Arts Alive Chicago proudly supported Jerry Rogowski with his latest public art mural on Lawrence under the Redline station. The project was funded by Uptown United, the SSA for the area and approved by the CTA.
Arts Alive Chicago, in partnership with the Forest Preserves helped to fulfill an Eagle Scout Project to beautiful a barricade.
Did you know that Arts Alive Chicago rescues, repairs and restores existing murals? Touch-ups or complete re-do’s , we have rescued lots of older murals across the city.
ARTS ALIVE CHICAGO is the home of community paint projects like “Have A Seat” staged @ 6 Corners BBQ Fest 2017 . AAC’s newest member Amy Jo Arndt produced the highly successful chair event, coordinating 20 artists and sponsors to decorate chairs that now adorn the northwest side streets. With the tremendous help from Sip … Continue reading Have-A-Seat Art Event Partnership
Working with the remarkable adults and campers at I Grow Chicago in Englewood, Cyd Smillie paints her mural “What We Create” to honor women and all they do. This mural was inspired by the women’s march earlier this year and features images of many of the neighborhood’s women and girls.
AAC artist Cyd Smillie was selected to design and paint historic mural for Rockport, Indiana.
2017 Starts with a day at the races with Arts Alive Chicago Artists Tony Passero, Jerry Rogowski and Cyd Smillie each painting a mural in the concourse area of the Hawthorne Race Course.
Forest Glen Community Club raised funds and posted a call for submissions. Arts Alive Chicago artist, Cyd Smillie, designed a mural in two parts that fills the underpass on both sides of Elston. Titled “After Vivaldi” because it uses symbolic and realistic language to depict the four seasons and the flora and fauna of Forest … Continue reading After Vivaldi Mural – South