Artists Raise Money for Chicago Food Depository

Chicago has always been at the forefront of creativity, art , and ingenuity, and with the times more different than ever, artists in Chicago have found a way to sell their art and help the communities around them.

Over in East Garfield Park, 84 local photographers have raised more than 20 thousand dollars for the Greater Chicago Food Depository by selling their prints affordably to art lovers across the city. As part of Prints for Hunger, artists have made all of their prints available for a 100 dollar donation plus shipping.

So far the fundraiser has sold more than 125 prints. If you want to help out and get a new piece of art, head on over to the main article here. Enjoy your art Chicago

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