Posts tagged "Rooms"

The Weekly Gallery Crawl! (6/14-6/16)

6/14 – HYDE PARK - PSA Projects (Hosted by the Loneliness Chapel), Logan Center for the Arts – 915 E. 60th St. Gavage, work by David Cordero. Screening 9-10pm. LOOP - Center for Book & Paper Arts – 1104 S. Wabash. Word on the Street: Image, Language, Signage. Reception 5-7pm. Fine Arts Building – 410... Read more »

The Weekly Gallery Crawl! (3/8-3/10)

3/8 - LINCOLN PARK - Rotofugi Gallery - 2780 N. Lincoln Ave. Chicago Comic Artists vs. Star Wars Group Exhibit, curated by Dave and Denise Dorman. Reception 7-10pm. LOOP - Illinois State Museum Chicago Gallery – 100 W. Randolph Suite 2-100. FOCUS 4, work by Preston Jackson, Michael Onken, Steven Robnett and Suellen Rocca. Reception... Read more »

THE WEEKLY GALLERY CRAWL! (1/11-1/13)

1/11 - LAKEVIEW - Rotofugi Gallery - 2780 N. Lincoln Ave. Dan Grzeca and Adam DeVarney. Reception 7-10pm. LOGAN SQUARE - Adult Contemporary - 2351 N. Milwaukee Ave. Collaborative Works, work by Jesse Butcher and Corkey Sinks. Reception 7-9pm. LOOP - Elephant Room, Inc. - 704 S. Wabash Ave. Urban Penumbra, work by Ray Ferrer.... Read more »
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The Weekly Gallery Crawl! (9/14-9/16)

9/14 – BUCKTOWN/NORTH MILWAUKEE CORRIDOR - Arc Gallery - 2156 N. Damen Ave. Me, You, and People Around, work by Richa Sharma; The New Wave, work by the Alliance of Women Artists; Spine Awry, work by Michele Stutts. Reception 6-9pm. LINCOLN PARK - DePaul Art Museum – 935 W. Fullerton Ave. Afterimage; The Persistence of... Read more »

The Weekly Gallery Crawl (2/10-2/12)

2/10 GARFIELD PARK/WEST SIDE - Johalla Projects – 1821 W Hubbard St, Suite 110. Reasons to Cut Into the Earth, work by Heidi Norton. Reception 7-10pm. NEW CAPITAL – 3114 W. Carroll St. McPARLANE/Apocalypse in the Pleasure Garden. Reception 8-11pm LINCOLN PARK - Rotofugi Gallery – 2780 N. Lincoln. Jeremy Tinder and Steve Seeley. Reception... Read more »

Chicago Gallery Snack Report: Friday, November 12 to Friday, December 3

What better way to end off the night but with cookies?  Oh, First Fridays is a cash bar, by the way.  Straight out of a David Cross routine, you've got to buy tickets and then exchange those for your drinks.  Drink tickets are non-refundable, so figure out what you're going to drink before you pay for your tickets.  We bought $20 in tickets.  I had a 10-ticket Bombay Sapphire martini, Steph had a 5-ticket beer, and then with our remaining 5 tickets we split one last beer.  I kind of wanted to have a few more drinks and then go watch Black Swan, but some friends called to invite us to the Brauhaus in Lincoln Square for sausage and boots of beer.  Which was great.  Black Swan was great too, we saw it a few days later.
by Jeriah Hildwine, photos by Stephanie Burke Over the past few weekends, we’ve gotten our snack on at a bunch of places.  Here are some highlights: Friday, November 12th:  Perspective From The PASTure, work by Jason Brammer at Flourish Studios;WHILE WHAT WAITS at Rooms (no pictures); Big Sky, work by Jerome Acks at 65Grand; YOU... Read more »
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