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Southland Arts is a group of arts organizations, municipalities, and businesses who seek to enrich the lives of our communities. Southland Arts promotes the Southern Suburbs of Chicago as a vibrant family-friendly arts destination. Southland Arts encourages connection, knowledge exchange, and resource-sharing among arts, municipalities, and businesses.
The Southern Suburbs of Chicago represent the heart of America with family-friendly villages, strong education systems, award-winning park districts with vast recreational opportunities, a vibrant arts scene, affordable housing, convenient shopping and transportation, welcoming public spaces, and perhaps most distinctively, diverse and engaged communities.
Visual Arts, Performing Arts, Sculpture, Painting, Music, Dance, and Theatre
South Suburban Villages, Cities, and Towns
Financial, Retail, Healthcare, Real Estate, and Professional Services
Southland Arts is comprised of 17 Arts organizations.
Center for the Performing Arts at Governors State University, Christopher Art Gallery at Prairie State College, The Drama Group, Flossmoor Sculpture Garden, Freedom Hall, Grand Prairie Singers, Homewood Arts Council, Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra, Midwest Motet Society, Nathan Manilow Sculpture Park at Governors State University, Southland Jazz Ensemble at Prairie State College, South Holland Master Chorale, Suburban Youth Symphony Orchestra, Tall Grass Arts Association, The Music Connection, Union Street Gallery, and Visual Arts Gallery at Governors State University.
Southland Arts represents over 25 communities including University Park, Homewood, Flossmoor, Park Forest, Frankfort, Chicago Heights, Mokena, New Lenox, Tinley Park, Orland Park, South Holland, Crete, Olympia Fields, Matteson, Country Club Hills, Lansing, Hazel Crest, Monee, Beecher, and more!