Collaborating with resident artists, gallery owners and curators, Epiphany will sponsor lectures, workshops and art classes within its studios, exhibit space and Gallery 66; featuring 125 installation points throughout the common areas of the campus. All programming is structured with inclusivity in mind to meet the needs of community and its residents.
Epiphany’s artist in residence program provides studios for artists to create their own work. In exchange, artists become a part of the Epiphany community collaborating on lectures, workshops, art classes, and assisting in curating Gallery 66. Collaborations in the works include an internationally renowned jewelry artist and metalsmith, an art community partnership with Pilsen’s S.H.E. Gallery, art classes hosted by the Epilepsy Foundation Studio E Program, an opening exhibit featuring local muralists curated by Epiphany’s talented intern, to mention a few.