Where the F*#K are YOU going? (10/22 - 10/24)

Hello out there boys and ghouls. It's almost time for Halloween, but not quite yet. This weekend is anothe one of those "got to go to my own/my sig-o's event" type of adventures. But it will be an awesome adventure. There are also a couple openings I want to hit Saturday, if I can, before I transform into my D&D character to do some battle. Intrigued? Read on...


The Level Eater at Co-Prosperity Sphere -


And I quote...

"ATTENTION Players of the Paper & Pencil, Conjures of Miniatures & Shufflers of the cards -

Pentagon Gallery and Co-Prosperity-Sphere are hosting an all weekend
fantasy game jam. If you are an artist, gamer or just some regular
"dude" who happens to have a bag of dice then get your ass down to
C-PS. There will be an opening ceremony on Friday October 22, 2010 at
8pm with music, beer, snacks, art and candles.  The event will start at
the strike of midnight and continues all weekend long. There will be
tables of card games, Dungeon & Dragon playing pods, and epic
Warhammer 40k tables with painted landscapes and miniatures. If you want
to play or interested in still submitting an adventure please contact
Pentagon Gallery via email at pentagon961@gmail.com. If you just want to check out this epic event please feel free to stop by any of the three days.

You have been summoned.

Level Eater October 22-24, 2010

Co-Prosperity Sphere
3219 S Morgan Street
Chicago Il 60608

Opening Ceremony Friday Oct 22, 2010 8pm.

With live performance by Sunsplitter

free until 9pm! $5 after 9pm..

Saturday Noon - 2am
Sunday Noon - midnight"

Work by work by Jeriah Hildwine, Luke Willard, Michael Garcia, Nick Bahr, and Sam Sieger

So, yep, that's where I'll be, as will Jeriah.

Oh, and those other two shows I want to try and make it to, both of which open Saturday:

Carrie Secrist Gallery - 835 W. Washington Blvd. David Maisel and Kim Keever. Reception 4-7pm.

- and -


Kavi Gupta Gallery
- 835 W Washington Blvd. everything after, work by Curtis Mann and
Trickle Down Ergonomics, work by James Krone. Reception 5-8pm.

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