CHICAGO, October 12, 2012 - The artistry continues at O'Hare and Midway International Airports to celebrate Artists Month in Chicago.
Today, and on Friday, October 19, from 2 to 5 p.m., singers and musical duos will perform live in the terminals while artists paint and draw works of art.
|The Bryant Jones Duo and artist Kyle D. Garvin at Midway on October 5, 2012|
At O'Hare, today's visual and performing artists include dulcimer musicians Phil Passen and Rebecca Unger and artist Jean Lewis at O'Hare. At Midway, artist Kenneth Amorio will provide the art while Pete Special and Jon Spiegel will offer a sampling of the Blues.
The Artists Month stages at O'Hare are located in Terminal 1 on the lower level baggage claim area near Ciao's concession; in Terminal 2 past security next to Wicker Park Seafood and Sushi Bar; in Terminal 3 past security near the entrance to Concourse L; and in International Terminal 5 on the lower level meeter/greeter area next to the gift store. At Midway, the stage is in the lower level baggage claim area next to the information booth.
Chicago Artists Month 2012 celebrates the city's art and artists as essential building blocks in the development of vibrant and livable neighborhoods that make Chicago a world-class, creative city. Click here for more information.
The CDA's "Music in the Air" entertainment is a year-round program, organized in conjunction with Chicago's downtown festivals and holiday celebrations.