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.
Chinese Cultural Academy 606 Dempster St, Evanston, IL60202 Owned and operated by Mary Ellen Langlois and Dorota Zak, the Chinese Cultural Academy offers Tai Chi Chuan classes to…More the general public. The school is dedicated to teaching Evanston about the Chinese culture.
Puerta Abierta Preschool 933 Chicago Ave, Evanston, IL60202 This non-profit school provides children with the chance to enrich their language and enjoy cross-cultural development.…More The curriculum is geared toward the development of fluency and literacy in English and Spanish.
Society for the Preservation of Art & Culture in Evanston 1245 Chicago Ave, Evanston, IL60202 The Society for the Preservation of Art & Culture in Evanston (also known as SPACE) is a performance venue with…More a capacity of about 250 seats. Though it is an all-ages space, is serves alcohol, but there is no food. Guests watching shows here, however, are permitted to order from the affiliated Union Pizzeria if they like. SPACE calls this practice "BYOP." SPACE has a calendar full of world music and folk rock events. See its website for details.
Many of the objects you'll see as you walk through the Mitchell Museum of the American Indian were collected by…More John and Betty Mitchell. The couple shared their passion for Native American art and culture with area residents. And in that spirit, the Mitchell Museum of the American Indian strive to provide a deeper understanding of the Native American art, history and cultures to all visitors of the museum.
The museum display collections from the Woodlands, Plains, Southwest, Northwest Native Americans as well as the Arctic Inuits and is one of a few museums in the United States that focuses exclusively on the American Indians.
Institute for American Universities 1830 Sherman Ave, Evanston, IL60201 The Institute for American Universities is an organization devoted to making sure that American students see the…More world. Or, at least, one very specific part of the world: the south of France. According to the institute, there is value in experiencing other cultures, and it is their mission to facilitate exactly that. Since 1957, the IAU has sent over 16,000 students out into the world to explore and learn.
Main Beauty Supply 838 Dodge Ave, Evanston, IL60202 Main Beauty Supply offers a variety of beauty products for women of varying ethnicities and cultures. Make up…More and hair products (including weaves), are all available, as well as accessories like sunglasses and handbags. There are also a number of sale and specialty items.