Ahoy my lovely readers!
It's that time again, time for me to harangue you with my weekend's worth of plans. This is just a provisional list, I plan on cramming in as much as a can, but this is where I'm going at the absolute minimum. Busy, busy, busy. Come take a walk with me, my busy little bees...
Stephen Daiter Gallery - 230 West Superior St. Martin Parr. Reception 5-8pm.
And I quote, "Parr's photographs tell stories of
the ordinary moments in our lives that we never would imagine could be worth
telling..." and makes it look pretty on to of that.
Instituto Cervantes - 31 W. Ohio St. Resilience, group show. Reception 6pm. 2/4-3/31.
Contemporary Latin American photography.
Museum of Contemporary Art - 220 E. Chicago Ave. UBS 12 x 12: Aspen Mays. Reception 6-10pm. 2/6-2/28.
Ever wanted to see every leaf on a tree, or every book about Einstein? Well, here's your chance.
Gallery 400 - 400 S. Peoria St. Workers from The Greenhouses of Hope at the Pacific Garden Mission. Come learn about WORMS AND DIRT!!! 2-5pm.
Ever wanted to know about vermicomposting? Doesn't matter, you should go regardless. This may be the best thing you do for yourself all weekend.
Andrew Rafacz - 835 W. Washington Blvd. Greg Stimac. Reception 4-7pm. 2/6-3/13.
Who knew dead bugs could be so friggin' beautiful?
Home Gallery - 1407 E. 54th St. Nows, work by Nathaniel Russell. Reception 6-9pm. 2/6-2/28.
Take a trip home with us, it's the best place to be.
Monument 2 Gallery - 2007 N. Point St. There's Always Someplace Else, work by Austin Eddy. Reception 6-9pm. 2/6-2/28.
Don't know what the work will look like, but a good place to end the night, regardless.
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