Evanston Paints

Inspired by Herve Tullet’s “Art of Play,” Evanston Paints are  free, community art workshops that invite all ages to paint and create in a fun, playful environment. All art created in workshops will be collected, organized and exhibited at the Evanston Art Center in June 2024 in celebration of Evanston Made’s 10-year anniversary.

The project opens participants to the importance and enjoyment of making art, and engages artists of all ages and abilities to express their creativity. This community art project is FUN, FREE to attend and open to artists (everyone) of all abilities. 

 

UPCOMING WORKSHOPS

  • Evanston Paints Workshop, Sunday, May 5, 12-2p at the Maker’s Market in the 1800 Maple Ave., Parking Garage, 5th Floor in Downtown Evanston. FREE to attend w RSVP here.
  • Evanston Paints Workshop, Thursday, May 16, 5-8p at the Main Dempster Mile Arts & Craft Crawl. Click here to purchase tickets to the crawl. 

 

PRESS

  • “Evanston Paints helps children and adults find their inner artist”, Daily Northwestern article here
  • Chicago North Shore Moms, Evanston Paints
  • Mommy Poppins, Things to Do in Chicago, Evanston Paints

 

Evanston Paints Exhibit

Artist Kathe Stoepel will install the art created in the workshops at the Evanston Art Center, June 1-28, in celebration of Evanston Made’s impact on Evanston’s arts community over the last 10 years. Click here to RSVP to the opening party, June 1.

Opening Party! Evanston Paints Exhibit at Evanston Art Center, June 1-28. Participants and the public are invited to see the Evanston Paints art on exhibit at the Evanston Art Center June 1-28, in celebration of Evanston Made’s impact on Evanston’s arts community over the last 10 years. Click here to RSVP

 

Call for Volunteers! We are looking for artists to help make these events a success! Help lead workshops, painting events and more! Click here to fill out the volunteer form and we will be in touch!

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