Artist Month!

Check out the interview on Chicago Tonight! Thomas Lucas from Andrew Roddewig on Vimeo.      

Harvest Exhibition at the Edwardsville Art Center

Here are some photos that artist Dan Anderson took of Emily Schroeder Willis’ work at the Harvest Exhibition in Edwardsville, Illinois.  Other artist include: Karl Borgeson, Sam Chung, Susan Dewsnap, Rick, Hensley, Jan McKeachie-Johnston, Liz Quakenbush, Elizabeth Robinson, Mary Louise Carter, Shoko Teruyama, Sandra Trujillo, Kirk Lyttle.

Lillstreet Artists in American Craft Magazine

If you haven’t gotten your issue yet, Lillstreet was highlighted in this months American Craft Magazine.  They highlight Lillstreet Art Center and our First Fridays as a “one-stop shop for artists as well as for craft lovers”. check it out!