Illinois State Treasurer Welcomes Latina Art League Chicago

Lawndale News Chicago's Bilingual Newspaper - Local NewsIllinois State Treasurer Dan Rutherford invited the women behind Latina Art League Chicago to exhibit their artwork in the form of oil, acrylic, digital and mix media on the alls of the State Treasurer’s office. “I am proud to help; promote the artwork that reflects the Latino heritage,” said Treasurer Rutherford. “I invite the public to enjoy the work of the contemporary women artists.” Latina Art League Chicago was founded in February 2013 and includes the work of five female artists. “We hope to empower, educate and communicate through our art,” said Founder Carmina Cortes. The eleven piece exhibit will be on display for six months in the State Treasurer’s office, located on the 15th floor of the James R. Thompson Center.

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