625 AT 6:25 is a series of exhibitions, community conversations, panel discussions, film screenings, concerts, and more held at ART WORKS Projects’ 625 N. Kingsbury Street Chicago studio gallery.

About 625 AT 6:25

625 AT 6:25 is a series of exhibitions, community conversations, panel discussions, film screenings, concerts, and more held at ART WORKS Projects’ 625 N. Kingsbury Street Chicago studio gallery. The 625 AT 6:25 program is designed to give audiences the opportunity to learn about and discuss a range of regional and global human rights and social justice topics with photographers, journalists, diplomats, academics, advocates, and humanitarian providers. Questions and conversations are highly encouraged. 625 AT 6:25 programming also reaches students through collaborations with the ART WORKS arts education initiative, The Workshop to Change the World.

 

The 625 Studio Gallery is open weekdays 1:00–5:00 PM.

 

Weekend hours and other times are available by appointment. We are pleased to host group and student tours.

 

For parking information and directions to our studio click here.

 

The Emerging Lens Mentorship

With the inception of the 625 AT 6:25 series, ART WORKS Projects has committed to providing an annual exhibition opportunity, The Emerging Lens Mentorship, for a young photographer focused on documenting human rights and social justice challenges. Current and previous winners include: Heriberto T Quiroz, 2015, and Emmanuel Guillén Lozano, 2016. For information about the 2017 mentorship please click here.

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