Noyes Cultural Arts Center 927 Noyes St, Evanston, IL60201 Located on Noyes Street in Evanston, the Noyes Cultural Arts Center is a facility housing Evanston's Cultural Arts…More Division. The center features two fine arts galleries and a 190-seat theater. For information about upcoming performances and showings, visit the Noyes Cultural Arts Center website.
Evanston Arts Depot 600 Main Street, Evanston, IL60202 Located in the historic Evanston Train Station, the Evanston Arts Depot is a nonprofit art space housing the Piccolo…More Theatre, Custer's Last Stand, an arts fair, a coffee shop and The Human Process, a tai chi and Arica meditation center. For more information, visit the Evanston Arts Depot's Web site.
Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art 40 Arts Circle Dr, Evanston, IL60208 Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art is a fine arts museum offering numerous types of visual and meaningful programming…More for the greater Chicago area. The museum offers numerous exhibitions and showings throughout the year and also holds all types of lectures, classes, programs, and workshops with artists and scholars from around the country. The museum has numerous collections and pieces, including contemporary art, sculptures, computer art, film and more.
Harvey Art & Antiques 1035 Wesley Ave, Evanston, IL60202 Harvey Art & Antiques is tucked away on a quiet residential street in central Evanston. The fine art collectors and…More sellers don't have a show room to speak of, though they do shows occasionally. For nearly 40 years now, Harvey Pranian and his team have been collecting art and pieces related to the Americas, whether North American, Central or Native American.
Evanston Art Center is one of the oldest and largest community art centers in Illinois. With a mission to…More integrate visual arts and make them a part of life, they provide a multitude of programs. Suited for every age group and every talent level, from beginner to teacher, there's a way for anyone to get involved.
Providing classes and workshops, visits to art collections and exhibitions, and volunteer opportunities, the Evanston Art Center is committed to community involvement in the arts.
A list of different events and classes offered is available on their website, or stop by to see the latest works displayed.
Liparini Art Restoration 823 Main St, Evanston, IL60202 Since 1981, Liparini Art has worked to restore a variety of art mediums. The shop works with painting, sculpture and…More architecture. It handles large, public pieces as well as small, private collections. The staff is professional and informative, and can answer any questions or concerns customers may have about art restoration.
Art Encounter 927 Noyes St, Evanston, IL60201 This non-profit educational organization was founded in 1978 to bring awareness and appreciation of contemporary visual…More art to people of all ages and backgrounds. Based in the Chicago area, the company shares its interactive discussion methods with schools, elderly residences, community centers, private art collections and artists' studios. Art Encounter hosts special events like gallery walks, trips, workshops and customized programs for art-based groups and corporations.
Blick Art Materials 1755 Maple Ave, Evanston, IL60201 In its present location since 2001, Blick Art sells a tremendous variety of art supplies, including acrylic and oil…More paints, brushes, pencils and sketch pads, portfolio cases, even educational arts games for children. The store is located just north of the CineArts Theater in downtown Evanston. Parking is available either at metered spaces along Maple Avenue or inside the garage directly across from the store.
Yantar 624 Grove St, Evanston, IL60201 Yantar is the showroom for the works of Teresa Marie. The wide collection of artful pieces shown in the store includes…More silk clothing, art and drapery, amber broaches, pendants, necklaces, earrings and cards featuring photography and graphics. Teresa Marie's art has been shown at many craft shows including the Annual Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show, One of a Kind Show and Sale Chicago and Smithsonian Craft Show.
The Halstead School of Portrait and Figure Art 927 Noyes St, Evanston, IL60201 The Halstead School of Portrait and Figure Art offers painting and drawing classes and workshops focusing on the human…More figure for individuals of all artistic skill levels. The school was founded by portrait artist Richard Halstead. He frequently does commissioned work and his art has appeared at the National Portrait Gallery and the Hall of Governers in the Illinois State Capitol.
Ethel M. Barber Theater 30 Arts Circle Dr, Evanston, IL60208 The Ethel M. Barber Theater is a performing arts venue in the heart of Northwestern University. It hosts various…More arts-oriented shows and performances throughout the year. For information regarding upcoming shows, call the number provided.
Art + Science 811 Church St, Evanston, IL60201 Art + Science offers haircuts and styling, from modern to everyday wearable. The studio also provides full-service body…More waxing and wedding party specials. An in-house apprenticeship program is offered for stylists looking to become Art + Science employees.
The Actors Gymnasium 927 Noyes St, Evanston, IL60201 The Actors Gymnasium is a not-for-profit organization located inside the Noyes Cultural Arts Center. It teaches…More circus arts, physical theatre and multi-disciplinary performance to children and adults. Classes include fitness, aerial arts, and gymnastics. The Actors Gymnasium produces original, daring works of circus theatre. The Noyes CTA Purple Line is less than a block away from the center.
The Open Studio Project 901 Sherman Ave, Evanston, IL60202 The Open Studio Project is a non-profit arts and social service organization that provides stimulating visual arts and…More writing experiences to inspire personal growth, interpersonal understanding, and social change. Serving both the general public and the diverse community of underserved local residents, the Open Studio Project offers workshops, classes, and exhibitions as a form of open-to-the-public art therapy. Equality between facilitators and participants and no critiquing art work creates the welcoming environment that springboards participants into confronting challenges in their lives proving that, as their motto goes, art can change everything.