With the support and wisdom of Alderman Lopez and the finances of Chicago DCASE’s YOPA program AAC began a year-long project that addresses how to connect with the “peace inside.” the project has 3 components: (1) 8 weeks of art projects with all 8 grades of students leading to a large installation of over 250 … Continue reading AAC Starts Year-long Project
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.
Who starts a mural in the last week of October???? Jerry Rogowski starts prepping his uptown “Jazz” mural.
Young and old can’t help but smile and roll their heads back to look all the way up the wall as Tony Passero and his team begin his YOPA mural on Damen at the entrance to the 606. Who doesn’t feel better with all those colors dancing about?
Arts Alive Chicago, in partnership with the Forest Preserves helped to fulfill an Eagle Scout Project to beautiful a barricade.
Arts Alive Chicago’s artist Tony Passero designed a joyous mural for a lakefront underpass. Cyd Smillie helped to paint. The project was privately funded and approved by Alderman Cappleman.
West Englewood, home of I Grow Chicago’s Peace House and Food Garden hosted its 2nd annual Peace Festival for the community. Arts Alive Chicago brought a “Thoughts of Peace” wall with paper doves to color and comment on and then add to the wall. Joy is a nice feeling.
The first painted mural on a Chicago Public Library was almost lost to sun, wind, rain and age. Thanks to the Bezazian Library leadership this historic mural was revitalized. Originally painted with old house paint when colors were limited, the new look flashes a more sparkly smile with rich blues and sharp reds. Enjoy another … Continue reading AAC Updates Faded Library Mural
Arts Alive Chicago artist Tony Passero has led the way in working with corporations to create meaningful art events when they seek to support communities in need. This summer volunteers painted mock jerseys to become part of a dimensional soccer mural at a school in Pilsen.
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