Fulton Street Collective Spring Open House
Twice a year the members of FSC open their studio doors to the public.
Over 20 studios, a gallery show, and live performances every hour.
Please join us in celebration of
1000 Paper Cranes Project
Fundraising Event for Japanese Tsunami Victims
Date: Thursday, April 14, 2011 Time: 6:30pm ~ 9:30pm Place: Fulton Street Collective Address: 2000 W. Fulton St. (Damon/ W. Lake) Event includes: wine, appetizers, live jazz music and origami art making, T-shirt sales, bake sale
Suggested donation $ 10 per person
All artists and sponsors will be donating their time and efforts and ALL PROCEEDS (100%) will go to the Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund
The ancient Japanese tradition of senbazuru promises that a person who folds 1000 cranes will be granted a wish, such as long life or recovery from illness. Many times a family or group of people come together to accomplish this labor of love.
Organized by Mie Tamura, LCPC ATR
Co-sponsored by Fulton Street Collective & IATA (Illinois Art Therapy Association)
For any questions for this event, please contact at Mie Tamura at (773) 401-8699 or email: email@example.com
Time: Sunday, April 3 at 8:00pm - April 4 at 2:00am
Location: Rainbo Club (Milk Bar)
1150 North Damen Avenue
Created by: FSC Member Sarah McLaughlin & Megan Lorenz
More Info: Exhibition Dates: April 3 -30, 2011
Opening Reception: Sunday, April 3rd from 8pm - 2am
A CLOCKWORK ORANGE is a collaborative window istallation by Sarah McLaughlin & Meghan Lorenz.The artists have reunited individually and collectively once again to present Rainbo Club for a second time with a bit of the old ultra-violence. Inspired by Kubrick's 1971 movie adaptation of "Lovely Ludwig Van," head-bashing gang of droogs, the windows are transformed into eye poping visuals of malice and psychedelia from memorable screen shots.