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Rebeldes: A Proyecto Latina Anthology

Rebeldes: A Proyecto Latina Anthology
  For the past seven years, Proyecto Latina has been inspiring women to write and share their stories online and at their reading series on the Southside of Chicago. “Writing is for everyone and it’s important for our stories to have a place where they’re valued,” says Paloma Martinez-Cruz, the editor of the group’s upcoming book, Rebeldes: A Proyecto Latina Anthology. Founding... 

Sixty on Sixty: Jennifer Patiño

Sixty on Sixty: Jennifer Patiño
As part of our Sixty on Sixty series where we take our staff out from the shadows and into their own article, I had he pleasure of sitting down with Jennifer Patino. Patino is the other half of the editing team here at Sixty and while picking her brain we ventured not only into her involvement with the publication, but her heritage and poetry as well. Ray Figlewski: So I guess the best way to start... 

Sixty on Sixty: An Interview with Nicolette Caldwell

Sixty on Sixty: An Interview with Nicolette Caldwell
In between rounds of PBJ at The Boiler Room, I interviewed our very own Nicolette Caldwell, who co-founded Sixty Inches From Center with Tempestt Hazel. Sixty on Sixty is a new series in which SIFCers interview one another, allowing readers to get to know the fine folks who bring you the latest from Chicago’s art scene. Nicolette Caldwell in Paris, France. June 2007. (Image courtesy of Nicolette... 

Going Mobile Photo Booth

Going Mobile Photo Booth
On October 30th SIFC celebrated our launch by Going Mobile. We traveled through out the city in mobile art installation featuring work by Hebru Brantley and Brooks Golden.  As we traveled around the City we stopped at several locations including Hyde Park Arts Center and Chicago Urban Art Society. At the stops SIFC team members set up a photo both and invited the public to have their portrait taken... 

A Weekend in Pilsen and Exhibitionism (again)

A Weekend in Pilsen and Exhibitionism (again)
If I could have spent my entire personal savings last night at the Beer Run Gallery, I would have. Beer Run is not just an art gallery but part of the Pilsen art community so it is unfortunate that they are closing the doors. The good news is that many came and supported, in presence or purchase, the end of many great art initiatives and the beginning of more to come. Unlike the varied themes... 
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