Show & Tell for Adults in Evanston

Chicago Artists’ Month kicked off this week and it is expanding to the suburbs. On Saturday, October 4 from 2 to 4 p.m.

ecology center

An opening reception at Curt’s Cafe will kick off Show & Tell for Adults, an open exhibit featuring Evanston’s local talent. Two locations will host a month-long exhibit of art work created by adult Evanstonians, the Evanston Ecology Center at 2024 McCormick Boulevard and Curt’s Café at 2922 Central Street.


The event’s mission is to let adults get back in touch with their creative side–something that gets lost after childhood Show & Tells have become a rite of passage. This year’s theme is Nature & the Environment.


My Kedzie’s Red Amirals diptych and my Damselfly-Dragonfly diptych were both selected for this show, which includes art related to conservation, animals, flora and fauna, or humanities’ connection to the earth and nature.


The Admirals are in the Ecology Center’s hallway, and I will confirm where my Odonata are hung later this week. Come out before the end of the month to see this lovely show!


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