Studio 3 is a community art studio and gallery for individuals who utilize the arts as an expression, exploration or act of social justice and community care. This space centers the voices and stories from historically marginalized communities including Black, Brown, Indigenous artists, artists who identify as LGBTQ+, non-binary, and neurodiverse, people with disabilities and mental illness, older adults and young people.
617C Grove St.
Evanston, IL 60201
(we have an alley entrance in the alley north of Grove between Sherman and Chicago Aves)
Currently we are open by appointment
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The invisibility and underrepresentation of Black, Brown, Indigenous, non-binary, LGBTQ, disabled and neurodiverse people, and the lack of spaces that center their art and stories, impedes the learning and development of equity and social justice. In an effort to address this and to model changemaking in our community for our young people, we strive to create spaces that center the art of individuals and groups that are intentionally othered and marginalized, amplify the voices that are often silenced, and uplift the stories that go unheard.
Melissa Raman Molitor, ATR-BC, LCPC
- Sat, Mar 02EvanstonMar 02, 2024, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PMEvanston, 617c Grove St, Evanston, IL 60201, USALearn how to make gel prints at Studio 3 with Anthony Clark of the Visibility Arts Program. Come get creative together! All are welcome.
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80% of our programs are free to the community. With your support and that of local foundations we are able to increase access to all members by offering free programming for anyone experiencing economic barriers.
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We are grateful to be supported in part by these organizations: