Associate Board member Lauren discusses why she got involved with Urban Gateways and how you can support arts education, starting with Happy Hour on May 24.
The Gala is tomorrow – March 10, 2017 – and our award winners are here to tell you how they got involved with Urban Gateways and how arts education can impact our students and communities.
On February 7, the Associate Board took a field trip to the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago for a private tour of works by Basim Magdy. Associate Board member Sam Ostrowski blogs about how the tour allowed him to experience contemporary art in an effective new light.
We are thrilled to be presenting five inaugural awards to advocates, supporters, and artists at our Art for All Gala on March 10.
Associate Board member Lauren Shirk blogs about her experience attending a Black History Month kick-off performance of “Celebration Dances of West Africa” in Back of the Yards.
Associate Board member Erin Matthew takes to the Urban Gateways blog to tell you why you should attend Artini 2016 – and why she’s been a steadfast supporter of Urban Gateways programs.
Associate Board Member Colin Moore discusses why he got involved: Great times with great people, clear results, and the opportunity to see Urban Gateways’ impact firsthand.
The Urban Gateways T-shirt plays off of the Chicago flag with its four red stars and two blue stripes. Inside of the four Urban Gateways stars are symbols to honor four areas of the arts utilized by UG programs. From left to right, they represent music, visual arts, dance, and digital media. UG programs involve …
Urban Gateways’ Auxiliary Board, the New Arts Forum, is trying out a brand new summer fundraiser this year – a TASK Party. Join us on July 19, and learn more about the TASK concept here. Below, New Arts Forum Events Chair Roshni Khurana tells us why the New Arts Forum chose to go with TASK: …
Everyone has their own opinion of how to create the perfect workspace. Some people need complete silence devoid of any type of stimulation, while others swear that the “coffee shop” environment with a subtle, unimposing murmur of activity is best for productivity. Still others require loud music to get their creative juices flowing. Growing up, …