Opportunities For Artists

July 27th, 2011  |  Published in Opportunities

Seeking alternative exhibition spaces or ways to get involved in the art community?
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Oak Park Library Branches offer a place for your Art to Hang
- Dole Branch Library has room for up to three pieces, for more details contact Linda Bonner at 630.460.8750 for specific details
- Maze Branch Library  - The next available display date is September 2012. For more details contact Jessica Roble Cinelli at 708-386-9032 to get on the schedule

 

Whole Foods River Forest would love to feature another Oak Park Art League artist in their café.   They are looking for small to mid-size 2D work or small wall  mounted sculpture(s). If you are interested in exhibiting there, Whole Foods wouldlove to help promote another member of our local art community.
Contact Julia Evans
Marketing & Community Relations Specialist
Whole Foods Market – River Forest
julia.evans@wholefoods.com
708.366.1045 x 126

Prairie Title - Oak Park Art League Artist Members are encouraged to exhibit their work at our satellite gallery, Prairie Title. The group exhibit of four different artist’s works rotates every 2 months and promotes OPAL and our membership in the community.  For more details and to sign up contact the gallery office at (708) 386-9853 or opal2004@sbcglobal.net

  • Trattoria 225 at 225 Harrison St. is looking for abstract artists to display artwork in their restaurant. If they are interested they should contact Craig Charlton at craig@trattoria225.com
  • The Oak Park Regional Housing Center is seeking artists to display work in their refurbished lobby at 1041 South Boulevard. The walls are 10’ w x 10’ tall and 10’w x 4’ tall. Interested artists should speak to the Housing Center’s Executive Director Rob Breymeir, 708-848-7150
  • Penny’s Noodles has exhibition space available immediately for a 2D artist at their Oak Park location. Contact Mary at (708) 660-1300 1130 Chicago Ave, Oak Park, IL 60302.
  • The North Riverside Mall Theatre seeks artists to exhibit in their Art Display. If you are interested in more details please contact Elizabeth Ryder at Falk Associates, 847-675-2580,  elizabeth@falkpr.com
  • The Arts of Life is an artistic studio for adults with and without disabilities. They are looking for donations of canvas, window panels, or paper. Old unwanted paintings will be put to good use here.  The organization will also arrange pick up of the items. Contact Kelli Becker at 312-829-2787 ext. 14, tsarran@artsoflife.org,

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