Beverly Arts Center
The Beverly Arts Center is an independent, not-for-profit cultural and educational institution dedicated to enriching lives through the visual and performing arts.
The Beverly Arts Center was founded in 1967 to provide educational and cultural enrichment to Beverly Hills/Morgan Park and surrounding neighborhoods. Now a regional fine arts facility, the BAC welcomes patrons from South and Southwest neighborhoods and suburbs and greater Chicago with a multidisciplinary program of performing arts, independent film series, art exhibits and a non-credit School of the Arts that offers nearly 100 classes in the visual arts, music, theater, movement and dance.
The Beverly Arts Center offers Chicago’s only Irish Film Festival in March; stages live music and other performance entertainment; and offers an educational outreach program to area local schools, the Bravo Jr. children theater series, affordable field trip opportunities for school groups.