Calling all artists! Be part of the 2020 quarterly Lyons' Town Hall Art Shows! Art of all mediums, by artists of all ages, abilities, and artistic interpretation are invited to be hung in the Shirley F. Johnson Council Chambers for a quarter. Reservations are not required. To participate, bring artwork, in accordance with the quarter theme, to Lyons Town Hall on the Friday before the show opening (schedule below), and join the Lyons Arts and Humanities Commission, along with fellow artists, for the opening reception on the following Wednesday. Placards will be provided, for artists to include the artist's name, title, medium, size, price (or note if the piece is not for sale), and contact information.
For more information, contact Arielle Hodgson.
Town Hall Theme: Free for All... Whatever Floats Your Boat
Art of all mediums, abilities, and artistic interpretation are invited to share what "Free for All... Whatever Floats Your Boat" means to you!
Bring up to 5 ready-to-hang "Free for All... Whatever Floats Your Boat" creations to Lyons Town Hall on Friday, October 9, between 5 and 7 p.m.
Opening Reception: Wednesday, October 14, 2020, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Community show opening tapas potluck & entertainment!
Displayed from October 9 through January 8, 2021.
Art pickup: Friday, January 8, 2021, between 5 to 7 p.m. Artwork must remain on display for the duration of the quarter. Early removal of art will not be permitted. Artwork sold during the exhibit will be marked by a sticker on its placard, and remain on display for the remainder of the quarter.
Lyons Regional Library Featured Artist: Leeuwenburgh & Hall - Working Duo
New in 2020! The Lyons Arts and Humanities Commission (LAHC) has partnered with the newly opened Lyons Regional Library, to extend the quarterly shows into the newly opened library. For its inaugural year, each art show at the library will showcase featured artists.
The LAHC is proud to display Leeuwenburgh & Hall, Working Duo for this Lyons Regional Library Art Show.
Join us for the opening reception, on Wednesday, October 14, from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. The show will be on display through January 8, 2021.