Opening Wednesday, November 30th, from 2:30PM - 5:30PM
On view through Friday, December 16th
Visiting Artist Talk + Artist Reception: Violet Luczak
McHenry County College is thrilled to host a Visiting Artist Talk + Artist Reception for Violet Luczak’s solo exhibition, I’m not an Artist, I’m A Beggar. Both events are free and open to the public, and the exhibit will be up through December 16 in Galleries One & Two.
Artist Talk & Reception: Wednesday, November 30
2:30 p.m. — Artist Talk in the Bersted Lecture Hall, A240 | Presented virtually on Zoom: https://mchenrycc.zoom.us/s/92678052350
4:00 p.m. — Reception in Gallery One, A212x
Based in Chicago, Violet Luczak holds her MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art and her BA from Elmhurst University. Luczak is a current Chicago Art Department Resident and was previously a 2020 Talking Dolls Resident in Detroit, Michigan.
Luczak has shown at various spaces, including, but not limited to, Jackson Junge Gallery, Cleve Carney Museum of Art, St. Louis Artist Guild, WomanMade Gallery, Hyde Park Art Center, Wasserman Projects, DragonFLY Gallery, Mercedes-Benz, Ann Arbor Art Center, Marriott W Hotel, and the Fulton Street Collective. Luczak recently debuted her first solo show, An Udder Disaster, at Talking Dolls in Detroit, MI, in 2020. She has been published in New American Paintings, No. 147 MFA Annual Issue, Young Space, and It’s Nice That.
Luczak currently serves as a faculty member at McHenry County College.
View Luczak’s work at www.violetluczak.com or on Instagram @violet_luczak_design