Look for these artistic events on Sept. 5.


Art Encounter’s The Big Picture: A Mural Treasure Hunt invites the public to engage with murals across Evanston, upload photos & enter to win prizes.

Teresa Parod’s Garage Mural, Thayer St. Alley

Amanda Evanston’s Garage Mural, Dempster and Florence


Amy O. Woodbury 20th Annual Front Yard Art Sale, Saturday and Sunday. Rain date Monday, 9/7, 1931 Colfax St., 9a-5p 

Baz Maui Art Pop Up, Mack’s Bikes, 2536 Ewing Ave., 10a-5p

Artem Pop Up Gallery, 1627 Sherman Ave., 10a-5p

Beth Adler & Ben Blount Print Sale, 1123 & 1125 Florence Ave., 10a-5p

Lea Basile Lazarus Backyard Art Sale, 5% of sales will be donated to Evanston Made and 5% of sales will be donated to Family Focus. 1209 Maple Ave.,11a-5p 


Mark Nelson: Humanity Amorphic in the second floor Gallery and Atrium, Evanston Art Center, 1717 Central St.,10a-4p

Alexa Frangos, Zoetrope: A Photographic Celebration of Celluloid Cinema. Perspective Photography Gallery, 1310-1/2 Chicago Ave., 12-6p

“High Anxiety” works by core members Todd Anderson, Ken Avick, Colleen Conley, Clark Ellithorpe, Jill King Wynn, Joanna Pinsky and Judy Solomon. SPACE900, 816 Dempster St. Gallery will be open with social distancing, 2-5p 

Jules von Kunhardt paintings, Backlot Coffee, 2006 Central St., 7a-5p

Ben Blount letterpress prints, Backlot Coffee, 1549 Sherman, 7a – 3p


Veterans Art Exhibit Featuring art by veterans from the Hines Center Hospital’s Art Therapy program, Gallery 901 at Open Studio Project, 901 Sherman Ave.

Black Visual Artists Installation, Maggie Meiners’ Projects, 904 Sherman Ave.

TremainArt, 838 Custer Ave.

Rob Larson paintings, old Williams Shoes, 714 Church St

Dave Ford Truck Drawings, 1100 Florence Gallery, 1100 Florence Ave.


Can’t Let Go, front porch concert, 1102 Florence Ave., 3-6p


Florence Avenue will host a block party from Crain to Greenleaf. Enjoy pop up art sales, chalk art making stations, art under glass and live music!