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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... 

My head doesn’t hit the ceiling: Basement Show by Parking Space

My head doesn’t hit the ceiling: Basement Show by Parking Space
In their own words: “Parking Space is a collaborative curatorial project initiated by artists Andrew J. Greene, EJ Hill and Matthew Schaffer that seeks to create a broader discourse and exchange of ideas within the Chicago arts community. We attempt to engage with the several disparate artistic communities within Chicago while also considering how we can more broadly interact with communities... 

Home in Chicago: E.J. Hill

Home in Chicago: E.J. Hill
EJ Hill: Photo by Jon Mathias In August of 2010 artist EJ Hill sent out an open invitation for people to participate in the performance US as the closing event for the Op Shop 3 in Hyde Park.  Within the space formerly known as Dr. Wax, friends, artists, scholars and complete strangers came together to share a meal and an experience.  The truth of the matter is, if you find yourself in the... 

The Ripple Effect of SAIC’s Open Studios…

The Ripple Effect of SAIC's Open Studios…
Caitlin Cherry & Jes Standefer Last night SIFC had our first public outing as part of an extended invitation of an extended invitation.  Parking Space, “a collaborative project initiated by artists Andrew Greene, E.J. Hill and Matthew Schaffer that seeks to create a broader discourse and exchange of ideas within the Chicago arts community”, invited Sixty Inches From Center to participate... 
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