First Saturday Evanston Art Events
Evanston Made hosts First Saturday Evanston Art Events, April 3, inviting the community to experience Evanston’s thriving art scene. All events are free and open to the public, require masks, and practicing social distancing.
Art Exhibits and Openings
•Double Dose, group show by core members. SPACE900, 816 Dempster St., 12-4p
•Julie Cowan, Village Farmstand, 810 Dempster, 10a-3p
•Gallery 901, Open Studio Project, 901 Sherman Ave., 3-5p
•Missing: The Tree at Greenwood Beach, Joerg Metzner. Perspective Gallery, 1310-1/2B Chicago Ave., 12-5p
•Chelsea Lytle, Backlot Coffee, 2006 Central St., 7a-5p
•Jessica Malatia, Coffee Lab, 910 Noyes St., 8:30a – 7p
•TreMain Art, 838 Custer Ave.
Darrow Studios, ceramic and mixed media artists, 1711 Darrow Ave., 2, 12-3p
Alice George & Beth Adler, 1125 Florence Ave.
Ben Blount, 1123 Florence Ave.
Melissa Blount, 1127 Florence Ave.
•amy o. woodbury ART IN THE YARD sale! Paintings, collages and drawings, 1931 Colfax St., 9a-5p
•Kombucha Brava, Kombucha orders can be made online at https://kombuchabrava.com, 717 Custer Ave., 10a-3p
•Artem Pop Up Gallery, 1627 Sherman Ave., 11a-6p
•Alice George’s Affordable Art: MOVING SALE, 1125 Florence, 1-5 p
•Joanna Kramer Ceramics Studio, 1040 Wesley Ave., 10a-4p
•Luna Delgado Botanicals, 1402 1/2 Greenleaf, 12-4p
Art Under Glass
Mask up and stroll by art on display in storefronts across Evanston
•Laurie Kwo, Julia Finlayson, and Joanna Kramer, 1040 Wesley Ave.
•Peter Kime, 1400 Greenleaf
•Mark Cleveland, 1100 Florence Ave.
•David Roberts, School Room Gallery, 1321 Emerson Ave.
Free Little Art Gallery
•Licky Lab & Alpaca Gallery, 1127 Dewey Ave.
Art for Earth Month
Create and install outdoor art in public spaces during Art for the Earth! We’re inviting the public to participate in this nature art initiative from April 1-30. Post your art installations on Instagram using #evanstonmade
First Saturday Art Events are hosted by Evanston Made, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit arts organization with the mission to connect Evanston creatives to the public through programming and events. Your donation helps make events like this possible, free and open to the public. Donate here, any amount helps, evanstonmade.org/donate/