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The work of Sarah Belknap & Joseph Belknap

The work of Sarah Belknap & Joseph Belknap
Sarah Belknap and Joseph Belknap were recently selected to participate in Chicago Artist Month and participated in another show that opened last week entitled, Wood Worked. This show was visualized and co-curated by Chicago Urban Art Society’s Chief Curator and Co-Founder Peter Kepha along with Kevin Wilson, who currently serves as the Chicago Urban Art Society’s Pop-Up Satellite-Space... 

Behind the Scenes Chicago Artist Month

Behind the Scenes Chicago Artist Month
This October is the 16th annual Chicago Artists Month, a citywide collaborative showcase of over 200 arts events that range from exhibitions to studio tours and neighborhood art walks. Sixty Inches From Center’s Media Director Andrew Roddewig was commissioned through his video production company Clarion New Media to produce 12 short videos about the 12 featured artists. Andrew and his team spent... 

Chicago Artist Month 2011: Featured Artist David Jones

Chicago Artist Month 2011: Featured Artist David Jones
This October will be the 16th annual Chicago Artists Month, a citywide collaborative arts event with over 200 events ranging from exhibitions to neighborhood art walks. Sixty Inches From Center’s Media Director, Andrew Roddewig was commissioned through his video production company Clarion New Media to produce 12 short videos about the 12 featured artists. Andrew and his team spent quite a bit... 

Artist Talk with Jeff Zimmermann

Artist Talk with Jeff Zimmermann
The God Particle is the most recent installation at the Chicago Cultural Center by artist and muralist Jeff Zimmermann. Throughout Chicago Artists Month, Zimmermann was on site installing the work and opening up a conversation to the public. His work mixes iconography, popular culture and symbolism and come together to allow the viewer to create their own narrative and enter at several points. On... 

In Chicago, Art Advocacy Grows

In Chicago, Art Advocacy Grows
Why leave vacant public retail space empty – then no one can enjoy it. Instead, why not put these spaces to better use reflecting something other than a corporate commercial agenda? We art advocates are aware of the artistic vibrancy in Chicago. The Chicago Loop Alliance is too, which is why they started the Pop-Up Art Loop initiative. Pop-Up Art Loop takes over empty store fronts all over the... 
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