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Pay It Forward>>Peanut Gallery

Pay It Forward>>Peanut Gallery
Pay It Forward is a collaborative, experimental fundraiser devised by Autotelic {Studios} and Sixty Inches From Center. We are experimenting with the idea of paying it forward to other arts organizations who work to support artists and a thriving arts community in Chicago. Our Pay It Forward Series will highlight one of the eight projects that we have chosen to be part of our fundraiser each week,... 

High Brow, Low Brow, Here Brow, No Brow: A Studio Visit with Paul Perkins

High Brow, Low Brow, Here Brow, No Brow: A Studio Visit with Paul Perkins
  This article was originally posted at Gapers Block on January 9, 2013 by Kelly Reaves. This article is part of a series of article exchange partnerships between Sixty Inches From Center and other online blogs and journals that have missions similar to ours–to document and support the visual arts happening in Chicago. The goal of these partnerships is to build bridges within our writing community,... 

PEANUT GALLERY – New Place, New Space

PEANUT GALLERY - New Place, New Space
'Art Night' at Peanut Gallery (courtesy of the gallery) If you have ventured down to the California Clipper lately, you may have noticed a new white-spaced, brightly lit Humboldt Park neighbor. On the corner of California and Augusta is the Peanut Gallery, “a space for creative collaboration, experimentation, exhibition and good, old-fashioned mingling”. Having moved to this storefront... 

Rainbows, Yarn and Other Scary Things: A Studio Visit with David Sprecher

Rainbows, Yarn and Other Scary Things: A Studio Visit with David Sprecher
This article was originally posted at Gapers Block on December 5th, 2011 by Kelly Reaves. Sprecher in his studio, 2011. (Image courtesy of Kelly Reaves.) I became aware of David Sprecher and his violently playful work during last fall’s East Garfield open studios/art walk event. His studio is on the second floor in the Albany Carroll Arts Building, which also features a majestic garden,... 

Artman/Businessman: An Interview with David Leonardis

Artman/Businessman: An Interview with David Leonardis
This article is part of a series of article exchange partnerships between Sixty Inches From Center and other online blogs and journals that have missions similar to ours–to document and support the visual arts happening in Chicago. The goal of these partnerships is to build bridges within our writing community, help promote one another to new audiences and give more exposure to the art that keeps... 

Ryan Shultz: People Person (and a Hell of a Painter)

Ryan Shultz: People Person (and a Hell of a Painter)
October continues a series of article exchange partnerships between Sixty Inches From Center and other online blogs and journals that have missions similar to ours–to document and support the visual arts happening in Chicago. The goal of these partnerships is to build bridges within our writing community, help promote one another to new audiences and give more exposure to the art that keeps our Chicago... 

Glass Curtain’s CoLaboratory Puts the Art in Your Hands

Glass Curtain's CoLaboratory Puts the Art in Your Hands
This September marks the beginning of a series of article exchange partnerships between Sixty Inches From Center and other online blogs and journals that have missions similar to ours–to document and support the visual arts happening in Chicago. The goal of these partnerships is to build bridges within our writing community, help promote one another to new audiences and give more exposure to... 

Not So Starving Artists

Not So Starving Artists
This September marks the beginning of a series of article exchange partnerships between Sixty Inches From Center and other online blogs and journals that have missions similar to ours–to document and support the visual arts happening in Chicago. The goal of these partnerships is to build bridges within our writing community, help promote one another to new audiences and give more exposure to... 
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