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Young Lady With Long Pipe, 2011 Oil on Canvas H 30 Inches X W 20 Inches © Leon Sarantos copyright
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Lakeside City Oil on Canvas H 15 Inches X W 30 Inches © Leon Sarantos copyright
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Cobb Hall Lamp With Maroon and Green Ivy, 2011 Digital Photography © Leon Sarantos copyright
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Waterspout on Bond Chapel, 2011 Digital Photography © Leon Sarantos copyright
Rogers Park ArtWalk

1448 W. Morse Avenue
Chicago, IL 60626
October 15th, 2011 - November 6th, 2011
Opening: October 15th, 2011 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.rogers-park.com/2011/10/roger...
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
Michigan Ave/Downtown
EMAIL:  
lalva@rogers-park.com
OPEN HOURS:  
Office hours: 9AM to 5 PM, ArtWalk 24/7
TAGS:  
art-walk photography, digital, realism, landscape, abstract, modern, traditional
COST:  
Free

DESCRIPTION
1st Annual Rogers Park ArtWalk

Rogers Park Business Alliance invites you to the 1st Annual Rogers Park ArtWalk.
This curated ArtWalk is currently taking place in the Glenwood Avenue Arts District and continues until Sunday, November 6, 2011.  Storefronts are displaying art work from 25 professional artists. Also, B1E Gallery, Evil Squirrel, Heartland Café and Lifeline Theatre are showcasing art.  This event was created to be part of Chicago Artists Month.
Free Customer Parking at Misión Cristiana Elim parking lot 1615 W. Morse Ave. (Ashland & Morse) every day from 8:00 am to 3:00 am WITH THE FOLLOWING EXCEPTIONS: no parking Fridays from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm, no parking Sundays until 5:00 pm. LOT TOWED AT 3:00 AM DAILY.
Mile of Murals The Mile of Murals is a community public art project that is creating a mile of murals along  the concrete embankment of CTA Red Line tracks within the Glenwood Avenue Arts District from Pratt to Touhy on both sides of the tracks. This summer we are continuing the project with a new installment on the east side of Glenwood Avenue from Morse to Lunt. Local artists Lea Pinsky and Dustin Harris coordinated this wall; they led last year’s block-long mural from Lunt to Greenleaf. For this project RPBA and Clark/Morse/Glenwood SSA #24 recruited, coordinated and oversaw a small group of professional artists that worked together as a cooperative: Diana Berek, Chiara Padgett and Juan Carlos Perez. This year’s theme for the project is “Patriotism in Everyday Life”.
Street Sculptures 12 sculptures were created by local resident, artist and business owner Andy DeLaRosa  (B1E Gallery) and other artists working at his gallery to be displayed on the street. These pieces of art, created entirely of recycled materials, are displayed on the sidewalk on Morse Avenue as a permanent exhibition.