A Public Treasure
With the wave of an artistic wand – and lots of elbow grease – Archi-treasures helps Chicagoans brighten up their communities.
Since its founding in 1996,
Archi-treasures has helped residents in some of Chicago's forgotten neighborhoods revitalize their environment, turning barren lots into
lush parks and adding colorful touches to public spaces.
Whether turning barren lots into lush parks or adding colorful touches to public spaces through mosaic sculptures, Archi-treasures
involves locals in the design and execution of their projects. Neighbors meet neighbors, letting loose their creativity and
breathing new life into their beloved communities.
Learn more about artist
Stuart Keeler, one of the many artists working with Archi-treasures.
bring Archi-treasures to your neighborhood?
Find out what else the
Logan Square Neighborhood Association is up to.