art & society - sep/oct 2018

by Mae Gilliland Wright - Photography by David Vernon

Amidst the flurry of dynamic activities at the Contemporary Art Center, William Butler holds it all together.

An Impact Built to Last

Jan Wright, Publisher, art & society

While we often highlight what’s new in the community, we also celebrate those who have built something long-lasting.

Conducting the Wind

by Stevie Zvereva

The Tower of Voices will provide a living memorial in sound to remember 40 citizen heroes who lost their lives on September 11, 2001.

Threads of Distinction

by Beth Weimer

Custom tailoring and alterations help consumers find their unique style and attain that perfect fit.

The Boudoir Experience

by Mae Gilliland Wright

An intimate photography session can make any woman feel beautiful in her own skin.

A Taste of New Orleans

by Chef Golda Ewalt

From the city’s official cocktail to 2017’s best new restaurant in America, enjoy these NOLA-inspired flavors!

Drawn to Clay

by Beth Weimer

Meet Natalie Zelman, the 2018 Fine Art Fair's Emerging Artist...

Hometown Haberdasher

Chris Alwan specializes in helping clients find high-quality, made-to-measure clothing and off-the-rack tailoring.

Mobile Gaming and Beyond

by Jonathan Wright

Luke and Yvonne Rosenbohm have taken the gaming experience mobile with Game On Illinois.

Restoring the Bottoms

by Beth Weimer

A dedicated group of volunteer conservationists is working to restore Horseshoe Bottoms to its natural glacial prairie ecology.

Sep/Oct Events Preview

Peoria Magazines is proud to spread the word about upcoming major community events and nonprofit fundraisers.

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