Oct
18
Oct 19

Lincoln Square Art Walk

"Lincoln Square Art Walk is a juried showcase of local artists in a rich variety of mediums and venues organized to highlight the vibrant artistic community and bring art to people where they live, play, work and shop. "

I will have several pieces on display at the Giving Tree Resale Shop (4740 N. Lincoln) as well as one on display at the DANK HAUS Cultural Center. Be sure to stop by and check it out!

Oct
17
6:00 pm18:00

DANK HAUS Best in Show Opening Exhibition

  • DANK HAUS

The 3rd Annual Lincoln Square Art Walk kicks off Friday night with the Best in Show opening exhibition at the DANK HAUS. Please come and join us! This evening the cultural center will also be hosting the Octoberfest-Stammtisch celebration- you won't want to miss it.

Oct
16
6:30 pm18:30

Propeller Fund 2014 Award Ceremony and Reception

  • Mana Contemporary Chicago

The Ladydrawers and I have received a grant to "expand and begin production on a print collection of our comics journalism series connecting the international garment trade to the international sex trade."

"Please join us for the Propeller Fund award ceremony honoring the 15 grant recipients for 2014.
Selected from a pool of over one-hundred candidates, these small, self-organized, and radical projects are vital to Propeller’s mission of promoting diversity and small-scale interventions in Chicago’s visual art world."

Sep
25
Oct 24

Art as Research at George Mason Center for the Arts

  • Art as Research

The piece Being of Service  will be on display with a number of other Ladydrawers comic strips. The exhibition "examines recent experiments in creative research viewed through artwork by 24 contemporary US artists" - including Anne Elizabeth Moore- and will be open through October 24th.

Jun
27
Aug 9

Nice Work if You Can Get It

  • Nice Work if You Can Get It

"Nice Work If You Can Get It is part of an ongoing series of exhibitions that explore shifts in industry and work, how and where economic exchange takes place, new models for sustainable economies, employment-driven migration, and relationships between place, work, and economic viability. A key component of this series is community involvement. Developed through partnerships with community organizations, labor unions, and artists, the relationships and dialogues with these groups will help guide forthcoming exhibitions and events. - See more at: http://gallery400.uic.edu/exhibitions/nice-work-if-you-can-get-it#sthash.yBpRSPbk.dpuf

Curated by Lorelei Stewart