The Chicago Mosaic School Annual Fundraiser : A Celebration of Wine and Mosaic
HAMMERED! is a fun event where you can experience the unique art community of CMS 1127 West Granville Ave.
Entering our 15th year as the only school for Mosaic Arts outside of Europe, The Chicago Mosaic School has proudly dedicated itself to advancing the fine art of mosaics and providing opportunities for comprehensive arts education and study. We’ve been able to change the lives of our students, as well as the school and community partners that we serve– and there is more that we can do in our new facility at 1127 West Granville, in Chicago’s Edgewater neighborhood!
HAMMERED! 2019 will include appetizers, tours of the school and studios, and the opening of Visiting Artist Maestro Verdiano Marzi’s exhibition Incandescenze which will open that evening at our Gallery of Contemporary Mosaics (GoCM). Additionally, our fundraiser will showcase demos and discussions with CMS artists + faculty to show off what we can do!
As a unique non-profit arts organization in our 15th year, we are the only school for Mosaic Arts outside of Europe. We continue to change the lives of our students, the school and community partners that we serve– and there is more that we can do!
Current HAMMERED! sponsors and contributors are:
- Farm Bar Evanston
- GreenStar Brewery
- Uncommon Ground
- Lifeline Theatre
- Wine for Humanity
- Hyde Park Arts Center
- Pivot Arts
- Edgewater Candles
- And more!
Thank you for your support in sustaining our mission to provide excellence in classical and contemporary Mosaic Arts education to students, teachers and the public in Chicago and around the world. The Chicago Mosaic School wouldn’t be anything without you, and we’d love to celebrate our space with you.
Join us on September 20th from 6p-10pm for art, friends, and more.
Now…let’s get HAMMERED!
Tickets for HAMMERED! can be purchased at the door!
The Chicago Mosaic School is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, and is the premier center for Mosaic Arts learning in the Americas. CMS serves an international community, providing opportunities for serious study with an academic, materially-oriented approach to fine art education in the World Master tradition.