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The Daily Northwestern

Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

An attendee in a black jacket holds up a handmade, textured paper book. In the background, a shell-like vase is to the left and a black and orange weaving is seen to the right.

Evanston Made artists showcase 3D and fiber art in exploratory series

January 8, 2023

Conversation flowed between artists and guests at 1100 Florence Ave. as they nestled sparkling wine in their hands. Upon first glance, one could have mistaken the art exhibition for a party.  Evanston...

Graphic of five women with pro-abortion protest signs.

Local women-owned businesses raise almost $60,000 for Planned Parenthood IL

September 28, 2022

On a sunny July afternoon, more than 300 Evanston residents took to the streets ― to dance. A crowd of mostly women clad in colorful shirts that read “abortion is healthcare” and “bans off our...

Multiple small landscape paintings on easels on top of a wooden brown table in the middle of the store entrance.

Artists of varied crafts showcase work at new Evanston Made pop-up store

September 26, 2022

Evanston Made has a new 6-month art pop-up series on the Main-Dempster Mile beginning this September. The shop will feature a new medium each month until February, such as paintings and photography, to...

Two shoppers clad in jackets and jeans browse a table of colorful ceramic bowls in the middle of a parking garage, surrounded by cars.

Maker’s Market to showcase local artworks, build community

April 27, 2022

Local artists will open their car trunks to sell original art, jewelry and more for this year’s first Maker’s Market on May 1.  Vendors will set up shop on the fifth floor of the 1800 Maple Ave....

A mural in the Visible / Invisible exhibit. The background is orange

Visible / Invisible exhibit highlights community perspectives on violence

February 13, 2022

More than 150 people flocked to Noyes Cultural Art Center last Friday for the opening of Visible / Invisible, a new exhibit featuring the work of local artists that explores different forms of violence. The...

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