Posts tagged "Liz Nielsen"

The Weekly Gallery Crawl! (2/22-2/24)

2/22 - BUCKTOWN/NORTH MILWAUKEE CORRIDOR - Firecat Projects – 2124 N. Damen. Cig Harvey. Reception 5-9pm. LOGAN SQUARE - The Charnel House – 3421 W. Fullerton Ave. FUGUE SPACE, work by Michael Bolsinga, Angela Davis Fegan, Miguel Guzman, Brian Hewitt, Alexandra Lee, Jane Michalski, and Lucy Mueller. Reception 6-10pm. LOOP - Center for Book &... Read more »

The Weekly Gallery Crawl! (11/16-11/18)

11/16 – BRIDGEPORT - 33 Collective Gallery – 1029 W. 35th St. The Fish Bowl. Reception 7-10pm. Bridgeport Art Center – 1200 W. 35th St. 3rd Fridays Open Studios. Reception 6-10pm. Co-Prosperity Sphere – 3219 S Morgan St. Triangulation, work by Madeleine Bailey, David Barista, Daniel Bruce, Jenny Buffington, Stephanie Burke, Jessica Cochran, Deirdre Colgan,... Read more »

The Weekly Gallery Crawl! (9/21-9/23)

9/21 – BELMONT CRAGIN - Soccer Club Club – 2923 N. Cicero. His Father Before Him, work by Dirk Knibbe. Reception 7-10pm. BRIDGEPORT - Bridgeport Art Center - 1200 W. 35th St. No Evils; Turtel Onli. Reception 5-10pm Zhou B Art Center - 1029 W. 35th St. Li: The River of Souls; Life Cycles. Reception... Read more »
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The Weekly Gallery Crawl (9/16-9/18)

9/16 The Architrouve – 1433 W. Chicago Ave. Meticulous Detail: Conservators’ Paintings, work by Dan Gamble, Christina Haglid, and James Stephens. Reception 6-9pm. Believe Inn – 2043 N Winchester Ave. UPLIFT, work by Anthony Lewellen, Beth Pearlman, Chris Silva, Doug Fogelson, Eric Mecum, Jourdon Gullett, Justus Roe, Kim Frieders Tibbetts, Lauren Feece, Liza Berkoff, Matthew... Read more »

Chicago Gallery Snack Report: 2/11/2011 & 2/12/2011

Saturday we headed over to Swimming Pool Project Space, for "Breaking Up With Chicago," the goodbye party for their Albany Park Space.  They had beer, wine (red and sparkling white), and a great assortment of cheeses, crackers, and fruit.  My favorite combination was a spread, I think it was blueberry-jalapeno, with a cheese that might have been gouda, on a cracker.  There were also some little crackers that were just full of spices, several other cheeses, grapes, and blueberries.  We drank red wine into which I kept slipping fruit like roofies.  We ended up buying a Liz Nielsen print ("Driving").  Thanks for all the snacks, ladies!  Best of luck in your upcoming adventures!
by Jeriah Hildwine photos by Stephanie Burke This week Stephanie and I saw an artist/curator’s lecture, drank some beer, went to a pizza party, drank some whiskey and cokes, went to a sex party, drank some more beer, bought some art, said good-bye to some friends, drank some more beer, ate some snacks, and bought... Read more »

Monday Morning Quarterback: 2/11/11 - 2/12/11

Jeriah:  It was at Co-Prosperity School, and I had been drinking a lot of beer, so I may not have this exactly right, but I believe Paul Klein said, in regard to his art criticism:  “If I write that I liked something, that means it was okay.  If I write that I loved something, that... Read more »
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Snack Report Recap: Friday August 20th through Friday, September 3rd

by Jeriah HildwinePhotos by Stephanie Burke This snack report is a bit of a roundup of the past few weeks.  We’ve been gearing up for the big gallery opening night next Friday, September 10th, and have gotten a bit behind on the reporting.  But we’ve still been going out, looking at art, and eating snacks,... Read more »

Chicago Gallery Snack Report: Friday, August 5th, 2010

Daisy Cutter, by Half Acre.  Apparently this beer was used during the Vietnam War to blast holes in the jungle canopy to clear landing zones for helicopters.
by Jeriah HildwinePhotos by Stephanie Burke   This snack report (yes, a few weeks overdue!) features a keg of beer at EbersMoore, cookies and soft drinks at Rotofugi, and both beer and snacks at Fill In The Blank.  Check out the slideshow to see it all! ebersmoore – 213 N Morgan St, 3C. The Big... Read more »

Where the F*#K are you going? (Friday 8/13)

by Jeriah Hildwine, filling in for Stephanie Burke Well, it’s Friday the 13th tomorrow, and Stephanie’s sick, so the auspices are not favorable.  But, it’s been almost three weeks since I’ve gone out on opening night, so I’m pretty overdue.  (Not counting an artist talk at Linda Warren by Lora Fosberg and Chris Cosnowski, which... Read more »
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