July 20, 2018
By: Monica Ginsburg Crain’s Chicago Business Even as millennials change the way corporations manage their workforce, favoring everything from flextime to more holistic health benefits,… More ›
A group of young artists spent their Thursday afternoon painting over plywood, displaying messages of community and inclusivity.
About 15 students from the Pro Level Painting program offered at After School Matters, a non-profit that offers an array of activities for city teens, teamed up with BMO Harris Bank to put their artistic skills for good. Read and watch here Plywood from Chicago looting transformed by young artist into Irving Park murals about unity, community