Art in Alternative Spaces


 

CLICK HERE FOR LINK TO 2ND ANNUAL HIGHLAND PARK ART WALK (2007)


2006 ART WALK ARCHIVED INFORMATION BELOW:

Artists works can be viewed at the following spaces:     A Pea in the Pod,  Bank of America, Betts, Betty Schwartz's Intimate Boutique, The Bootery, Ciao Ciao, Deborah Fell, Fibres, First Bank of Highland Park, Gallery 60035,  Goodies, Hair Image, Hi-Land Art, Jolie Maison, Kaehler Travel Works, Lori's Designer Shoes, Michelle's, Inc., National City Bank, Naturino, New Balance North Shore, Paper Source, Princeton Frame & Art Gallery, The Right Start/Babies to Kids, Saks Fifth Avenue, Spaces and Views/Lee Lumber, The Silk Thumb, Stationery Station, Sunflower, and Trendy Haircuts.
 

 

CLICK HERE TO VIEW ARTWORK FROM 2006 ART WALK

Click Here to See Photos from the 2006 Opening Party, Poetry READING, Chalk Event & Book Signing

Read the 2006 Art Walk Review

2006 EVENT CALENDAR   (Dates/Times Subject to Change)

DATE/TIME EVENT LOCATION ADMISSION

Saturday, May 6, 2006 (7 pm - midnight)

Opening Reception

Artists Jury Awards Presented   8 pm

Silent Auction closes 9 pm

1946 First St.

Highland Park, IL

By Donation at Door

May 7 - 27, 2006

(Thurs 12-7pm, Fri-Sun 12-5pm)

Regular Viewing Hours

Gallery 60035

1946 First St.

Highland Park, IL

Free

Saturday, May 13, 2006 (7 pm - 10 pm)

Members of Highland Park’s East on Central, a non-profit organization which publishes its own literary and arts magazine, will read their poetry.

Borders

595 Central Ave


Highland Park, IL

Free

Saturday, May 20, 2006 (noon - 3pm)

"CHALK IT UP!"

Kids create sidewalk art with chalk

Also book signing by Cornelia Maude Spelman, noted author of the "When I  Feel..." children's books

outside in front of Right Start/Babies to Kids

478 Central Ave

Highland Park, IL

Free
     

Art Walk 2006 Volunteers and Committee
Ruth Garte
Sumner Garte
Alfred Klairmont
Yelena Klairmont
Emma Kowalenko
James Lynch
Irving Moses
Judy TepferLarry & Mary Jane Barenbaum
Debbie Brown
Laura Coyle
Howard Jacobs
Sheila R. Miller
Christine Milostan
Mary Parisoe
Ted Preuss
Carol Qualkinbush
Enrique Suarez
Jill Zylke
 

2006 Awards
The artwork in this exhibition was juried by Paul Klein.   The following awards were presented to the artists during the reception on May 6th at Gallery 60035.

Best of Show – Julia Spencer Katz
2nd Place – Ted Preuss
3rd Place – Michael Thompson
Merit Awards – Yelena Klairmont, Karen Perl, Charlie B. Thorne, Benjye Troob

Jurors
Paul Klein – Mr. Klein is a successful veteran art dealer who just closed his Chicago gallery Klein Artworks after 25 years to form the non-profit Chicago Art Project. Its mission is to examine, chronicle, exhibit and advance the art and culture of Chicago and its regions and to create a Chicago Museum for Chicago art and artists. See www.chicagoartproject.org for more information.
 

CONTRIBUTORS

Cubism Sponsors ($500 +)

Imperial Realty Co.

First Bank of Highland Park 

Mesirow Financial Corporation   

Impressionism Sponsors ($250 +)

Robert Perlmutter

Lee Schenk-Washington Mutual

Surrealism Sponsor ($150 +)

Rick Nelson

This project is partially supported by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency and a City Arts Program I grant from the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs.

In-Kind Donors


                

Art Walk Reception Donors

 

Art Walk Silent Auction Donors
Adesso gift certificate, Apollo Theater gift certificate, Apple Tree Theater gift certificate, Artists' Frame Service Gift Certificate, Chicago Cubs autograph photo of  pitcher Jerome Williams, East Bank Club guest passes, Good’s of Evanston gift certificate, Metropolis Performing Arts Centre gift certificate, Michelle’s gift certificate, Old Town School of Folk Music membership, Ravinia - 10 lawn admissions to any Chicago Symphony Orchestra concert, The Second City gift certificate, Seven Ten Lounge Pool Party for Four,  Stoney River gift certificate, Writer's Theatre gift certificate, Zanies Comedy gift certificates and more!

Accessibility

The businesses and locations where artwork is on display are all handicap accessible.

Travel & Parking

The closest Metra stop is located at 1800 St. John's Ave in downtown Highland Park.    Go to www.metrarail.com for fare rates and schedules.


Port Clinton Square Garage Parking Map

Nearby parking is available at Port Clinton Square

3-Hour Free Parking, 6-Hour Meters

Cost: $3.00 for 6 Hours

Free Unlimited Parking on Weekends

Entrance on Laurel Avenue

 

 

 

 

 

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 contact:

Anatomically Correct               info@anatomicallycorrect.org