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Evanston Art Tour

Saturday, October 14, 12 -5 p.m., visit artist studios, galleries, venues and public art throughout the city of Evanston. Maps will be printed and published online, with locations of artsy interest. All spaces are free and open to the public. Click here to see the map.

Artist Studios

Amanda Evanston • 1600 Dempster

Angela Williams • 1099 Fowler Ave.

Ausrine's Art Room • 1123 Florence Ave.

Darren Oberto, Chris Green, Ross Martens, Avram Eisen • 1712 Sherman Avenue, Rear

Fran Joy • 2527 Jackson Avenue, Apt 1W

Joyce Elias • 1210 Sherman Ave.

Carol Hammerman • 1119 Hinman

Leon Litinsky • 612 Michigan Ave.

Linda Lewis Kramer • 1236 Sherman Ave.

Noyes Cultural Arts Center Artists: Jennifer Presant, Jules Kunhardt, Daniela Kovacic, Sarah Kaiser, Bonnie Katz, Zafar Malik, Monica Sageman, Adriana Poterash
927 Noyes

Galleries

The Saw Room • 1712 Sherman, Rear

Evanston Art Center • 1717 Central St.

Perspective Gallery • 1310 1/2 Chicago Ave.
Photographs by Verna Todd + Howard Hart

Ice House Gallery • 609 South Blvd.

Block Museum of Art • 40 Arts Circle Drive
Carrie Mae Weems: Ritual and Revolution
Wiliam Blake: The Age of Aquarius

Public Art/Installation

Terrain Biennial
9 locations across West Evanston, all walking distance from one another. Map http://v1b3.com/terrain-biennial-evanston/
Evanston artists: Shawn Decker, Kristin Mariani, Ben Blount, Kevin Valentine, Mat Rappaport

Jason Brown, It's Just a Phase
Construction fencing at Fountain Square

Janet Austen, Attached
Elliot Park

Indira Johnson, 10,000 Waves
Smith Park

Murals

Ruben Aguirre • Dempster & Sherman Aves
Alfonso Piloto • Foster at Jackson &
Shawn Bullen • Elmwood between Grove & Davis
Dustin Harris & Lea Pinsky • Church Ave., btwn Darrow & Ashland
Nick Goettling • Central and Green Bay

Venues

1026 Davis Street
James Deeb • Taco Diablo
Joey Garfield • Five & Dime
LuLu’s • Madeline Kelch

Open Studio Project • 901 Sherman Avenue

Cultivate Urban Rain Forest • 704 Main Street
Works by Shar Coulson

 

Earlier Event: October 7
First Saturday Art Openings