Chicago area fine art exhibition in the northwest suburbs. Submit paintings, drawings, mixed media, ceramics, fiber art, sculpture, metal. Contact Kathleen & Joe at submissions@culturea arts.com for details.
To Be Heard is a 4-week group fine art exhibition showcased in the Old Court House Arts Center located in Woodstock, IL. This exhibition focuses on controversial artwork and the power artists have to highlight issues and social causes.
This exhibition is an exercise in freedom of speech. The artwork in this exhibition takes a strong moral stance that either depicts intensely personal experiences or reflects and comments on society at large.
Some of the work in this exhibition has been censored, or, by nature of the subject matter would be considered illegal in some countries. Art has the power to evoke strong opinions and challenge the viewer to think about a social issues in a new way - we hope you come, not necessarily to agree with everything you see, but to at understand and acknowledge different points of view.
The exhibit will be in the Old Courthouse Arts Center, located on Woodstock's historic square, NW of Chicago. You may recognize the square from the film Groundhog Day.
Opening Night Reception: Saturday, Jun 2, 6:00-9:00 pm
The exhibition will be open June 2 - June 30
Gallery hours are Thursday - Saturday: 11:00am -5:00 pm, Sunday: 1:00-5:00 pm
Free Admission to the gallery. Artwork is available for purchase.
Old Courthouse Arts Center
101 N. Johnson St
Woodstock, IL 60098
This show is curated by J + K Isacson in partnership with the Old Courthouse Arts Center.
To purchase artwork from the exhibition, stop by or call them at 815-338-4525.
Violet Caroline Fisher
Kimberly Kuba Rodey
Jamie L. Louto
Heading graphic includes images from P.T. Jones, and invitational artists Cesar Conde, Richard Houser & Mary Telfer.
People’s Puppets of Occupy Wall Street
Leisa Shannon Corbett
Kathleen Sullivan Isacson