Opening Reception: Art of Connection

January 27, 2017 at SAIC Sullivan Galleries in Chicago.

tracking.php?code=RJpPeJd51EdqYtvk71qsLC

Join us for the opening of the Art of Connection!
This exhibition showcases artwork by graduate art therapy students and the individuals they work with at their internship sites. Artwork in the show reflects the varied settings, populations, and practices of art therapy, and represents a culmination of the Master of Arts in Art Therapy program at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
For more information about the program, visit www.saic.edu/arttherapy.

Participating art therapy graduate students:
Paige Atkinson • Jessica Claussen •
Rumi Clinton • Crystal Renée Drake •
Teresa Sit Foote • Andi Freberg •
Victoria Herrera • Amelia Holzer •
Cassidy Kasseb • Ji Min Kim •
Jessie Lanae James • Kandi Jameson •
Sarah Jane Jeziorski • Benjamin Mengebier •
Robert Narciso • Lindsey Payson •
Meredith Raque • Quinn Rivenburgh • Meg South

Exhibition on view through February 11, 2017.

Also join us for a
Panel Discussion: Friday, February 3, 4:30 – 6:00 p.m.

SAIC Sullivan Galleries are free and open to the public
Tuesday – Friday, 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
www. saic.edu/exhibitions

Image credit: Teresa Sit Foote, Jessie Lanae James, Kandi Jameson

Address: 33 S State St., 7th floor, Chicago
Opening Reception: Art of Connection

Find other events at Chicago on Evensi!

Temporary Art Review Book Launch + Roundtable

December 15, 2016 at ACRE Projects in Chicago.

tracking.php?code=71i9ecDNSIizf9szwg2K1Z

Join us on Thursday, December 15th for the Chicago launch of Temporary Art Review’s five year anthology, “To Make a Public: Temporary Art Review 2011-16” along with other titles from INCA Press, including “Forms of Education” and “Free as in Free” published on the occasion of the 11th Gwangju Biennial. The event will feature a short reading followed by a roundtable on alternative spaces and artists’ publications in times of social and political crisis with James McAnally and Sarrita Hunn of Temporary Art Review, Dan Gunn of Chicago Artist Writers, Duncan MacKenzie of Bad at Sports, Kate Bowen of ACRE and Aeron Bergman and Alejandra Salinas of INCA Press.

About the book:

To Make a Public: Temporary Art Review 2011-2016 is a selected anthology of the first five years of online publication Temporary Art Review and a catalogue of the related exhibition Document V celebrating the same benchmark. Edited by Temporary Art Review founders Sarrita Hunn and James McAnally, To Make A Public offers a singular lens into broader eruptions in artists’ publishing and artistic practice over the past five years as a primary document of our moment through the collected writings of artists, curators, activists and critics.

To Make a Public includes contributions from Shannon Stratton, Steven Cottingham, Plug Projects, Good Weather, Transformazium, Kareem Reid, Anya Ventura, Matthew Fluharty (Art of the Rural), Cameron Shaw and Amanda Brinkman (Pelican Bomb), Taylor Renee and Jessica Lynne (ARTS.BLACK), contemptorary, Ryan Wong, Rianna Jade Parker, Rozsa Zita Farkas, Gelare Khoshgozaran, Gretchen Coombs, ACRE, The Black Artists Retreat, Signal Fire, Lauren Frances Adams with Occupy Museums, Mary Coyne, Sam Gould, Abigail Satinsky, Anthony Romero, Sarrita Hunn with Jonas Staal and many others. Design by Haynes Riley.

Published by INCA Press and Distributed by Motto Berlin.

http://temporaryartreview.com/announcing-to-make-a-public-book-launch-events/

Address: 1913 W 17th St, Chicago
Temporary Art Review Book Launch + Roundtable

Find other events at Chicago on Evensi!

Graduate Student Open Studios

December 01, 2016 at 1104 S Wabash – Columbia College in Chicago.

tracking.php?code=KgggIsyXQPa91jFQ2aLJlt

Graduate Students from the Interdisciplinary Arts & Media and Interdisciplinary Book & Paper programs invite you to join us for Open Studios. Our studios in the lower level of 1104 S Wabash will be open for the public. We will have work displayed, both finished, and in progress, and be present to talk to you about what we’re working on.

Address: 1104 S Wabash, Chicago
Graduate Student Open Studios

Find other events at Chicago on Evensi!

Artist-Led Tours of Voices of Wisdom

January 19, 2017 at Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership in Chicago.

tracking.php?code=chTnUNxoxMJsqHOqnsldpH

Tour Voices of Wisdom in Spertus Institute’s Ground Level Arts Lab with artists Melanie Dankowicz, Jonathan Franklin, Stephen M. Levin, and Amy Reichert Judaica as your guides. Hear about the ideas and experiences that lay at the heart of their projects and learn about the techniques and materials used to create them, from steamrollers and seaweed to gold leaf and toilet paper rolls!

Address: 610 S Michigan Ave, Chicago
Artist-Led Tours of Voices of Wisdom

Find other events at Chicago on Evensi!

