Art exhibit organizers in Chicago want to take art out, at least for the time being.
The City of Chicago, however, doesn’t like the idea.
“We have an obligation to maintain the city’s artistic integrity, and to preserve the creative power of the people of Chicago,” said Sarah K. Drennan, a spokesperson for the Chicago City Council.
“Art and sculpture are protected by the First Amendment of the United States Constitution, which protects freedom of speech and expression.
But it is also true that the city cannot do without these valuable artworks.”
Chicagoans are very excited to be able to take their art out for the first time ever in the city, but there are some rules that need to be followed.
Art in the City of Art, a nonprofit organization that works to promote public art and public art appreciation, wants to open a new Art in Public Art exhibit in downtown Chicago in late February.
The project, which is the largest public art exhibit in the country, is a collaboration between the Art in Architecture and the Chicago Arts Council.
The Art in Parks program, a partnership between the Chicago Parks and Recreation Department and the National Park Service, is looking to open an Art in Park exhibit at a Chicago park in February.
The park service hopes to hold a “march through the parks” event, in which visitors can tour the parks and tour their neighborhood, in the hopes that they will bring their favorite experiences back to the park.
The event is scheduled to run from Feb. 25-28, according to the National Parks Conservation Association.
The Chicago Art in Art exhibit is a first for the city.
Chicagoans have been celebrating art and art history for decades.
But many of the exhibits are located in neighborhoods with low numbers of art spaces.
In addition, the city of Chicago has been trying to get more people to participate in art, like the Art and Art History Festival in June, which drew 1,000 people.
“This new exhibit is an important step in that effort, and it will help to connect people in neighborhoods and provide a sense of community that’s missing,” Drennan said.
In February, Chicagoans will get a taste of what it will be like to go out and see some of the best art that’s been made in the United State.
There will also be a silent auction for the pieces that will be auctioned off at the museum.