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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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CURATORIAL PRACTICE IN THE VIRTUAL SPACE- Part 3: Rose Cannon Showcasing inclusion, diversity, and equity with artists of color in the creative world. The purpose of the art show is to showcase inclusion, diversity, and... more

Caryl Henry Alexander, Artist/Environmental Installation Artist: For more than 40 years her work has harnessed the power of creative collaboration with multi-generational, multicultural, and interfaith communities. Together, we... more

FRAN JOY, a recipient of the Evanston Mayor's Individual Artist of the Year Award, is known for her works depicting women's issues and topics of social injustice. Her subjects are wide-ranging, including intimate portraiture, ethereal... more

The Evanston Art Center (EAC), an artistic hub on the North Shore for over ninety years, believes that some communities are all too rarely represented in the curatorial world. To address this situation, the EAC has developed a recurrent,... more

Lavon Nicole Pettis is a Creative Business Development Specialist who blends her background of Psychology and Sociology into the world of creative professionals such as fine artists, writers, actors, and cultural arts musicians... more

Daphne Burgess is an African American artist living and working in the Sacramento region. Her work has been shown in galleries and exhibitions including the Valley Artists Sculpture Exhibition, Sojourner Truth Art Museum,... more

Using tactical urbanism, as a tool and art in placemaking, Sojourner Truth African Heritage Museum kicked off its Community Mural Beautification and Educational Workshops on July 15th,2019. Professional artists working with the museum... more

Shonna McDaniels, a visual artist, and community activist, envisioned an institution to preserve Black history and celebrate the accomplishments of African American people and their legacy. As a result, the previous name of Sojourner... more

Dionne Victoria is a Chicago artist whose artwork is a meditative tool to heal and express the internal landscape of the soul in an external world. Her artwork can be viewed nationally and she has exhibited internationally. Dionne Victoria... more

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