Artist-Led Tours of Voices of Wisdom

March 19, 2017 at Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership in Chicago.

tracking.php?code=mZty7t9fKnT64CohKiZXxk

Tour Voices of Wisdom in the Ground Level Arts Lab with artists Sylvia Ramos Alotta, Susan Dickman, Ellen Holtzblatt, Judith Joseph, and Carol Lezberg Neiger as your guides. Hear about the ideas and experiences that lay at the heart of their projects and learn about the techniques and materials used to create them, from steamrollers and seaweed to gold leaf and toilet paper rolls!

Address: 610 S Michigan Ave, Chicago
Artist-Led Tours of Voices of Wisdom

Find other events at Chicago on Evensi!

Building Connections Creatively Conference

June 02, 2017 at Adler University Chicago Campus in Chicago.

tracking.php?code=MLQyZRpWO9JsHSXqyJ34jA

ITA is thrilled to be hosting its 2nd Annual Creative Arts Therapy Conference, “Building Connections Creatively,” which is being proudly co-sponsored by and held at Alder University in Downtown Chicago. The purpose of this conference is to bring together creative arts therapists from all over the country along with students, mental health professionals and other allied health professionals.
http://itachicago.org/conference/

Address: 17 N Dearborn St, Chicago
Building Connections Creatively Conference

Find other events at Chicago on Evensi!

Graduate Art Ed info Session- 12/1

December 01, 2016 at School of the Art Institute of Chicago in Chicago.

tracking.php?code=HzEUQUDmczvr6CwNjHaLLy

SAIC invites you to join us for an information session on our graduate programs in art education. You will learn about the Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) and Master of Arts in Art Education (MAAE) programs, meet Program Directors, and talk with current students.
RSVP at saic.edu/artedinfo

Address: 36 S Wabash Ave, Chicago
Graduate Art Ed info Session- 12/1

Find other events at Chicago on Evensi!

OPAC Holiday Bazaar

December 17, 2016 at Oriole Park Fieldhouse in Chicago.

tracking.php?code=zoRzitBglirTOTv6N6x2Cv

Join us for holiday shopping, raffles, pictures with Santa, kids crafts and more…

Over 35 confirmed vendors including LuLaRoe, Rodan+Fields, Tulias, Sweet n Dainty Cupcakery, Origami Owl, Usborne Books, Tastefully Simple, Perfectly Posh, Cookie Cookie, Double Dee Design and many, many more. [Vendor spaces are SOLD OUT]

Wear your holiday finest and come support Oriole Park! All are welcome!

Pictures with Santa are only $5! Enjoy hot cocoa while you shop!

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED – COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS AVAILABLE please email orioleparkpac@gmail.com for more info!

Address: 5430 N Olcott Ave, Chicago
OPAC Holiday Bazaar

Find other events at Chicago on Evensi!

Harlem Fine Arts Show returns to Chicago December 9 – 11

December 09, 2016 at Life Creative in Chicago.

tracking.php?code=KZu1m9PXtMsrsFlAmditbs

ABOUT

The Harlem Fine Arts Show (HFAS) is the largest traveling African Diasporic art show in the United States. Since its inception in 2009, HFAS has had over 80,000+ visitors, traveled to 10+ cities as well as showcased 100+ artists and galleries.

As the largest traveling African Diasporic art show in the United States, HFAS prides itself on its uncanny ability to bring people of all different backgrounds together to celebrate fine arts of the African Diaspora. Inspired by the Harlem Renaissance, HFAS provides a platform for African Diasporic visionaries as well as American visual artists to exhibit and sell their artwork. The Harlem Fine Arts Show has also created economic empowerment, educational opportunities, and professional recognition within the multicultural community.

As the Harlem Fine Arts Show honors its past and embraces the history of now, HFAS will continue to impact communities and shape the future of the fine art world.

Address: 1655 W Walnut St, Chicago
Harlem Fine Arts Show returns to Chicago December 9 - 11

Find other events at Chicago on Evensi!

NoMads Art Collective presents “boxes.”

December 05, 2016 at Prop Thtr in Chicago.

tracking.php?code=KRnRLAIxnlEcnUfcUsvynm

NoMads Art Collective is proud to present Daniella A. Mazzio’s new play “boxes.”.
David, a 43 year old bachelor, and Jules, the 18 year old daughter of David’s best friend, spend an evening together as dark secrets are revealed and trust is gained and lost. A discomforting piece, Mazzio eloquently examines attraction, loneliness, pain, and the fears we have of being put into a box.
Come see NoMads’ Chicago premiere at the Prop Thtr running Monday-Wednesday, December 5-7, at 7:30pm. For more information, please visit us at http://www.nomadsartcollective.org/

FEATURING
Chris Aruffo as David
Elizabeth Wigley as Jules

Directed By Scott Jackoway
Written By Daniella Ashley Mazzio

Stage Manager Ben Claus
Poster Design by Danielle Szabo

Address: 3502-04 N Elston, Chicago
NoMads Art Collective presents "boxes."

Find other events at Chicago on Evensi!