In 2013, art exhibit resolutions are attainable for Chicagoan, art patrons; Chicago, art students; and Chicagoans who have art interests. By placing a comma after the two in 2013, this year will read as 2,013. However, it is unreasonable to make 2,013 resolutions; therefore, I suggest that readers use the last two digits of this year to make 13, art exhibit related resolutions.
More than 13, art exhibits are already available for viewing. These include statues in Chicago’s parks, pop art on Chicago’s viaducts, cinematography in movies showing at Chicago’s, movie theaters, graphic design on movie posters posted at Chicago’s, movie theaters, and art exhibits in Chicago’s museums. Some art exhibits may be kinetic.
For those folk who cannot venture in-person to view art exhibits in museums or outdoor statues/sculptures, they will be able to view art exhibits by going to Chicago museums’ websites. Of course, to view such websites, viewers must have desktop computers with monitors, laptop computers, notebook computers, or tablets such as iPads and Samsung Galaxy Tabs. (Viewers will need to know how to access the Internet. If you are reading this article, you know how to access the Internet.)
In addition, for those who must remain indoors, some television networks broadcast art exhibit programs. WTTW (Channel 11) will likely broadcast more than one such program. (Television network programs that feature art exhibits display great quality if viewers watch those using high - definition televisions.)