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Sixty’s Top Picks of 2012

Sixty's Top Picks of 2012
As Sixty continues to explore all facets of visual art in Chicago, we asked some of our contributors to reflect back on this past year and discuss the most memorable encounters of 2012. Time Zone – Toby zur Loye Of the Chicago art events that I attended in 2012, a summer exhibition in the Fulton Market District has left the most lasting impression.  Time Zone was on display from June 8-28 in the... 

2012 SAIC Spring BFA Show

2012 SAIC Spring BFA Show
At the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC), March Madness has a completely different meaning.  Every mid-March the Spring BFA Show begins the procession of graduation shows to come for SAIC over the next few months.  The Spring BFA is one of the largest gallery shows of the year displaying over 200 graduating undergraduates’ works.  Last Friday, the show opened, and as usual it was... 

Week Ends, Art Begins || October 14th – October 16th

Week Ends, Art Begins || October 14th – October 16th
FRIDAY || October 14th, 2011 ALive Installation Project a WALL runs down the middle of DEFIBRILLATOR. Paired and paralleled side-by-side with a wall between them, two artists present a three-hour performance installation in order to explore the boundaries between dance and performance art. This is a DANCE UNION and DEFIBRILLATOR production. DEFIBRILLATOR Performance Art Gallery 1136 N Milwaukee Avenue Chicago,... 

A Conversation with Beth Hetland

A Conversation with Beth Hetland
For the past 20-odd years, the independent comic, a subcategory of comic art, has gained strength and notoriety.  Some independent comics have their own publishing house while others are literally published in someone’s house.  I sat down with Beth Hetland, School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) and Center for Cartoon Studies (White River Junction, Vermont) alumni and current SAIC faculty... 

Week Ends, Art Begins || June 24th – June 26th

Week Ends, Art Begins || June 24th - June 26th
There are only 24 usable hours in every day. You could spend at least 23.5 of those hours looking at art this weekend and not see it all. Even with the dozens of events happening, here are the hand-picked selections from all of us at Sixty Inches From Center.  If you want more, be sure to check out the links at the bottom to the guides we follow.   FRIDAY || June 24, 2011 Where is Where: AIDO... 

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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