Farren Victoria Opening Art Reception
Fulton Street Collective Artist, Farren Victoria presents this Opening Art Reception event. Body paint models, live art, live band and musical performances. Music showcase by DJ Rated AG, Echorythm. Vocal artists Chyna Fox, Sam Jones, Smoke Brown, Jas E Vocal, and Vee Armstrong. Featuring The Unit. Rebel Model walk thru. Styled by Ginger Norman. Hair by Veecee Dobbs. Hosted by Sister of Element.
Hubbard Street Lofts at Fulton Street Collective Suite 307
1821 W Hubbard Street, Chicago IL
Doors open at 7pm
Show starts at 8pm
Jazz Record Art Collective
Wednesday, February 22nd JRAC is stretching out just a bit as the Bonzo Squad will be performing Stevie Wonder’s 1973 release INNERVISIONS. The night will also feature a showcase and live painting from TWO visual artistS: Chris Walker and Raymond Anthony Thomas.
“Arguably Stevie's finest album, this truly stunning collection of virtual 'one-man-band' recordings at first impresses with its technical virtuosity and imagination, then its lyrical content, and finally its classic timelessness. His run from 1971 to 1977 can of course only be compared with Lennon-McCartney in modern times and I can think of no better place for the new listener to begin sampling his work than here.”
Admission is a suggested donation of $10.
Jazz Record Art Collective Presents Bonzo Squad performing Stevie Wonder’s INNERVISIONS Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at:
Fulton Street Collective 1821 W. Hubbard Chicago, IL 60612
FREE PARKING IN OUR LOT!!!
8:30 Doors • 9:00 Show • $10 Suggested Donation
$5 with Valid Student ID • All Ages
"The Jazz Record Art Collective," on select Wednesdays at the Fulton Street Collective located at 1821 W. Hubbard St. Each month a new lineup of jazz musicians, painters, and photographers, responding to a different record and musician.
Bonzo Squad is:
Corbin Andrick - saxophone
Andrew Vogt - bass
Zack Marks - drums
with special guests:
Dee Wilson - Vocals
Cole DeGenova - Piano/Vocals
Alec Lehrman - Guitar/Vocals
Art Heals + Art Inspires + The Earth without Art is just “eh” + Art is beautiful
Art can be sad + Art can be therapy + Make Art - not war
Join the Fulton Street Collective & Friends “Art Hearts” Exhibition at the
Paulina Location for a HEART THEMED art show. Selected artists will exhibit 15” diameter circular wood cuts and other circular objects from our
Opening reception & exhibition
Friday February 24th, 2017, 6pm-10pm
Fulton Street Collective Paulina Location, 401 N. Paulina, Chicago, IL 60622
Corner of Kinzie & Paulina. East Door Entrance. Free Street Parking Available. Four blocks from the Ashland Red Line Stop
Martin Aspera + Marina Carillo + Jacqueline Carmody + Cranky Pickle
Sofia Chitikov + Lara Ditkoff + Holly Ekwejunor-Etchie + Mark Anthony Flores
Hector Gonzalez + Erin Hibben Kircher + JH Jones
Andrea Kaspryk + Beatriz E Ledesma + Eric Paige + Meela Paloma
Norma Rios + Adrian Sky + Kevin Stencils + Alicia Guzman Valencia
Maria Vergara + Farren Victoria
Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art present
Paper to Plastic
A Solo Exhibition by Viraj Mithani
Spudnik Press Cooperative presents new work by Chicago-based artist Viraj Mithani. The exhibition, titled “Paper to Plastic” explores time and contemporary printmaking. It investigates the relationship between the hierarchy of print, painting and drawing by challenging the established norms of the mediums. By combining painting techniques with both traditional printing processes and digital prints, Paper to Plastic questions the historical segregation between the mediums. It further explores the fading practice of traditional printmaking processes and sustainable way of living with the oversaturation of digital technology. Responding to these phenomena, the constructed forms and images capture the permanence of constant change, and evoke feelings of inevitable destruction.
Paper to Plastic will kick-off with a Gallery Talk with Viraj Mithani at 6:00 p.m. on February 3, followed by the Opening Reception.
Paper to Plastic is the first of three Residency Exhibitions, a series of solo exhibitions that feature the 2016 Spudnik Press Resident Artists and the new work they each produced through the Spudnik Press Residency Program.