CCO shelter guests hosted an inspiring and original art event last Saturday, April 26 from 5-8pm. The event took place at Epworth United Methodist Church in Chicago.
Greg Palmer organized the event and showcased his artwork. He had several portraits of celebrities along with some abstract art. His work will be on exhibit on May 24 at the Creative CoWorker in Evanston, Illinois. The uniquely urban artwork of Shawn Price was displayed along with his original play. Also, Quwa displayed his work at the event and said that he always adds a spiritual element to his pieces. His most recent focus is on natural meditation pads.
We are very proud of the three men who shared their artistic endeavors with the public. It was an inspiring and encouraging evening!
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CCO residents will be hosting their first annual art show on Saturday, April 26 from 5-8pm. The event will take place at Epworth United Methodist Church at 5253 N. Kenmore Avenue in Chicago. A $5 suggested donation is requested. See you there!
These amazing photographers have captured the city and urban life in the images that will be on display. Michelle Britton, CCO intern and Chicago photographer, will have prints of CCO residents on display.
Click here to view some of the photographs up for silent auction. And plan to join us for this amazing fundraising event! All proceeds from the silent auction and the $10 door fee will go directly to CCO.
Join us for Indie In The Windy City on Saturday, May 5th at 920 W. Wilson Avenue in Chicago. Crafts, art and special treats will be available. The doors open at 10am. And 20% of all the earnings will be donated to Cornerstone Community Outreach! We hope to see you there!