November 12, 2016 at Independence Tap in Chicago.
The screening will open at 6pm, with the program beginning shortly thereafter (you know how Punk time is). There will be copies of the documentary for sale from the director Steven Cergizan for $10. The event is $5, which includes a chance to win a copy of the DVD for all who attend.
About No Delusions:
Unlike a lot of cities that have one prevailing sound associated with them, Chicago has always had variety. For the most part, it’s a city where kids have defined what hardcore is for themselves instead of trying to fit in with what’s popular elsewhere. NO DELUSIONS doesn’t attempt to cover the entirety of Chicago hardcore, but touches on a few of the various styles and sounds from the late ’80s through the late ’00s with an emphasis on how it has evolved into the scene it is today.
CHIPRC is located at 858 N. Ashland Ave.
Every Monday in November & December at the Theater on campus (through December 12th). The open mic nights are entirely student run – featuring SAE’s best and brightest live sound students.
FREE for all to attend
18 and over ONLY; must have a Valid ID (attendees without a valid ID will be denied entry)
ALL styles of music are welcome
Performers: READ THIS!
Signups to perform will be handled in advance through this site. To perform at SAE Open Mic, you must sign up below. Select 1 ticket (and ONLY 1 ticket) for “Open Mic – PERFORMER” (doesn’t matter how many people are in your act – select only 1 ticket for your group), and leave your name. Make sure you’re at SAE ready to perform by 7:30PM on the night of your show. That’s it!
Maximum 10 artists per week
See full schedule of Open Mics here: https://www.eventbrite.com/d/il–chicago/sae-chicago/?mode=search
A Danish commander (Pilou Asbæk) faces a courtroom trial after a judgment call leads to the deaths of 11 civilians during the war in Afghanistan.
Initial release: September 10, 2015 (Denmark)
Director: Tobias Lindholm
Languages: Danish, English, Arabic
Academy Award Nominee for Best Foreign Language Film
$40 Brunch Special!
Includes: Brunch Entree, Bottomless Mimosa’s, Boddy’s, & Bud Light Drafts! 11am-2pm!
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10 at The Store is having a special FREE HALLOWEEN SHOWCASE! We’ve booked some of the best and most creative comics in the city that will each being doing a short character set for you. This show will be done by 9 and we are going out after so feel free to come in costume even if you’re in the audience! We expect some very weird one night only things to happen so come out to see character sets by:
*Bar sells cheap beer and producers are providing Halloween Candy*
*I did NOT check the family friendly box facebook provides*
Cunningham will teach to all levels of Sean Nos, Ireland’s oldest dance form. He is playing a huge part in the revival of this old style dance.
To register for the workshop, email email@example.com.
Art Gallery and Tangential Unspace Lab
Friday Nov. 11th 2016
InLine explores ideas, associations, and theories around a line in space.
[[[ performance. video. sound. drawings. sculptural work ]]]
Jason Soliday & Neil Jendon
More words about InLine:
In both drawing and performance, gestures are linked to thoughts and inner impulses, which connect with the outside, a surface. The line acts as a metaphor of both separation and connection through which we see the drawing/gesture/spoken text and the boundaries and borders between people, objects and countries; the body and the body politic.
InLine is in part about ‘keeping in line’ and how that works too, within the limits our social positions, processes of identifications, the languages available to us, and the unavoidable trespassing that occurs when one expands beyond these boundaries.
By moving a line from paper to the body and back to the paper, or a wall, a screen and so on, the line, the form’s meaning becomes layered and complicated in each reiteration. Theses complication and disorientation are translation processes. Translation from language to language, person to person, culture to culture and one artistic medium to another. Perhaps this line brings attention to the hurdles as well as the potential of translation (body/language, always).
“InLine” (written with no space) echoes the idea of a (constant) thread, a continuation, non-stop movement/translation, or absence thereof.
Special thanks to:
our new sponsor Global Arts
our friends Lniaagaurcual Di & Ryan Greenlee for hosting us at
No Nation – Art Gallery and Tangential Unspace Lab
PWYC – Your contributions go to the artists/space/curators
*Unfortunately, this venue is not wheelchair accessible*