Current Exhibition & Up Next

All Galleries: In View: Member & Faculty Exhibition

January 10-January 31, 2020

Opening Reception: Friday, January 10, 5:30-8:00pm

The Annual Member and Faculty exhibition at The Art Center Highland Park (no fee to submit). All eligible will be able to participate by uploading their image on entrythingy. (Images by Jill King and Jeanne Garrett)

Participating Artists:

Adrienne Aaronson, Charles Adler, Jill Ahrens Moot, Rene Hugo Arceo, Bonnie Arkin, Elana Ashley, Sandra Bacon, Mary Barnes-Gingrich, Dennis Barnett, Ina Beierle, Jody Berns, Michael Birnbaum, Donna Bliss, David Brodsky, Margaret Buchen, Will Butzlaff, Stephen Butzlaff, Kathryn Butzlaff, Terrence Coffman, Rieny G. Cualoping, Ellen Fishman, Nona C. Flores, Linny Freeman, Jonathan Friedman, Jeanne Garrett, Alexander Gashunin, Bud Greene, Ahmed Ibrahim, Tatijana Jacenkiw, Judith Joseph, Alexis Kanarek, Erin Kaya, Heather Killian, Jill King, Anne Kleinerman, Mike Barret Kolasinski, Jill Kolker, Jamie Kost, Ellyn Lanz, Jenny Learner, Lezlie Lenz, Boruch Lev, Venturino Liberatore, Angela Lombardo, Heather Lowery, Terry Luc, Linda Lutz, Elyse Martin, Ruti Modlin, Robbi Montgomery, Libertino Morales, Robert Nonnemacher, Mary Nott, Rhonda Pawlan, CK Pearlman, Amy Perlman, Amy Perlmutter, David Robbin, Ann Rosen, Karen Ross, Susan Ruder, Caren Helene Rudman, Debra Katz Sampson, Gert Savitz, Richard Schnadig, Jan Schultz, Regina Siske, Mary Seyfarth, Marla Snyder, Ana Spencer, Judy Solomon, Cynthia Staples, Tobi Star Abrams, Cheryl Steiger, Jeff Stevenson, Agneta Stoken, Howard Tatar, Mindy Tiberi, Verna Todd, Frances Vail, Christine Warner, Ed Watson, Serene Wise, Samantha Younis
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February Youth Art Month!

February 4-12: District 113

Opening Reception: February 6, 5:30-7:30

       

February 14-24: District 112

Closing Reception: 5:00-6:30

 

PhotoVoice:

February 4-24

Opening Reception: February 6, 5:30-7:30

Closing Reception: 5:00-6:30

For our second year, TACHP teams with the Highland Park Police Department and Edgewood Middle School, inspired by the International Program. Photovoice combines photography with social change and self-portraiture.  The HP police asked students at Edgewood to create a photograph to reveal what a healthy life means to them. “It’s all about choices. Students are faced with making choices every day. The most important choices they are faced with often have an impact on their health and well-being.”Edgewood Students have joined in partnership with the Highland Park Police Department, and the Highland Park Art Center, in a PhotoVoice Art Gallery Event, showcasing student’s artwork and captions about Feeling Good!

Students have…..

  1. Created an art piece or photo…
  2. The students have typed a brief narrative describing their creative and innovative piece. Their narratives explain what they see and feel when they look at their artwork or photo! Inspire change and Feeling Good!
  3. The Highland Park Police Department framed the projects and The Highland Park Art Center will feature the art work at the PhotoVoice Exhibit