West Lawn’s EXPO Mural: Coloring 63rd Street

EXPO Collective donates colorful mural to the southwest side community in need of artistic expression. 

WHAT

EXPO Collective's West Lawn Mural 

WHERE

4051 West 63rd Street

Events

La Chamba: DIY Cultura

Ricardo "Naco" Gonzalez shares a Latino experience in a new groundbreaking comic book series.

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Recent Blogs

West Lawn’s EXPO Mural: Coloring 63rd Street

By EXPO Collective | October 11, 2019

This past year was one of firsts. It was the first time that the Quetzal Art Fest was hosted on the southwest side of the …

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La Chamba, a groundbreaking Comic Book for all

By EXPO Collective | October 9, 2019

For anyone who knows Ricardo “Naco” Gonzalez, they know that he can’t sit still without doodling while having a conversation. That’s how you know he’s …

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EXPO Collective celebrará el quinto Festival de Arte Quetzal en el área de West Lawn en Chicago

By EXPO Collective | April 18, 2019

CHICAGO – Para celebrar el quinto aniversario de su Festival de Arte Quetzal, EXPO Collective colaborará con Latino Organization of the Southwest y con Chicago …

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Since The Inception

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2012

Emergence

The idea for EXPO Collective emerges after the founding members host an exhibition in Little Village and are approached with a space in need of artistic elements and environment.

2013

Supporting Artists

EXPO Collective launches as an organization that will support and aid artists through their artistic journey, while at the same time working to make art accessible to the public and elevating the status of art within our communities.

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2015

Quetzal Art Fest

The EXPO Collective team decides it's time for something bigger. The decision to develop the Quetzal Art Fest came in 2014, however the first annual event took place in June of 2015.

2016

The Exchange Program

The Exchange Program is developed to teach and workshop with artists about their plans to market themselves. The three-step program focuses on Branding, Collaboration, and Entrepreneurship, elements that the founders felt were missing in traditional educational systems.

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