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Weekly Guide to Art in Chicago: March 19th – March 25th, 2012


Our weekly calendar is a list of visual art related events happening in Chicago. The events that we choose are loosely curated based on the information that is put in front of us. If you would like to take advantage of having your event listed on our website please send a press release to nicolettecaldwell(at)sixtyinchesfromcenter.org.

 

MONDAY || March 19th, 2012

TBD

 

TUESDAY || March 20th, 2012

Chicago Cultural Plan 2012: Neighborhood Cultural Conversations
The City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events (DCASE) is asking residents, cultural organizations, community groups and the business and civic community for their input in developing the 2012 Chicago Cultural Plan. The plan will deliver a set of recommendations to further build on Chicago’s vast cultural assets and vibrant communities, as well as to promote economic growth and to strengthen Chicago’s reputation as a global cultural destination.

Logan Square-Avondale Arts Center
2800 N. Milwaukee Ave.
Chicago, IL
6:30 – 8:30pm
FREE

Downcast Eyes
For this one-night event, twohundrededfiftysixcolors and TAGTEAM have invited artists to bring their laptops to the MCA and present an amalgam of animated GIFs—the only restriction being that everyone’s work be on display only as long as their computer’s battery lasts.

The same invitation is extended to the public, where GIF-enthusiasts can bring their charged-up laptops to the MCA and participate in the event. Those who are interested should arrive by 6 pm.

At 6:30 pm TAGTEAM and twohundredfifitysixcolors give brief presentations about their own projects that explore the questions and complexities that arise when a more critical set of eyes is turned to the animated GIF.

Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago
220 E. Chicago Avenue
Chicago, IL 60611
6:00 – 9:00pm
FREE

Limits of Digital Photography: A W.J.T. Mitchell Lecture
With its increased ability for manipulation, does digital photography depict reality as well as its predecessor, analog photography?

Please join the Museum of Contemporary Photography in welcoming iconology scholar W.J.T. Mitchell for a lecture comparing digital vs. analog photography on Tuesday, March 20 at 6:30 p.m. According to Mitchell, who teaches both English and Art History at the University of Chicago, digital photography enables depictions of reality that expand both “the potential scope of photographic truth-claims along with the potential for lying.”

About W.J.T. Mitchell
W.J.T. Mitchell is a scholar and theorist of media, visual art, and literature associated with the emergent fields of visual culture and iconology (the study of images across the media). A Professor of English and Art History at the University of Chicago, Mitchell is editor of the interdisciplinary journal, “Critical Inquiry,” and the author of numerous publications including “What Do Pictures Want? The Lives and Loves of Images” (2005).

Museum of Contemporary Photography
600 S. Michigan Ave.
Chicago, IL 60647
6:30 – 8:00pm
FREE

 

WEDNESDAY || March 21st, 2012

TBD

 

THURSDAY || March 22nd, 2012

THAW: A Night of Hot Ballyhoo
Shake winter loose with Links Hall at THAW: A Night of Hot Ballyhoo on the 22nd of March featuring programming and performances by The Open Space Project, Happy Collaborationist and many more delectable performers.

Indulge in hand-crafted cocktails made by artist run miloxology mobile Hornswaggler Arts, enjoy locally brewed beer from Revolution Brewing Co., complimentary hors d’oeuvres by X-marx, tastings from Chicago boutique distillery Koval & Guatemala’s Zapaca Rum. Drink, dance and have your mind blown! Brews by Revolution Brewing and Bites by X-marx & Open bar ALL NIGHT!

With performances by: Samantha Allen, Bits N’ Snatches, Megan Chaperon, Kaitlin Fox Genevieve Garcia, David Gerber, Alyssa Gregory, Christine Hands, The Knot, Jazzercize with Jyldo, Erin Kilmurray, Chris Knowlton, Marc Macaranas, Anna Normann, Kerry Parker & David Peterson, Dmitri Peskov, Rocco Granite, Lauren Warnecke, Jessie Young and many more!

Roaming performances and installations by: Industry of the Ordinary, Sarah Belknap, Joseph Belknap, Jennifer Mills, Jake Myers, Claire Ashley, Dyl & Pete

A Chance to win any of the following raffle items: Adler Planetarium Membership, Cubs Tickets, Classes/Activities at My Gym for kids, Chicago Fire Tickets (MLS Soccer), Sailing Lessons, Hyatt Hotel Stay, Roundtrip airfares on United, Tickets to a show at Rivendell Theater, Fairmont Hotel Stay, Cheetah Gym membership, Cut/Color Packages (Mops Beauty Shop), FEW Spirits – tour and tasting & barrel named in winner’s honor, Five Phase Wellness, Gift Certificate, Massage Gift Certificates, Homemade Jewelry Design, Premium Denim, Sailing Outing, Shedd Aquarium Tickets, Uncommon Ground Restaurant Gift Certificates, Arts and Spirits (2 Free Classes), and Free Tickets to Links Hall!

