CRETE | The Crete Public Library’s Mastering the Arts, for children 5 to 8 years old, is a beginning art experience exposing children to basic concepts and skills through the Picturing America program.
Secret Agent 23 Skidoo will perform June 8 at the Downtown Homewood Art & Garden Street Fair.
Firecut Glass will demonstrate artwork on June 7 and 8 in downtown Homewood during the sixth annual Art & Garden Street Fair.
An example of Margaret Mosaics artwork to be on display at the Downtown Homewood Art & Garden Street Fair on June 7 and 8.
HOMEWOOD | The sixth annual Downtown Homewood Art & Garden Street Fair is from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. June 7 and from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. June 8.
FLOSSMOOR | Each school year at Homewood-Flossmoor High School, the 3D Studio Art students design and create a sculpture to be added to the art collection on campus.
RIVERDALE | The artistic talents of Dolton West Elementary District 148 students will be highlighted during the school system’s annual Fine Arts Festival this week through Thursday at Park Elementary School, 14200 Wentworth Ave.
Rozanne Priebe presented step by step instructions on how to paint the still life and each attendee went home with a finished painting to hang on their wall.
Nita Schmitt cleans her brush in order to use the next color in her still life flower painting. To enhance her painting skills, Schmitt attended the Crete Public Library's acrylic painting workshop led by local artist Rozanne Priebe.
Students of the American Dance Center will be performing in April in Los Angeles at the Dance Excellence International Dance Festival. Pictured in the top row are Hannah Stovall, Shannon Mulcahy, Kaylee McKenna and Kelsey Reiter. In the bottom row are Aurora Slivinski, Kristen Brady, Alexis …
HOMEWOOD | The American Dance Center staff and student body in Orland Park and Homewood, are the only school selected to represent the state of Illinois and the USA this April at the 2013 Dance Excellence International Dance Festival in Los Angeles, according to a news release from the dance…
Nathan Manilow Sculpture Park curator Geoffrey Bates narrates for participants at last year's winter walk. The annual event also includes a chilli dinner.
UNIVERSITY PARK | Experience a winter landscape filled with great art during the annual winter walk and chili dinner at Governors State University’s Nathan Manilow Sculpture Park from 2 to 5 p.m. Jan. 26.
WHEATON, Ill. | Ice sculptors can be hot and cold.
Ice carver Dan Rebholz, of Wheaton, Ill., carves a Santa Claus with a chainsaw in his studio which is about 65º F allowing him to carve faster. Rebholz said his favorite ice carving tool is the chainsaw and its usually the first one used on his sculptures. Rebholz has carved more than 15,000…
Ice carver Dan Rebholz, of Wheaton, Ill., puts texture into an elephant sculpture at his studio World Class Ice Sculpture in Villa Park, Ill.
UNIVERSITY PARK | “Wind Waves,” a 2010 work by Mexican artist Yvonne Domenge, is the latest addition to the permanent collection at Nathan Manilow Sculpture Park.
UNIVERSITY PARK | Governors State University is inviting veterans to join a new Veterans Writing Group, where they will discover the craft of narrative writing in a small, supportive group environment.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | The Christopher Art Gallery at Prairie State College is hosting Natural Connections, featuring artists Donna June Katz, Connie Wolfe, Jane Fulton Alt, and Vivian Visser.
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