White Color is an arts organization and exhibition space (the Studio) in Chicago that promotes self-taught and contemporary artists through engaging exhibitions and special projects.
Our mission is to use the power of art to inform, inspire and shape the next generation of civically engaged creative individuals. Each initiative aims to cultivate an inclusive culture, strengthen bonds between communities and contribute to sustainable efforts that bring lasting, positive change on a local and international scale.
Art has the power to change the world. This truth guides our mission and process.
White Color Studio is located in the Cornelia Arts Building, located in the epicenter of three distinct Chicago neighborhoods; Lakeview, Roscoe Village, and Ravenswood/North Center.
Viewing of exhibitions are by appointment only.
Our exhibition opening & closing receptions are free and open to the public.
1800 west Cornelia Avenue
Chicago IL., 60657
White Color is supported by
Big Deahl Productions
Bright Star Community Outreach
Chicago Council on Global Affairs
Dark Matter Series
Elastic Arts Foundation
Experimental Sound Studio
Gray Wolf Records
Groovemaster Recording Studio
Intuit: The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art
Josef Glimer Gallery
L Miller Lumber & Son
Music and Power
Pasfarda Arts & Culture Exchange
Steven J. Gray at SJ Gray Law LLC
Still Music Chicago
The Charnel House
The Cultural Services of the French Embassy
The Downtown Boxing Gym
The Floating Museum
The Lycée Français de Chicago
The Roof Crop
Vincent Floréani and the Consulat Général de France
Wallaces’ Catfish Corner
Zhou B Art Center