The Art Center Highland Park (TAC) is a nonprofit community art center that has served the North Shore and Chicagoland area since 1960. Their 58th Annual Spring Benefit, Art Awakening: Making Art Available to All will be held on Friday, May 4, 2018, at 7 p.m. This is TAC’s largest fundraising event of the fiscal year. All money raised will help fund art scholarships, classes, workshops, exhibitions, events and programs to make art accessible to everyone throughout the year.
With work by: Nelson W Armour, Sandra Bacon, Ina Beierle, Ellen Campbell, Eco-Art LA (SCWCA) Collective, Dana De Ano, Doug DeWitt, Alyse Gamson, Susan Hall, Leah Hamel, Jeff Heaton, Jeanine Hill-Soldner, Deborah Hirshfield, Pearl Hirshfield, Catherine Jacobi, Lynne Jones, Kim Laurel, Gabriela Leyva, Grace Mattingly, Andrew Maxedon, Maggie Meiners, Bryan Northup, Darren Oberto, Kasia Ozga, john paterson, Sawyer Rose, Ann Rosen, Beth Shadur, Ruth G. Sikes, Cheryl Steiger, Mindy Tiberi, Elizabeth van den Akker, Amanda VanValkenburg, Juliane von Kunhardt, and Jonathan Ware
The event is expected to raise more than $100,000! Individual tickets are $175, and $150 for 40 and under. They can be purchased online at www.TheArtCenterHP.org or by calling 847-432-1888.