Mana Contemporary Chicago
2233 S. Throop St.
Little Village / Pilsen
George Nimmons, 1926
Designed by noted local architect George Nimmons, Mana Contemporary Chicago is set in a landmark building in the Pilsen neighborhood. The red-brick former Commonwealth Edison warehouse and tower is now home to artist studios, exhibition spaces, a library, and more, it serves as a nexus for 200+ artists and arts organizations. Artists of diverse disciplines and professional levels work alongside each other in a single location.
Saturday, October 15th 1PM - 4 PM: Short guided building tours
Sunday, October 16th 12pm - 4pm: Tenants and program participants including painters, sculptors, photographers, dancers, filmmakers, audio producers and others will be showcasing. Please join the artists and learn about their practices.