The Evening Associates Board is a diverse group of young art-inspired professionals, innovators, and philanthropists committed to engaging Chicago’s under-40 community with the Art Institute of Chicago, driving Evening Associates membership, and promoting an understanding and appreciation of the arts. They were named the 2015 Associate Board of the Year by Young Nonprofit Professionals Network of Chicago (YNPN Chicago).
Jeremy Rothschild Chairman of the Board
Paolo Palazzi-Xirinachs Vice-Chairman
Erin Blakley Chief Communications Officer
Lauren Mazur Treasurer
Board of Directors
Joe Anderson Scott Banks Vladimir Barisik Elizabeth Bjornseth Janice Bond Caitlynde Brancovsky Julia Burke Guy Caland-Puymartin Newcombe Clark Lisa Claybon Ken Click Cameron Croft Kristin Culbertson Alexandra Demers Morgan Dower Meghan Eagan Max Gaby Nicholas Hansen Lindsay Hearn Sara Heckman Alex Helfers Anthony Hodes Jacqueline Hoover Alison Hough Megan Hurtuk Joshua Izzard Antoine Jennings Meghan Jordan Justin Kay Eli Kay-Oliphant Whitney Krystof Agatha Kubalski Julie Lakonishok Justine Lee Nika Levando Jack Lubeznik Deiken Maloney Claire Molek Marc Moran Catherine Napier John Reid Kati Rust Jimmy Shin Brett Charles Taylor Wade Thomson Todd Walton
Melissa Allen* Glenn Eden* Andrea Moran* Bill Noonan* *Chairman Emeritus
15 hours 30 min ago The Art Institute of Chicago NOW ON VIEW—Kemang Wa Lehulere: In All My Wildest Dreams
Artist Kemang Wa Lehulere describes his work as a “protest against forgetting,” reenacting what he calls “deleted scenes” from South African history through a masterful conflation of personal and collective storytelling. See his first American museum show, In All My Wildest Dreams—on view through January 16.
20 hours 16 min ago The Art Institute of Chicago NOW ON VIEW—A new photography rotation showcases groundbreaking Contemporary works from artists like John Baldessari, Sally Mann, Chuck Close, Barbara Kruger, among others—on view in Gallery 10 through January 2.
Image: Richard Misrach. Untitled #696–05, from series On the Beach, 2005. Gift of the artist.
1 day 16 hours ago The Art Institute of Chicago Toulouse-Lautrec’s work increased the visibility of lesbians in 19th-century Paris, portraying them in a sympathetic light when prevailing perceptions were anything but favorable.