Greektown Chicago Art Program Updates

Greektown’s Fun & Fanciful Fish Coloring Sheet Sweepstakes Extended through October 

Have you met Greektown’s Fun & Fanciful fish sculptures along Halsted Street? Come visit all 22 fishies near your favorite restaurants and shops. Learn more about each fish in our previous blog post and reference the map in advance visiting. Looking to get creative this fall? We’re excited to share that the Greektown Fun & Fanciful FIsh Coloring Sheet Sweepstakes has been extended through October. Get creative and color your own fish with markers, colored pencils, water colors or crayons and don’t forget to give them a name! For every fish you color in, be sure to share on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #GreektownChicagoFancifulFish to be entered into our sweepstakes for a chance to win some fun Greektown swag, which could include a lunchbox, beanie, umbrella or more. Sweepstakes will close on Oct. 31, 2020. Download the coloring sheet here.

New Sculpture Arrives in Greektown: Invertadude

At the heart of #GreektownChicago sits a nearly 12 foot, 750lb concrete sculpture by artist Carrie Fischer. With the Willis Tower and West Loop skyscrapers in the background, this contemporary piece takes us back in time to when carving figures in stone was common. The sculpture strikes a casual unassuming pose on his head, as if the world doesn’t matter. The sculpture symbolizes how this year has challenged us to invert our thoughts to adapt to the changing times. See the sculpture for yourself at the corner of Halsted Street and Van Buren Street in Elysian Fields and watch the installation video linked here!

Photo Credit: Carrie Fischer 

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