Fine And Visual Arts
This piece of artwork titled "Link" by Midwest artist Barbara Cooper is one of the items to be on display at Prairie State College in the "Abstract Impact" exhibit.
This piece titled "My Cloud" by Midwest artist Shelley Gilchrist will be on display at Prairie State College from Monday to Dec. 12.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | Prairie State College is hosting “Abstract Impact,” from Monday through Dec. 12 in the Christopher Art Gallery, located on the PSC main campus at 202 S. Halsted St.
Homewood-Flossmoor High School's Visual Arts Department has been recognized as the Best School Art Program in the state this year. Teachers are, from left, Melissa Sauder, Greg Petecki, Jaclyn Wargo, Candi Helsel-Wilk and Kristine Weidenhoefer.
Student Vera-Patience Dureke works on her self portrait made with a wood-burning tool during an art class at Homewood-Flossmoor High School.
FLOSSMOOR | Art is more than a simple elective at Homewood-Flossmoor Community High School: it is a subject where students learn to observe, create, take an idea and make it come to fruition.
KANKAKEE | Keith Kibbons doesn't just make lemonade from lemons. He can turn a potential disaster into a work of art.
Take a look inside South Holland’s Artists Gallery, an exhibition that captures the heart and soul of this diverse community.
HARVEY | Restoration Ministries’ Gallery of the Arts Summer Session classes begin Monday with a weeklong musical theater class.
Students perform in the 2012 StagePlay production at Restoration Ministries' Gallery of the Arts in Harvey.
This painting is called "Southside Rush Hour," and is by artist Shahar Weaver, of Chicago. It is part of an exhibit by African-American female artists on display until July 10 at Prairie State College in Chicago Heights.
This photo, called "Roots," by Chicago artist Rose Blouin is on display at Prairie State College until July 10. It is one of several works by African-American female artists in the exhibit.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | Prairie State College is hosting “Sapphire and Crystals,” work by a collective of African-American women artists, from June 3 through July 10, in the Christopher Art Gallery, located on the PSC main campus at 202 S. Halsted St.
CRETE | The Youth Services Department of the Crete Public Library recently held a Mastering the Arts program on Native American art for children ages 5 to 8.
During a recent Mastering the Arts program, Crete librarians Kathy James and Judy Richert shared the art work of Lakota native Black Hawk. Black Hawk captured his people and nature in his drawings in the 1800s. Pictured are children posing arm in arm to mimic one of Black Hawk's drawings.
Youth Services Librarian Kathy James shares a reproduction of a painting by Black Hawk, a Lakota Native American in the Crete library's Mastering the Arts program.
This photo by Chicago Heights resident Arasely Hernandez is part of the community wide photography project by citizens in conjunction with Union Street Gallery on Otto Boulevard.
Gloria Holman, of Chicago Heights, took this photograph as part of the city's community wide citizen photography project, which will be celebrated at the Union Street Gallery on May 11.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | On May 11, Union Street Gallery, 1527 Otto Blvd., will host a free Arts & Jazz Festival. This festival will conclude the “Rediscovering Chicago Heights” community photo voice project that has taken place over the past six months.
CRETE | The Crete Public Library’s main floor display case holds pictures taken by Crete resident Carol Wentz.
Follow The Times
NITCO broadband runs on a dedicated line so you will not have …
We provide U-Haul rentals along with automotive services including:
We offer Term Life, Universal Life, Whole Life and other life …
Questions about the new Health Insurance Marketplace? Attend a FREE seminar where our licensed certified IN Navigators will be on hand to discuss all of the options.
In business for over 42 years, we have the expertise to get yo…
Should the Indiana State Board of Education issue an apology for members' secret plea to legislative leaders?