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All the World's a Stage II

Artists examine the evolution of Chicago area theatres from past to present (including vaudeville stages, silent pictures, live performance venues and motion pictures) to sometimes extinction.

Featured theatres include the Admiral, Aragon Ballroom, Auditorium Theatre, Biograph Theater, Cadillac Theatre Palace, Calo Theatre, Chicago Theatre, CIBC Theatre, Coronet Theatre, Davis Theater, Esquire Theatre, Geneva Theatre, Goodman Theatre, Granada Theatre, James M. Nederlander Theatre, Lake Theatre, Logan Theatre, Lyric Opera House, Merle Reskin Theatre, Music Box Theatre, Nortown Theatre, Paramount Theater, Patio Theater, Pickwick Theatre, Portage Theater, Rialto Theatre, Riviera Theatre, Uptown Theatre, and the Varsity Theater.

on display at

Devonshire Cultural Center
4422 Greenwood St
Skokie, IL 60076

May 26, 2019 through July 28, 2019
Artists Reception: Sunday, May 26, 2019 from 2:00 4:00 pm

Exhibiting Artists:  John Baker, Zhanna Biletska, Don Elmi, David Floodstrand, Ted Gordon,   Howard Heath, Sandra Holubow,                      Robert Kameczura, Debra Nichols, Herb Nolan, Lisa Zane  and Jill Zylke

Call for Artists!  Painters, Sketchers & Photographers!

10th Annual Brush with Nature Plein Air Painting Festival!

Sunday, July 14, 2019

Emily Oaks Nature Center, 4650 Brummel, Skokie, IL

   Participating artists should email their name and contact info to

View previous years of  Brush with Nature Events and media coverage Click Here



Skokie Rocks is our grassroots community art project, where members of the community of all ages and abilities are invited to create art designs on small river rocks during our Brush with Nature Festival; and hide them in a secret place, but not too hard to find.

Once a rock is found (marked with our website address, we ask that a participant take a photo of their found rock and post it on our public Facebook page.

One of the goals of Skokie Rocks is to bring members of our diverse community together, many of whom are from different countries and cultures - through art. Adding the social media platform allows for individuals to connect online.



Have a musical instrument lying around that you never play? Don't throw it out! Our Art Beat program accepts donations of musical instruments for students in need. Donations are tax-deductible!

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This page was last updated on 06/06/19