Exhibitions

32nd Annual Student Art Show

Eagle by Abbey Mark

March 7 – April 11

Reception: March 15, between 1-4PM
This exhibition provides an opportunity for the public to view the work of talented students in local schools.  Students from kindergarten through high school use a variety of materials and techniques to create dynamic 2-D and 3-D works. This highly-popular show is a great introduction for young artists, some of who’ve exhibited as students and returned years later to exhibit again as adults. 


WDSRA & Little City

March 7 – April 11

Reception: April 26, between 2-4PM
Special needs students from Western DuPage Special Recreation Association and Little City's Center for the Arts exhibit individual and collaborative works for the public to enjoy. Often referred to as "outsider art," these works are produced by non-professionals working from a personal vision.

Little City's exhibition, titled "Inner Visions," features the art of the Studio Artists of Little City. There will be an opportunity to meet many of the artists at the reception. 

The programs offered at Little City’s Center for the Arts are innovative and groundbreaking, driven by the creativity, ingenuity and talent of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Moreover, the artists and artwork that have come to light as a consequence of this program are simply outstanding. Their work is widely recognized as being among the elite in the Outsider Art genre. 

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