Founded by Laurie R. Glenn in 2007, ThinkArt is an international art and policy salon featuring established and emerging artists and offering engaging programming to promote a dialogue between the worlds of art and politics, which the Chicago Angels Project highlights. For more information about ThinkArt please visit www.thinkartsalon.com.
Founded in 2012 by Tiphanie Spencer, The Arts Palette (TAP) is a member-based art production company supporting artists in the visual, literary and performing arts. TAP produces exhibitions and performances by important Chicago artists all over the city and sets an intimate stage for artists and patrons to come together. For more information please visit www.theartspalette.com.
Uplift Community High School is a Chicago Public School 4-year high school located in the Uptown neighborhood on the north side of Chicago. Its mission is to provide a relevant student-centered curriculum focused on social justice, creating an academically nurturing environment that promotes critical and creative thinking,instillspride and respect for others and self, and equipsall of theirstudents to become leaders of tomorrow. For more information please visit www.uplifths.org.
The Chicago Angels Project will be on display at Josef Glimer Gallery through Friday, February 27, 2015.
For more information on the gallery please visit www.josefglimergallery.com.
For more information on the non-profit organizations, please visit their websites: