Evanston , IL 02011
EbM's second installation KeyStone and Switch by Jonathan Whitfill are located in the town of tree-lined streets and lakeside views of Evanston. It was named after John Evans, a physician, businessman, and philanthropist who was an investor in Chicago real estate and railroads in the mid-nineteenth century. The town has a rich history and tradition of supporting the arts. In 01926, the city council established the Evanston Arts Commission. The city has since gained a national reputation for respecting the arts in its buildings and grounds, and has multiple groups committed to supporting the arts, including the Public Art Committee in addition to the Evanston Arts Council.