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A recommendation-based magazine who covers the hidden art gems in and around the city found Hannah and asked her to share her story. This article goes further to discuss the everyday life at the gallery, its operations and exciting class and event programming. Find the full article here.
Chicago Gallery News (CGN)
CGN magazine sat down with owner/director Hannah Litvan and, not only picked her brain about the day-to- day of Ice House Gallery, but delved into her life outside the business. The article expounds upon some of the biggest hardships Hannah grappled with in 2017. Check out the full article.
A freelancer, Myrna Petlicki, wrote about Ice House Gallery for the Chicago Tribune. After covering the circumstances leading to Hannah’s decision to open a business in Evanston, Petlicki introduces readers to the gallery, walking them through the two-floor build. Hannah touches on her business plans for the future, and we hear from local studio renters and cultural arts coordinator for the city of Evanston Jennifer Lasik. Check out the full article.
The Lisa D Show
Lisa Degliantoni stopped by Ice House Gallery to talk about when Hannah decided to open an art gallery. As a recent college graduate, Hannah faced many struggles breaking her way into the art industry, so she decided to build a business celebrating art. Lisa Degliantoni is a huge proponent for the growth of arts in Evanston, and we are honored that she took the time to conduct the interview. Check out the full interview.
Evanston Round Table
Evanston Round Table writer Peter Winslow visited Ice House Gallery to interview owner/director Hannah. In addition to business matters, they got down to who she is and why she chose to start her
own business in Evanston. Check out the full article.