FAQs

How do I book a show or arts-related event at Crosstown Arts?

Fill out a request form here or contact Stacy Wright, Director of Events, at stacy@crosstownarts.org

To submit a proposal for a partnership or exhibition at 422 N. Cleveland, please email Emily Halpern, Assistant Director, at emily@crosstownarts.org.


Can I host my meeting at Crosstown Arts?

Our spaces are prioritized for arts-based use, but please contact Stacy Wright, Director of Events,  at stacy@crosstownarts.org about renting space for non-arts related use.


How can I be involved at Crosstown Arts?

Learn more about our programs and opportunities here.


How is Crosstown Arts involved in the Sears Crosstown development?

Crosstown Arts is a founding partner, future tenant, and co-developer of Crosstown Concourse, the former Sears Crosstown building.  Constructed in 1927, the 1.5 million square foot historic distribution center and retail store is being preserved and redeveloped as a vertical urban village.

Transforming a national hub for the distribution of goods into a local nucleus for the cultivation of well-being, Crosstown Concourse shifts focus from products to people, from commodity to quality of life.  People will be living and working, learning and teaching, healing and growing well, creating and recreating, shopping and eating— like a really great neighborhood. Learn more here.

How do I apply to intern or volunteer at Crosstown Arts?

Thanks for your interest! Please contact Jazmin Miller at jazmin@crosstownarts.org. 


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