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Hyde Park Art Center reopening Sept. 1
2020-08-18

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Hyde Park Art Center, 5020 S. Cornell Ave., will reopen its doors for limited exhibition hours starting Tuesday, Sept. 1.

The reopening will feature the Artists Run Chicago 2.0 exhibition, celebrating the work of 50 artist-run spaces and organizations that fuel Chicago's independent art scene.

To mark the 10th anniversary of the original Art Center exhibition, Artists Run Chicago ( 2009 ), Artists Run Chicago 2.0 examines the core motivations, trajectories and philosophies that have made the past decade generative for new models of artist-run initiatives to exist throughout the city and suburbs.

Free online public programming accompanies this exhibition, including monthly performances, workshops, and artist- and curator-led Art Center tours.

See HydeParkArt.org .


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