Art in Alternative Spaces
OUT OF THE BOX
Anatomically Correct's Out of the Box program is designed to help students learn to think "out of the box", nurture their creative spirit and boost their self-esteem. The program brings portable art exhibitions, workshops and demonstrations into K-8 and High Schools in Chicago and the surrounding suburbs. Programs can be designed to include a professional "Visiting Artist" who will work with students on a specific art project. After school programs are also available.
"We Got the Beat" - Musician/Artist Val Leventhal assists students from The British School in Chicago, IL in creating art from found and recycled objects.
Artist Sean Culver assists students from The British School in Chicago, IL to build a Cardboard City.
Artist Chris Zonta assists students from The British School in Chicago, IL in creating mosaic tiles.
Artist Chris Zonta assisted Elementary Students from the Daystar School in Chicago, IL with the creation of this Mosaic Mural titled Crossroad.
Artist James Paradiso assists students from The British School in Chicago, IL in the creation of their art projects.
Founded in 1991, Anatomically Correct is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to showcasing works by artists in alternative spaces in a combined effort to educate, diversify, and promote community awareness of the visual and performing arts. Contributions are tax-deductible according to law.
For more information on the Visiting Artist Program contact:
Anatomically Correct firstname.lastname@example.org
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