The “Granddaddy of American Art Festivals” returns to Chicago’s glorious Grant Park on June 17th and 18th. Celebrating its 60th year, the award-winning Gold Coast Art Fair welcomes 300 juried artists from around the world!
The Contemporary Art Show at Navy Pier will offer extraordinary artwork of all mediums, including ceramics, fiber, furniture, glass, jewelry, metal, mixed media, paintings, drawings, photography and wood.
Hubbard Street’s annual gala benefit brings together hundreds of notable personalities from Chicago’s business and creative communities, the company’s world renowned artists, alumni and more for dinner, cocktails, auctions and dancing.
The festival will showcase the work of more than 60 of the city’s most diverse artists who work in a variety of mediums, jewelry, sculpture, photography, glass, wearables, home decor and mixed media.
Cinema/Chicago, the presenting organization of the Chicago International Film Festival, is a year-round non-profit cultural and educational organization dedicated to fostering better communication between people of diverse cultures through art.
The show will take place on September 24, 2015 at Revel Fulton Market. The evening will include a live auction, retrospective fashion show, signature cocktail, and dancing to tunes spun by one of Chicago's top DJs.
EXPO CHICAGO presents artwork from 140 leading galleries around the world, including EXPOSURE—a section that affords younger galleries the opportunity to participate in a major international art fair.
The International Manufacturing Technology Show is one of the largest industrial trade shows in the world, featuring more than 2,000 exhibiting companies and 114,147 registrants.
The West Loop Art Fest will showcase the work of more than 150-juried artists from across the country in a variety of mediums, including paintings, glass, ceramics, photography and jewelry.
A 1,000-pound penguin? A 14-foot trigger fish? See those and more at Washed Ashore: Art to Save the Sea, a limited-time special exhibition featuring 19 larger-than-life sculptures of aquatic animals, created entirely from plastic beach trash.