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Join "Creative Conversations" – a forum and lecture series curators host during gallery exhibitions. Phantom Gallery Chicago explores how artists transform the city by contributing to civic dialogue and quality of life. These installations will inspire "Creative Conversations," where artists will talk about their art practice." CREATIVE CONVERSATIONS" is a forum/lecture series hosted by curators during gallery exhibitions. The Phantom Gallery will examine how the city influences art and how artists transform the city by contributing to civic dialogue and quality of life. These installations will produce "Creative Conversations," presenting artists speaking about their art practice.

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Compound Yellow is run by a generous, collaborative group of local volunteers. We are always happy to accept help and participation whether through facility maintenance, installation assistance, event management, or public... more

I have made it my mission to visit as many countries on the African Continent as time and funds permit. I am inspired to paint the energy of each experience. My travels on the African continent have taken me south to South Africa,... more

A creative conversation with Phil Cotton, on how he is rebranding, repurposing, and reconstructing his art practice in the time of a new world narrative. As a former student of Design and the Fine Arts, my aesthetic influences are both... more

Keith Struve is the co-chair of the Evanston Art Center's Exhibition Committee. He is also a private art dealer specializing in 20th Century American artists. He is the son of an art dealer and has been around art for nearly 60 years. He has... more

Elena Gonzales, Ph.D., is an independent scholar and curator focusing on curatorial work for social justice and museums' roles in society today and the author of Exhibitions for Social Justice from Routledge's Museum Meanings... more

Jane Carney, who currently serves on the exhibitions committee of the Evanston Art Center, joins Creative Conversation to comment on, the words "curate and curator" both widely used and hotly debated. Are we all curators? What does it... more

Jevoid Simmons As long as I can remember I've been an art maker. I'm not grounded in any specific artistic system. Art classes were a part of my educational experience from grade through junior high school. Of all the schooling received... more

Michel Delgado was born on the West Coast of Africa, in Dakar, Senegal. Pursuing a path to the arts from a young age, his work has become an outlet for inquiry, honesty, and memory. Throughout the 1980's he lived in Paris,... more

Debra Salter creates one of a kind, hand painted original designs that are also functional art pieces. Her philosophy when creating her jewelry displays is the same as her home decorating. ?Indulge in the visions that one should not limit... more

Sholo Beverly is an artist working in mixed media, inspired by the organic shapes in nature, and the visual stimulation of the female body and energy. She has learned to embrace her mistakes making for a better understanding of what the... more

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