Epiphany’s goal is to provide a forum for a diverse group of artists and to engage all of Chicago’s communities with exhibitions, artist talks, classes, a local residency program and a wide array of public events. Our top priority is to curate a program that is inclusive and grounded in experiential learning and where established artists can support emerging ones.
Epiphany collaborates with artists, curators, galleries and non-profits to offer exhibitions in our eight gallery spaces located throughout the campus. We also provide lectures, workshops and art classes in our dedicated classroom, Studio 4. All of our programming is structured with inclusivity in mind to meet the needs of the community and its residents. Through our Resident Artist Program, Epiphany provides studios for artists to create their work. In exchange, these artists contribute to the Epiphany community by curating exhibitions or offering educational programming. Our goal is to create an environment where artists can support one another, as well as the art that they love.
From literary art, dance and theater to performance art, we offer performances that complement our live music programming. Seeking to showcase an array of artistic expressions, we provide Chicago residents with live experiences throughout the year.