An overview of recent Revival Arts Collective activity
WOODLAWN RE-DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVES
MEET THE TEAM
The Revival Arts Collective (RAC) was established in 2011 and is a network of citizen activists committed to using arts and culture as a catalyst for community redevelopment in the city of Chicago. RAC has partnered with Preservation of Affordable Housing, Woodlawn Park Tenants Association, William Hill Gallery, Site Design, Inc. and Woodlawn area residents to work collaboratively on several initiatives that it hopes will successfully enable further positive redevelopment of the Woodlawn neighborhood. See more about these initiative below.
CREATIVE PLACEMAKING WORK
Parklet Pop-Up: Voices Park
We're excited to be able to feature the work of locally and nationally known visual artists, Hank Willis Thomas and Garland Taylor whose work will be featured as part of the memorialization of those lost to violence in Chicago.
Woodlawn Residents Arts Council
Woodlawn Residents Arts Council - PLANNING MEETING
Wednesday, July 1st, 5:30-8pm
6442 S Dorchester Ave
SOL Street Festival
Join us at 62nd and Cottage Grove, Chicago, IL. on the evening of September 11, 2015 for the park dedication program and September 12, 2015 for a day of concerts, talks, performance, and arts activities.