The current exhibitions at ARC will be holding a closing reception at the gallery from 3 to 6 PM on Saturday, June 19th. Please come!
On Sunday June 13 at 2:00pm, ARC will host a tea for prospective members of ARC. Come to the gallery to meet the members and learn about the workings of ARC and how to apply for membership.
Esther Charbit will be showing her paintings entitled “Jewels” thru the month of April at Gallery 203, Flat Iron Building, 1575 N. Milwaukee in Wicker Park. The artist’s reception is Fri. 4/2 from 6-10PM.
Granite Amit ARC affiliate member, will present her Installation “On The River Already” as part of the exhibition- Pathways and Portals: Art, Nature and Science
Illinois State Museum Chicago Gallery
100 W. Randolph Suite 2 -100
The installation conveys the tension which stem from the juxtaposition of two interpretations of Merkava- the ancient Jewish ecstatic, meditative journey, and Merkava the brand name for an army tank designed by the Israeli military industry…
Thursday, February 11, 5-7:30 PM
The exhibition will run till- May 7, 2010
“The Art-Student Exhibition”
This non juried exhibition aims to give visibility to a wide range of work being created by Illinois art-school students. It will be an open-walls exhibit with a size limitation of 24″ wide by 30″ high for 2/D work (this is a maximum-the work can be any size smaller.) 3/D work will be accepted, but it can be no larger than 12″ x 12″ x 12″. The exhibit is open to any student enrolled in an art school in Illinois. The work submitted must be accompanied by a note from a professor attesting that the student artist is indeed enrolled in an art school art class (although the work does not have to be work done in class). Only one work per art student may be submitted, accompanied by a $25.00 hanging fee. All work meeting the above requirements will be hung. All work submitted must be brought into the gallery on November 19-21 2009 from 12 noon to 6pm. No mailed or shipped work will be accepted. Prizes: 3 winners will be chosen by a panel of art educators. Winners will be featured on our website; and will be invited to share a space at ARC for a month-long exhibition of their work at a time to be designated in the future.
Anne Farley Gaines, ARC affiliate member has four works in the The June and Francis Spiezer Collectionwhich will be on exhibit at the Rockford Museum of Art, 711 N. Main Street, Rockford, IL, opening onFriday July 17th at 6pm. Anne states, “it is a rare showing of almost the entire collection which is only scheduled once every five or ten years. There are over 300 pieces. As you may or may not know theSpiezer Collection is the largest collection of Chicago art after 1975.” Included will be her new portrait of June and Francis Spiezer, Visionary Soulmates.
image by Anne Farley Gaines, Visionary Soulmates, watercolor
The ARC Scholarship Program is designed to introduce graduate and undergraduate students to the cooperative gallery structure available to women artists. ARC grants a one year Scholarship Membership (valued at $1,050.00) to the selected candidate. The recipient will be mentored by the artist members and partake of the benefits and responsibilities of all ARC members. This includes: attending opening receptions and monthly meetings, gallery sitting, installing artwork, reviewing proposals, planning exhibitions, grant writing, advertising, and more. Not to mention, participating in our annual members’ show and any scheduled traveling and/or exchange shows.
This is a competitive scholarship. Our candidate will be selected based on the quality of artwork, letter of intent, faculty recommendation, and demonstrated ability and interest in working within a woman artist-run cooperative gallery.
…”The Art Institute of Chicago is taking all of ARC’s 33 years of archives for their Ryerson Library to store for scholarly research on a permanent basis,” ARC Advisory Board Member, Joanna Gardner-Huggett announced. Learn more…
…was formed in 2006 as a coalition of ARC Gallery & Educational Foundation,
ARC Gallery is one of the three unique, non-profit arts organizations in the West Town neighborhood of Chicago that has joined forces to provide excellence in the arts through exhibitions, education and community programming.
To see a timeline of MAAC sponsored events click here, and see info about MAAC Gallery Walks in the news items listed above.