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Teen Curators: An Afterschool Program with Good News Only Gallery

Teen Curators: An Afterschool Program with Good News Only Gallery
(Photo Credit: Courtesy Good News Only) Elizabeth Shank gives high school students a behind-the-scenes look at the art world with Good News Only, her six-month-old, non-profit art gallery in Chicago’s Edgewater neighborhood. She brings in students to teach them what it’s like to manage and organize a fine art gallery. They are: Teen Curators.This inaugural group—six high school students... 

Form Over Function: Non-Functional Art by Furniture Makers

Form Over Function: Non-Functional Art by Furniture Makers
  It was the ultimate test when Nick Lippert asked 12 of his furniture-maker colleagues and friends to take part in the exhibit he was curating—FORM OVER FUNCTION: NEW, NON-FUNCTIONAL WORK BY FURNITURE DESIGNERS. The test? You can’t make a chair. Instead those 12 furniture makers — Seth Deysach, Chris Bach, Bryan Boline, Dan Sullivan, Doug Thome, Zak Rose, Scott Patterson, Andrew Kephart, Aaron... 
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