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Arrangement no. 96, 2012 Ceramic, Wood, Brass Dimension Variable © Courtesy of the Hyde Park Art Center
Front & Center
Curated by: Allison Peters Quinn

5020 S. Cornell Avenue
Chicago, IL 60615
August 10th, 2013 - September 21st, 2013
Opening: August 10th, 2013 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.hydeparkart.org/
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
South Side
EMAIL:  
generalinfo@hydeparkart.org
PHONE:  
773-324-5520
OPEN HOURS:  
Mon-Thu 9-8; Fri-Sat 9-5; Sun 12-5
TAGS:  
modern, digital, abstract, sculpture, photography, mixed-media, conceptual
COST:  
free

DESCRIPTION

Hyde Park Art Center proudly presents the second annual exhibition of work from participants in our flagship artist professional development initiative, The Center Program. The group exhibition Front and Center unveils artwork by the 2013 class of artists in this program that is dedicated to building critical dialogue for professional artists seeking to advance their work. The exhibition features new artworks in various media by twenty-seven artists from emerging to midcareer levels. Multi-media work by artists from the 2013 class of the Center Program.

The Center Program offers a group of artists the unique opportunity to develop a new body of work, receive feedback from professionals in the field, and work towards an exhibition to be held in Hyde Park Art Center’s main gallery. Over the course of six months, a supportive peer network, guest artists, gallerists, critics, and professionals push Center Program artists to answer tough questions, evolve their art, and ultimately produce a strong, new body of work to show. 

Hyde Park Art Center proudly presents the second annual exhibition of work from participants in our flagship artist professional development initiative, The Center Program. The group exhibition Front and Center unveils artwork by the 2013 class of artists in this program that is dedicated to building critical dialogue for professional artists seeking to advance their work. The exhibition features new artworks in various media by twenty-seven artists from emerging to midcareer levels. Multi-media work by artists from the 2013 class of the Center Program.

The Center Program offers a group of artists the unique opportunity to develop a new body of work, receive feedback from professionals in the field, and work towards an exhibition to be held in Hyde Park Art Center’s main gallery. Over the course of six months, a supportive peer network, guest artists, gallerists, critics, and professionals push Center Program artists to answer tough questions, evolve their art, and ultimately produce a strong, new body of work to show.

- See more at: http://www.hydeparkart.org/exhibitions/front-center#sthash.stMPQYQL.dpu

Hyde Park Art Center proudly presents the second annual exhibition of work from participants in our flagship artist professional development initiative, The Center Program. The group exhibition Front and Center unveils artwork by the 2013 class of artists in this program that is dedicated to building critical dialogue for professional artists seeking to advance their work. The exhibition features new artworks in various media by twenty-seven artists from emerging to midcareer levels. Multi-media work by artists from the 2013 class of the Center Program.

The Center Program offers a group of artists the unique opportunity to develop a new body of work, receive feedback from professionals in the field, and work towards an exhibition to be held in Hyde Park Art Center’s main gallery. Over the course of six months, a supportive peer network, guest artists, gallerists, critics, and professionals push Center Program artists to answer tough questions, evolve their art, and ultimately produce a strong, new body of work to show.

- See more at: http://www.hydeparkart.org/exhibitions/front-center#sthash.stMPQYQL.dpuf