Hope Is Where the Art Is

To our Supporters

Since we first began responding and adapting to COVID‑19 in March, Artist Life, NFP has let care drive our decision‑making:

care for our teams, care for our customers and care for our community.

That has meant being there for our customers as they depend on our services in new ways:

to stay connected as we have stayed apart, to stay creative at a time when we all need some entertainment, and to stay healthy at a time when health is so front of mind.

It meant taking the unprecedented step to temporarily close our physical location to protect the health and well‑being of our customers and teams.

As of July 6th, Artist Life, NFP will be able to open their doors on a limited basis  to our customers again.

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We want to share a bit about how we’re carrying out our commitment to care:

It’s informing our decision‑making, the significant steps we’re taking to keep everyone who visits one of our showrooms safe. and the ways in which our business will look a little different.

With that in mind,

We will continue this effort throughout all of our endeavors. 

We have tremendous plans for the coming months and we look forward to experiencing them with you.

Please remember to take care of one another and do your best

to stay healthy and safe

ARTIST LIFE, NFP

is dedicated to providing an atmosphere of 

Artistic Excellence and Upscale Cultural Veneration.

With that in mind, We will continue this effort throughout all of our endeavors. 

We have tremendous plans for the coming months and we look forward to experiencing them with you.

Please remember to take care of one another and do your best to stay healthy and safe

Everyone deserves a Quality Education

The children of individuals who have a decreased socioeconomic status, single parents and immigrants frequently fail to receive a quality education.

Unequal fund allocation, residential segregation and a shortage of available cultural institutions are just a few of the reasons for the educational failures.

 

In addition, when urban areas are lacking educational opportunities, the problem usually begins in preschool and extends to the college level.

“Every man is guilty of all the good he did not do”

Voltaire

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ACTIVITIES

Projects Making A Difference

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Reinforcing our Commitment

One Step at a Time

Helping The Community

Upcoming Events

  • ARTIST LIFE STUDENT EXHIBITION
    Sat, May 10
    Artist Life Virtual Art Class
    May 10, 2025, 5:00 PM
    Artist Life Virtual Art Class
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  • ARTIS TLIFE SEASON FINALE EXHIBITION
    Sat, Nov 08
    GERALD GRIFFIN GALLERY
    Nov 08, 2025, 10:00 AM
    GERALD GRIFFIN GALLERY, 8237 S. Princeton Ave.
    Nothing Like It
  • ARTIST LIFE ANNUAL FUNDRAISER
    Sat, Sep 12
    8237 S Princeton Ave
    Sep 12, 2020, 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM
    8237 S Princeton Ave, 8237 S Princeton Ave, Chicago, IL 60620, USA

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