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Sixty On Sixty | Getting to Know Andrew Roddewig

Sixty On Sixty | Getting to Know Andrew Roddewig
Andrew Roddewig brings much more than his media expertise to Sixty Inches From Center. An artist in his own right, Andrew is a master with a camera and in the early days of the organization he generously stepped up to be our Media Director. The videos produced by his company, Clarion New Media, have been central to adding an exceptional edge to the documentation efforts that our organization was... 

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... 

“What’s Your Art?” | SIFC & WBEZ Celebrate Chicago’s Art Centers

For the inaugural Collective Project, Sixty Inches from Center is collaborating with WBEZ for “What’s Your Art?”: Celebrating the Art Centers of Chicago as part of the Off Air Series to showcase unique art centers within our city.  This showcase is our effort to bring attention to the art centers that are doing great things in our neighborhoods.  We also want to provide these art... 

In the Studio With Hebru Brantley PT 2

In the Studio With Hebru Brantley PT 2
On March 18th, Hebru Brantley will have his first solo show at Zhou B Gallery. The show is entitled Afro-Futurism: Impossible View. As Hebru puts his show together, SIFC has been invited into his studio to document his process and explore the origins of his work through a three-part video series. With a little over two weeks until his show opens Hebru discussed his own apprehensions and the meaning... 

In The Studio with Hebru Brantley

In The Studio with Hebru Brantley
On March 18th, Hebru Brantley will have his first solo show at Zhou B Gallery. The show is entitled Afro-Futurism: Impossible View. As Hebru puts his show together, SIFC has been invited into his studio to document his process and explore the origins of his work through a five-part video series. In this first video we ask Hebru to describe his influences and what he hopes his audiences will take from... 

Sixty in 60: Episode 1 – Hyde Park Arts Center

Sixty in 60: Episode 1 – Hyde Park Arts Center
Sixty in 60. Hyde Park Arts Center from Andrew Roddewig on Vimeo. Clarion New Media, who is sponsoring the current Media Match Drive has produced the first in a continuing web-series entitled “Sixty in 60”. Sixty in 60 is a series focused on Organizations and Institutions that are incubators for the arts in Chicago. Every episode takes a look at a specific place to discover what makes them unique.... 

Going Mobile

Going Mobile
Going Mobile from Andrew Roddewig on Vimeo. On October 30th the Sixty Inches From Center (SIFC) team rented a truck, built a photo booth and took to the streets of Chicago to spread the word about Sixty Inches From Center. Artists Hebru Brantley and Brooks Golden designed original work to go on each side of the truck. Nicolette Caldwell and Tempestt Hazel toured around the city showing off their... 
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