Randolph Street Gallery District

Please come join us to celebrate the hard work our teens have put in this spring! This event will showcase all our programs creations. There is something for all to enjoy! You can come take a bite of treats created by our teen chefs, pick out a piece of complimentary jewelry hand-made by the Creator program, learn about stars and space with our young astronomers or take a yoga class taught by our teen yoga instructors (dress in comfortable attire you can move easily in). Hope to see you there!

Participating programs include: Advanced Darkroom Photography, Advanced Drawing & Painting, Advanced Video Production, Art Lab 2D Studio, Astronomy, Creative Writing, Creator, Culinary Arts, DJ Foundations, Digital Visonaries: Graphic Design, Film Foundations: Video, Feelmatic Poetic Storytelling, Glass Mosaic Project, Heroes for Hire, Nu Sound Studio, Painting on Canvas, Social Media: Hastags and Handles, Studio Screenprinting, Urban Teen Growers, Yoga.

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

If you are taking public transportation, Gallery 37 is conveniently located near the CTA Brown, Green, Orange, Purple, and Pink line trains via Washington and Wabash station (walk one block north from Washington Blvd), and the Red Line train at Lake street. There are several Michigan Avenue bus routes as well. The nearest Metra rail station is the Millenium Park Station. If you're driving there are multiple paid parking garages and metered street parking. The building is located on the north side of Randolph between Michigan Ave. and Wabash. The Storefront Theater is located on the first floor of Gallery 37 Center for the Arts.