Sunday Schedule

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Arts Week Headquaters

Pick up Arts Week Guides, meet friends before heading out on the Self-Guided Art Walk, redeem for our Arts Week Drink Promotion, ask questions about the weekend’s festivities, relax in our faux living room with couches equipped with charging stations by Burrow,  and visit our Handmade Market!

Sunday at Headquarters Features*:

VISUAL: Gathr and various artists from the Arts Week Closing Party 
MUSIC & MEDIA: Outdoor buskers – see schedule under MUSIC, CHIRP Radio
HANDMADE: J&L PogonotrophicsLilla BarnMolly Costello Art & DesignSophia ReyesStellaLily art bus, The Mala Workshop
CULINARY: Noir d’Ébène Chocolat et Patisserie
PUBLIC: Art installation by Confetti Gals, couches by Burrow
LITERARY: David Jay Collins

*We continue to invite artists to take part in the festivities at Arts Week HQ. Please continue to check back for updated information. 

Arts Week Closing Party

Lisa Splet’s painted Stillhouse can will be featured in the Arts Week closing party along with work by several other artists.

5-10PM: Jerry’s | The Andersonville Arts Week Closing Party & Silent Auction will benefit nonprofit Arts of Life and is sponsored by Stillhouse Whiskey and Dearborn Denim. The event will feature Stillhouse Whiskey can art by 10+ Arts Week artists, a silent auction of Andersonville items and Andersonville punch. Come toast to a great Arts Week! Learn more and RSVP here.

Featured Artists:
Marie Alesis
Sonya Bogdanova
Salvador Campos
Michael Goldberger
JD Johnson
Steve Nolan
Jaime Reda
Kaleigh Richards
Isaac Riddle
Bree Schaffer
Narineh Seferian
Lisa Splet


Artist Anthony Wolf at Gus Giordano Dance School does an artist demo during Arts Week 2017.

11AM-6PM: Self-Guided Art Walk | See mobile map on home page

12PM: Swedish American Museum | Photographer David Girson returns to the Museum to share his exciting story of how he discovered a box of old glass negatives at an estate sale and the long road that resulted in the exhibit in the Museum’s Wallenberg gallery.

Time TBD: Andersonville Antiques | Live painting demos with Kate Augustyn

1-3PM: Murray & White | Misericordia’s Creative Arts Program artist demo

2-4PM: Chicago Methodist Senior ServicesResident Art Gallery at Wesley Place – Creativity lasts a lifetime. Join CMSS for a new exhibit featuring artwork by two residents, Keith Raub and Jan De Geode. These retired professional artists have continued their creative pursuits while living with memory loss.  Join CMSS for this inspiring showcase of resident art accompanied by musical entertainment at no cost. Refreshments will be served.

At Andersonville Galleria

12-2PM | The Mala Workshop with Norbert White

2-4PM | Create your own lamp shade with True Muse. Register now.

4-6PM | Leather Flower Making with Julie Kramer. Register now.


All Day | The Andersonville Chamber invites buskers to perform throughout the district

1-2PM: Andersonville Stringsviolin  
2-4PM: Thomas Perryguitar duo

AT DALA HORSE (Clark & Farragut)
Ron & Rachel Show

3-5PM: Philadelphia Church | Join Lia Nicine McCoo and Keryn Moriyah on a wonderful faith musical journey in a sound tapestry of gospel, spiritual, jazz songs. The dynamic duo, with rich vocal harmonies takes you to heights that you’ve never been before and memories of no return.


10AM-1PM: StudioUs | Kids art workshops. For more info or to sign up visit $10 per class.

The Family Show at Chicago Magic Lounge every Sunday.

2PM: Chicago Magic Lounge | The Family Show – Buy Tickets Now!


11AM-4PM: Schools Say Enough Sidewalk Challenge in front of Arts Week (1511 W Berwyn) | Artist Jacqueline von Edelberg brings the Schools Say Enough Sidewalk Challenge to Arts Week. Hundreds of schools across the nation have suffered horrific gun violence since Sandy Hook. 7K kids have been gunned down. More than 187K have been traumatized. Enough is ENOUGH.

Armed with nothing more than boxes of chalk, students are asking Americans to get down on their hands and knees to bring an end to gun violence. All you need is a piece of chalk. Write the name of a school, victim, or survivor of gun violence — or simply write #Enough. Post a picture or video of your sidewalk chalk protest to social media and nominate five friends to do the same.

12-1:30PM: Clark Street Walking Tour with Chicago for Chicagoans – Andersonville Arts Week Edition | Chicago for Chicagoans hosts a special abbreviated version of the Andersonville neighborhood tour! Join us for a special 1.5 hour look at the history, businesses, & architecture of North Clark Street in conjunction with Arts Week, featuring guest collaborator Leyla I. Royale! Tours begins in front of the installation at Foster & Ashland (a short walk from the Berwyn Red Line station), and will conclude at First Slice Pie Cafe over their famous apple pie! Tour is pay what you can with advance RSVP required. Register Now. 

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