Hyde Park Art Center reopened
When: Preregister for your visit using Event Brite here. Click here to register for low-capacity hours.
Where: 5020 S. Cornell Avenue, 773-324-5520. Always call to confirm. Subject to change without notice.
Hyde Park Art Center reopened – Exhibition viewing hours are FREE and open for reservations FAQ
Monday: Session 1 10-11:30; Session 2 12:30-2; Session 3 3:30-5
Wednesday: Session 1 12:30-2; Session 2: 3:30-5; Session 3 6:30-8
Friday: Session 1 10-11:30; Session 2 12:30-2; Session 3 3:30-5
Saturday: Session 1 10:30-12; Session 2 1pm-2:30
February 22, 2021 – April 3, 2021 Gallery 1, 2 & Cleve Carney Gallery
Ground Floor, an ongoing Biennial exhibition since 2010, brings together work by Chicago’s most promising emerging talent. The exhibition offers a single destination to discover artists, who have recently graduated (in 2019 and 2020) from one of Chicago’s five outstanding MFA programs and whose work demands to be seen and supported.
February 22, 2021 – April 3, 2021 Gallery 5
The exhibition’s title, Next Window, Please is borrowed from a photograph taken during the Spring 2020 Advanced Photo class of a drive-through window filled with notes asking customers to move forward. The photograph and title speak to the current moment on so many levels. They are about our desire to move forward and to our new relationship with windows, digital or physical, that keep us safe and together at the same time.
February 22, 2021 – June 12, 2021 Kanter McCormick Gallery
Cuts and Beats refers to the title of Chicago-based artist and educator, Cecil McDonald Jr.’s most recent body of work in which the artist subverts historical images, like publicity stills from Black artists in the Vaudeville and Minstrel era, by transforming them using techniques of photo collage, video, and performance combined with his own photographs.
Permanent Installation South Stairwell
Mythology buffs, lovers, and all casual explorers of the art center will enjoy this site-specific, temporary wall painting by Kay Rosen.