Resonance

This group show featured art that evokes emotions of reflections and creativity. The show featured the work of Marcus Alleyne, Keith Conner, Ladipo Famodu, Reynaldo Ferdinand, Felicia Preston Grant, Alvin Hawkins, Zhana Johnson, Raymond Mays, Miguel, Yaounde Olu, Mary Qian, Patricia Stewart, Patrick Thompson, and Krystal Grover Webb.

Jesse Howard – The Spirit of Community

Jesse Howard’s first solo exhibition at South Side Community Art Center explores the Black American community as more than a singular philosophical concept of a culture, but rather a more diversified community of multifaceted voices through a body of charcoal based works. Howard’s socially concerned work is informed by his own lived experiences growing up on Chicago’s west side and the collective societal challenges faced by Black Americans today.

Faheem Majeed – From the Center

“From the Center”is a retrospective of works created by Faheem Majeed over the past twenty years

Just Above My Wall, (To The Right)

Just Above My Wall, (To The Right), curated by Ciera Alyse McKissick, brings together Black collectors and SSCAC's permanent collection. Just Above My Wall, (To The Right) runs for viewing May 1st-June 30th. RSVP HERE for socially distanced viewing. Just Above My Wall, (To The Right), showcases Black contemporary artworks from 13 emerging and established …

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Artists and Models: A Tribute to the South Side Community Art Center.

Artists and Models: A Tribute to the South Side Community Art Center July 10-August 29, 2021 Students from across Columbia College Chicago brought the South Side Community Art Center’s (SSCAC) administrative archives to life through a recent exhibition titled, “Artists and Models: A Tribute to the South Side Community Art Center.” The exhibit was previously …

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Whitfield Lovell: The Spell Suite | An Initiative of Toward Common Cause

Whitfield Lovell: The Spell Suite An Initiative of Toward Common Cause   SSCAC is beyond thrilled to be participate in this 19 institution collaborative exhibit and excited to showcase new works by Whitfield Lovell! Toward Common Cause: Art, Social Change, and the MacArthur Fellows Program at 40 explores the extent to which certain resources—air, land, …

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