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William G. Hill talks about Urban Nature within the Socialist Movement

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The mission of William Hill Center for the Arts is to support and improve creative and artistic expressions and to develop the artistic skills of youth, adults, and seniors in Chicago’s Woodlawn community. We aim to design programs that will enhance, beautify, and revitalize communities physically, socially and economically by using multicultural and interdisciplinary approaches to art creation and other public art expressions.

William Hill Center for the Arts prioritizes engaging of underserved youth and adults of color. The programs will also teach, assist and create visibility for new and emerging artists, particularly those artists of color who are underrepresented in the established art world, and who wish to become involved in utilizing the arts through community building. 

How you can help us to restore and support healthy ecosystems and social justice within our local communities? Volunteer by emailing willliamhillgallery@gmail.com, or calling 312-351-0573.

William Hill Center for the Arts looks to bring cultural and artistic opportunities to Woodlawn and its surrounding communities. As research shows, the arts are a tremendous way to bring social, economic and educational change to communities. Art unites people, allows the imagination to fly and creates space for conversation. It is our goal to bring the works of both emerging and established artists to the attention of people within the community. 

 

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