Story Club Chicago!
Three Floyds Beertacular
Floyd's & Friends Beertacular
February 22, 7pm-11pm Co-Prosperity Sphere (3219-21 South Morgan Street, Chicago Illinois, 60608) Online RSVP Is Over.
You MAY purchase Admission at the door.
Join us for a very special evening of art and performances programmed & curated by Three Floyd's Brewery as part of their their week-long celebration of craft beer in Chicago-land. This Beertacular features an exhibition of work by many of 3Floyds friends and is a visual and aural exploration of work that inspires the liquid dreams of the brewery. Attendees will receive copies of the Mash Tun Journal, yer friendly craft beer culture magazine, and a complementary pour of 3floyds latest juice.
The event features work by : David Yow, Tim Kerr, Win Wallace, Ian Shults, Jeff Swanson, 666 Photography, Abi Daniel, Bill Jeffrey, Lance Bradley, Don Rock, Billy Baca, Jason Morales, Jon Langford, Carl Jamie Berger and others.
Admission is $20. You must be 21yrs and older to attend. Proceeds of the event go to the Public Media Institute, a non profit grassroots arts organization based in Bridgeport, the Community of the Future. PMI publishes the Mash Tun Journal and hosts the Mash Tun Festivals.
After purchasing admission via paypal your name will be placed on the RSVP list. Please show your ID at the door.
Broke Hearts Variety Show
Broke Hearts Variety Show, and it's a new take on the old-fashioned variety show concept. Different performers will each be presenting their interpretation of a single theme: heartbreak. There will be a band improvising a live soundtrack to the entire night, tying all these disparate performances together.
--Brian Bouldrey: professor at Northwestern University, author of HONORABLE BANDIT, WRESTLING WITH THE ANGEL, MONSTER: ADVENTURES IN AMERICAN MACHISMO, and more. http://www.english.
--Dakota Michael Loesch: actor/writer/director of KISS LIKE BIG DOGS, a web series selected by Chicago Filmmakers to screen every Friday in February as part of their Friday Night VOLUME series.
--Writers from Indiana University's nationally-aclaimed MFA program
Also: weekend before Valentine's Day, theme of heartbreak as palate cleanser before all that romance...
Story Club Chicago
What is Story Club?Story Club is a nonfiction storytelling show. The goal of Story Club is to mix the spontaneity of an open mic with the experience of live theater. Each show has both open mic and featured performers. Story Club is proud to be a part of the thriving live lit community in Chicago. We give you a mic and 8 minutes. You tell us a story. Sign up at 7:30pm.
Picasso and the Mayor: The Chicago Picasso on 16mm Film
South Side Projections and Co-Prosperity Sphere present Picasso and the Mayor: The Chicago Picasso on 16mm Film Where: Co-Prosperity Sphere, 3219-21 South Morgan Street, Chicago IL 60608 When: Thursday, January 23 at 7pm
Cost: $5 suggested donation South Side Projections commemorates the 47th anniversary of the dedication of the Chicago Picasso in Daley Plaza by presenting two contemporary films with decidedly different opinions about the massive sculpture. Local filmmaker Tom Palazzolo and Art Institute of Chicago museum educator Annie Morse will be present to discuss the somewhat ridiculous but mostly factual circumstances of Richard J. Daley's push to bring massive modernist public art to Chicago. Public television station WNET's film The Chicago Picasso (1967, 60 min., 16mm) is a slick, entertaining educational film about how great men with big ideas, sacks of cash, and steel smelters helped bring cutting-edge art to the citizens of Chicago. Tom Palazzolo shot The Bride Stripped Bare (1967, 12 min., 16mm) at the dedication ceremony, sending up what he called the "absurd and mystical pomp bound up in grandiose ceremonies." Both films will be screened from 16mm film.
Bridgeport Story Game Day The first RPG and story-game day in Bridgeport's Co-Prosperity Sphere, coming 1/26/14! Don't miss it, gamer! http://co-pro-game-day.tumblr.com/
Version Festival 14
Orange 2: University of Tennessee Exhibition
“ORANGE2” will feature work in all media by current graduate students from The University of Tennessee, Knoxville. The exhibition will be open to the public on the following schedule, with a public reception and alumni reunion on Thursday February 13th from 6-9pm Gallery Hours: Wednesday February 12, 11am-6pm Thursday February 13, 11am-9pm Friday February 14, 11am-9pm Saturday February 15, 11am-4pm Website: art.utk.edu