The following are where we went these past two weekends. Check out the slideshow for details on the snacks! (A couple of galleries on this list aren't in the slideshow either because they had no snacks, or we didn't have any, or we forgot to take a picture, or something. But most of them are on there.) This Snack Report features two, count them, TWO separate events featuring snacks by Nick Jirasek of Guerilla Smiles.
Hyde Park Art Center
- 5020 S. Cornell Ave. The Construction of a National Identity, work by
Stephen Lapthisophon; It Is What It Isn't, work by Conrad Freiburg;
Police and Thieves, work by Gusmano Cesaretti, the Los Angeles Poverty
Department Collective, and Ray Noland.
Murdertown - 2351 N. Milwaukeee Apt #2. Drop It Like It's Not.
Johalla Projects - 1561 N Milwaukee. Launch party for johallaprojects.com/ARTISTS.
Firecat Projects - 2124 N. Damen. Snowblind, work by Alex Blau. Reception 7-10pm.
Stephanie Burke was born in Nevada City, CA in 1984. She received her BA in Studio Art and Anthropology from Humboldt State University in 2007, and her MFA in Photography from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2009. Currently she lives in Chicago with her husband Jeriah, makes work, teaches, writes for Bad at Sports, runs Art Talk Chicago, and maintains her own blog, The Gallery Crawl and So Much More. When not making, teaching, looking at, or writing about art, she enjoys running around in the woods, drinking beer by bonfires, crazy quilting and target shooting.
Jeriah is an artist, educator, writer, and snack enthusiast. You can see his work at www.jeriahhildwine.com, and read his columns at Art Talk Chicago and Chicago Art Magazine. Jeriah lives and works in Chicago, with his wife Stephanie Burke.