Welcome, Lisa Nemacheck, and the Yellow Heart Memorial. You can see it during all normal open hours in our atrium, the student entrance to our building, off the parking lot on the north side of our building.
For those that can’t make it to see the exhibit live (Monday-Friday, 10-4, Saturday 12-4) at 1957 Sheridan Road, here are the images you’d see. If you are interested in purchasing one of these pieces please reach out to us at email@example.com
These fantastic videos, dealing with our topic of COVID and its effects, were submitted by local video artists Spencer Sabath and Tema Temamnesh Summerfield as part of a project at Highland Park High School. Great work.
Affordable, unique art items, books and gifts now available in our lobby gift shop. Hours are M-F, 10-4, and Sat, noon to 4.
We’re really looking forward to this October 16 installation: Dia de los Muertos
As Streaming Reflections and enLIGHTen come to a close, I am reflecting on the impact it has made. There is a ‘wow’ factor, a true enlightening experience. The range of wonderment has been wide, from finding adults sitting deep in meditation engulfed in the changing colors of Bert Leveille’s installations, to filling the galleries with inquisitive elementary school students. Usually our gallery is lit with spot lights directed solely on the art, but here you enter a dark ethereal world with spiraling lights. If you haven’t seen it, try to come before June 8th!
Caren Helene Rudman, Curator
And I was lucky enough to host an event at TACHP during this incredible exhibit! BONUS