Thursday, May 14, 2009

OPENINGS: 5/15, 5/16/ & 5/17

Graduation weekend! Horay, I'm done. I need a job. Anyone need their own personal crawling guide? Didn't think so. Well, we'll see how it goes. For right now I'm enjoying having the fam 'n friends in town. Friday is the time for adventures this week, all my best West Loop buddies are open (Warren, Packer, Three Walls, etc.), so that's where I'll be. See ya'll out there. Sorry, no links this week, not enough time. And remember: don't fall down, it causes people to laugh at you.

Experimental Sound Studio - 5925 N. Ravenswood. FRED HOLLAND: Golden Splinters, opening reception at Audible Gallery in ESS
6-9pm w/ special performance by Guillermo Gregorio at 7pm.

33 Collective - 1029 W. 35th. Fifth Annual National Self-Portrait Exhibition, Juried show of 50 self-portraits. Reception 5/15, 7-10 PM. 5/15-6/11.

East Bank Artist Studios - East Bank Storage, 1200 W 35th St, at S Racine Ave. Art Walk 2009, Julian Williams and Fred Camper are among the resident artists opening their studios to the public at this annual Bridgeport event. 6pm–10pm, Sat noon–6pm.

University of Chicago, Gordon Center for Integrative Science - 3rd floor atrium, 929 E 57th St. Science in Art: The Drawings of Vesna Jovanovic. The drawings on exhibit were made by using pareidolia (the psychological phenomenon of conjured recognition) to manipulate random patterns in spilled ink. Also included are drawings created by digitally combining scanned X-Rays, MRI scans, and other medical films, which were printed, then altered via ink and graphite. The exhibit will take place in a venue that is usually devoted exclusively to science. This is one in an ongoing series of exhibits titled "Science in Art", organized by graduate students at the University of Chicago in order to bridge the cultural gap between the two fields. Friday, May 15, 2009 6:00pm - 8:00pm.

Betty Rymer Gallery - 280 S. Columbus Drive School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Preview SAIC's exhibition "The Art of Connection," which showcases artwork by graduate Art Therapy students and the people they work with at their internships. Artwork in the show reflects the varied settings, populations, and practices of art therapy, and represents the culmination of SAIC's Master of Arts in Art Therapy program. Friday, May 15, 7-9pm

SAIC Ballroom - SAIC, 112 S Michigan Ave. Bruce Mau artist lecture. 4:30pm–6pm

Antenna - 1765 S. Laflin Street 1R. (re)load: new media art in chicago. Artists: Catherine Forster, Amanda Gutierrez, Patrick Lichty, Shane Mecklenburger, Mark L. Franz, Mari Ortiz, Rob Ray, Sara Schnadt, Michael Una. Opening Friday May 15 from 6pm-10pm
May 15 - June 13, 2009

A+D Gallery - 619 S. Wabash. Volume: BFA Fine Art Exhibition, Columbia College Chicago's BFA Fine Art Exhibition has been a tradition since 2001, and represents Fine Art students' completion of the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree and the culmination of their burgeoning talent within the Art + Design Department's BFA program. Featuring 34 artists working in a variety of media, this exhibition is curated by graduating seniors in the Art History concentration. May 15 - June 13, 2009 Opening Reception May 15, 2009, 4-9 pm

Columbia College Chicago Center for Book & Paper Arts - 1104 S. Wabash, 2nd Fl. The 2009 Interdisciplinary Art Thesis Exhibiton, reception May 15 4-7pm, work by 22 thesis candidates from the MA in Interdisciplinary Arts, the MFA in Interdisciplinary Book and Paper Arts, and the MFA in Media Arts.

EC Gallery - 215 N. Aberdeen. TADEUSZ BILECKI, Recent Paintings. May 15 - June 20, 2009. Opening reception for the artist Friday, May 15, 6-9 pm

Kasia Kay Art Projects Gallery - 1044 W. Fulton Market St. The (Un)Real City - a group show curated by Stefania Carrozzini (Main
Gallery). S.J. Hart, not a bird nested here (Project Room) Opening Reception: Friday, May 15, 6-9 PM

Linda Warren Gallery - 1052 W. Fulton Market. “Decoys and Wheels of Fortune”, Paula Henderson’s fourth solo exhibition. Please join us on Friday, May 15th, from 6-9 pm for an opening reception with Paula.

Packer Schopf Gallery - 942 W. Lake Street. Mitch O'Connell, Brent Riley and Steve Seeley open this Friday, May 15, 5PM - 8PM.

ThreeWalls - 119 N. Peoria. May 15 - June 19: Jesse McLean;
Opening reception on May 15, and artist talk on May 28.

Accidental Gallery – 1579 N. Milwaukee. Chicago Underground Multimedai Explosion, group show. May 15th, 8pm.

Block Museum of Art - 40 Arts Circle Drive, Evanston, IL. A panel discussion about Gordon Parks's influence on photography and
film, considering both his artistic and social contributions to the media. Saturday, May 16, 2 to 4 pm

Evanston Art Center - 2603 Sheridan Rd. EVANSTON ART CENTER'S 22nd Spring Benefit Art Auction. Please join us for a Fun, Festive evening of Fine Art, Wine and food! The Gala Party and Live Auction
Saturday May 16, 7 p.m - 10 p.m

Hyde Park Art Center - 5020 South Cornell Avenue. Roots and Culture Kimchi Feast At the Hyde Park Art Center. Saturday, May 16 2-4pm

Art Dealers Association of Chicago - 730 N. Franklin Street Ste. 004. Saturday Art Gallery Tour. Free - guided tour of 4 galleries in the River North district. This week a representative from Perimeter Gallery will lead the tour to: Stephen Daiter Gallery, Ann Nathan Gallery, Roy Boyd Gallery and Perimeter Gallery. 11 AM - 12:30 PM; 750 N. Franklin St. Meet inside the Starbucks at the corner of Chicago & Franklin

Catherine Edelman Gallery - 300 W. Superior. May 16 - July 3: Jed Fielding: 30 Years on the Street.

Accidental Gallery - 1579 N. Milwaukee Avenue. An Evening in the Mind’s Eye, ARTISTS: Ernest Ramon, Julia Zinn, Kate Roger, Kenny Reed, and many more…JOINT CURATORS: Stewart Hall and Ernest J. Ramon. May 15th, 2009 8 PM. – 10PM

Heaven Gallery - 1550 N. Milwaukee, second floor. In That Gold Land, group show. Reception Sat 5/16, 6-10 PM. 5/16-6/20.

Noyes Cultural Arts Center - 927 Noyes. Portraits and Projections, Photographs by Ursula Sokolowska. Reception Sun 5/17, 3-5 PM. 5/12-7/1.

Spertus Museum - 610 S Michigan Ave. Artist Talk: Deb Sokolow. Sun 10am–5pm

1 comment:

  1. Hi Stephanie, we wrote up a brief blog post about the Hyde Park exhibit "Art in Science" that your gallery lovin' readers might also enjoy checking out. It's online here