Come meet artist Jonathan Franklin and enjoy seeing his newest work.
Reception for Oak Park artist Linda Boardman, whose work is on display in the Main Library Art Gallery during the month of May.
Learn how your body and spine work, and how natural chiropractic care can help you alleviate pain, be more healthy, and improve the quality of your life. Presenter: Dr. Katie Lemley-Costianis.
Join Oak Park artist Anthony Abboreno for a reception in the Main Library Art Gallery. Abboreno's exhibit featuring dramatic images of famous people, including John Lennon, Frank Zappa and Amy Winehouse, is on view through February 27.
Meet the Oak Park-River Forest High School faculty artists at a reception from 5 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, Jan.. 15, at Oak Park Art Gallery.
See the work of the talented art faculty at Oak Park-River Forest High School in the exhibit titled 117 Years of Teaching Art at the Oak Park Public Library Art Gallery through Friday, Jan. 30. The faculty artists include Department Chair Melinda Novotny, with the other art teachers Sandy Campbell, Michelle Carrow, Mark Collins, Pennie Ebsen, and Tracy VanDuinen. A variety of media, painting and photography, and a variety of subjects are represented in the show.
Clients of PADS and community members are invited to a weekly writing workshop, Monday evenings from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the Veterans Room of the Main Library. Library staff and people from PADS will lead the group in writing exercises to share stories and experiences. Refreshments will be served.
River Forest artists Judy and Bob Steed, along with daughters Bridget and Kathryn, will showcase the family's art talent in an exhibit titled "A Family Affair: Art X 4" in the Oak Park Public Library Art Gallery through Jan. 3, 2015. A reception for the Steed family artists will be Saturday, Dec. 6, from 2 to 4 p.m. The reception is free and open to the public. While Bob Steed concentrates on portraiture, his wife Judy Steed makes stained glass mosaics. Bridget Steed is a painter and Kathryn Steed is a photographer. The artwork will be available for purchase.
Oak Park Artist Lindsay Olson interviewed scientists, engineers and operators at the worlds largest waste water treatment plant in Stickney, Illinois, to learn the real story about water in a dense urban area. Her art exhibit, "Manufactured River" is a celebration of this live-saving service most of us take for granted.
Oak Parkers: A Portrait of a Villageexhibit by Eileen Molony will be on display at the Oak Park Public Library Art Gallery from Sept. 2-29. Oak Parkers is a series of 52 images that capture who and what Oak Park is but could be Anywhere, USA, according to Molony, an Oak Park resident herself.