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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!   

Anatomically Correct Arts is committed to exhibiting art by artists of color and to expanding initiatives to attract a diverse audience.




is honored to receive the


from the Village of Skokie, Skokie Fine Arts Commission

(Pictured Left to Right: Fine Arts Chair Pam Garbarini with Award Winners: Jazz Pianist, Richard Lichtenstein and Anatomically Correct's Director, Debra Hatchett)

A plaque will be on permanent display inside the NorthShore Center for Performing Arts in Skokie, IL For more info, go to:


Here Comes the Sun

Artists Support Orphans in Ukraine


Photographers from the Ukraine exhibit their photos of orphaned Ukrainian children and refugees, along with paintings and mixed media images of Sunflowers by local Chicago area artists.  The Sunflower represents the global symbol of resistance, unity and hope for the Ukrainian people. 


Sponsored in part by SPARTAN SWORD; and the IL Arts Council, a state agency.

Donations collected during this exhibition will go to the City of Goodness Orphanage in Chernivtsi, Ukraine.  

on Exhibition December 6, 2022

through January 21, 2023


Free Artists Reception:  Sun. Dec. 18, 2022 (noon - 2 pm)


 December 6, 2022 is Ukrainian Armed Forces Day.  It recognizes the men and women serving in the Ground Forces, Air Force and Navy who protect Ukraine and its citizens.

at exhibit at

Devonshire Cultural Center

4400 Greenwood St., Skokie, IL


Click Here for More Info and to View Photos


Plein Air Painters & Sketch Artists Wanted!






Click here to see images from previous
Brush with Nature events

Watch local artists paint and sketch at the

Emily Oaks Nature Center in Skokie, IL

Artists must pre-register by emailing:


Skokie Rocks is an ongoing community-wide arts outreach program where families and persons of all ages and abilities are invited to design, paint, hide and seek painted river rocks.   Rock painters are asked to label the underneath side of their rocks with before hiding them in and around Skokie’s parks and walking trails.  

“Rock Hunters” are invited to seek out the rocks, post, share and view images of the found rocks on our Skokie Rocks Facebook social media page.  

The Skokie Rocks program is ongoing, and through social media, is a safe and socially distanced way for individuals of different communities and languages to connect and communicate through art who might not otherwise have anyone or anything in common.

Hide and Seek Painted Rocks in your choice of Skokie Parks!

For a list of public parks in Skokie go to:

Don’t forget to label underneath your rock:

ROCK HUNTERS:   Submit a photo of your found rock on the Skokie Rocks Facebook page:

After posting the found rock, you can re-hide it for someone else to find or decide keep it.  The choice is yours!

Click here for instructions and to see Skokie Rocks images


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This page was last updated on 12/03/22