Dank Haus
4740 N. Western Ave.
Chicago, IL
6:30 – 11:30pm
Admission: $30 Advance // $40 at the door
Buy tickets at: www.linkshallthaw2012.eventbrite.com

$75 Special offer! 2 tickets to THAW + 2 Tickets to The Wrecking Project Show
April 12th- 14th by Links Hall artistic associates Kate Corby and Julie Mayo.
Raffle tickets available soon

Dust In Their Veins: A Visual Response to the Global Water Crisis
Need. Lack. Life interrupted by scarcity of the essential. Dust In Their Veins is a mixed media installation by Candace Hunter. “Dust” emphasizes how drought is impacting one branch of our human family, begging the question, how will you act? Please join us for the opening day of Dust in Their Veins: A Visual Response to the Global Water Crisis. The opening reception will feature live music by Douglas R. Ewart and Soundscape by Robby Zar. This event coincides with the United Nation’s World Water Day and is partially supported by the Chicago Arts District.

1823 S. Halsted Street Gallery
Chicago, IL
Doors open at 2pm, Reception at 6pm.
FREE

Artist talk with Sheree Hovsepian
On the heels of our uber-successful showing at The Armory Show in NY featuring Sheree Hovsepian and Robert Davis/Michael Langlois, we’d like to invite you to the gallery for a conversation with Sheree Hovsepian and a viewing of her exhibition Haptic Wonders.

moniquemeloche
2154 W. Division
Chicago, IL
6:00pm
FREE

I Suck at Budgeting
You know you should, but you just can’t stand the thought of it. No, we’re not talking about going to the dentist; we’re talking about budgeting, people! If budgeting is synonymous with putting an “L” to your forehead and deeming yourself a “budgeting loser” then it’s time for you to chat with Coach Jessica about what budgets are and how they can benefit you. Never fear, she’ll help you scope out a budget and a budgeting tool that loves you for you, even if you hate numbers.

Next Door Chicago
659 West Diversey
Chicago, IL 60614
6:30 – 7:30pm
FREE
RSVP HERE

 

FRIDAY || March 23rd, 2012

2012 Creative Chicago Expo
Now in its 9th year, the Creative Chicago Expo is a chance for arts organizations and artists of all disciplines to connect, exchange information, and share best practices. In the past, more than 5,000 creative practitioners and 140 local and national vendors participated in dozens of consulting sessions and free workshops, and networked across Chicago’s diverse arts communities.

In 2012, The Expo is expanding to two days. Friday, March 23rd will focus on information for arts organizations and creative businesses. Saturday, March 24th will focus on the needs of individual creatives. Some of the information on each day is useful to both artists and organizations, therefore we encourage you to attend both days. Admission is free and open to the public.

Chicago Cultural Center
78 E. Washington Street
Chicago, IL 60602
10:00a – 4:00pm
FREE

.you.i.you.see.
This isn’t your typical first-year, second-year, or MFA-thesis shows; it’s something more honest, spontaneous, and possibly more thorough. Carrying on last year’s success with artsplosia, MFA students from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign once again are bringing their multi-disciplinary practice to the audience in Chicago. This time the 5,000-square-foot space will showcase 25 artists’ latest work in Metals, New Media, Painting, Photography, Sculpture, and more. It’s a chic ONE-NIGHT SHOW, which means viewers will be in close contact with the artists throughout the show. But don’t over- think it, it’s all about YOU, I, YOU SEE.

Co-Prosperity Sphere
3219 S. Morgan St.
Chicago, IL 60608
6:00 – 9:00pm
FREE

Flicks 2 Print: A Graffiti Writer Print Exhibition
Graffiti artists love to take pictures. Sometimes the artists alter and tweak the flicks and use them as print. Join FLASH and a group of graffiti artists as they share photographs, prints of Chicago, and other works. TRIXSTER will be signing limited prints of his “Chicago” piece from 1985. Music by Slugs.

B1E Gallery
6902 N. Glenwood
Chicago, IL
6:00 – 11:00pm
FREE

REBECCA SHORE: All in One
For her second solo show at Corbett vs. Dempsey, Rebecca Shore has created an exciting new body of work that continues her exploration of the malleability of forms. In paintings executed in oil and gouache, as well as distemper (a liquid paint using rabbit skin glue as a binding agent), she assembles and arranges specific images into small collections, each object an image drawn from Shore’s huge trove of working materials. Some of these silhouetted images are immediately recognizable – a bonnet, hair, a deer, a sofa – while others are opaque and abstract, their point of origin rendered mysterious and allusive. The play of connotations between these collected images, fastidiously painted on luminous, painterly backgrounds, invites the viewer to imagine relationships and parse identities. At once a master formalist and a semiotic wizard, Shore has pushed her practice to a brilliant and unfamiliar new place, a tremulous zone where objects and images are not always what they seem. All In One is held in conjunction with Eight Modern Gallery, Santa Fe, who are mounting a concurrent exhibition of her work. A 72 page comprehensive catalog with images from both All In One exhibitions and a conversation between Shore and John Corbett is now available.

Corbett vs. Dempsey
1120 N. Ashland Avenue, 3rd Floor
Chicago, IL
5:00 – 8:00pm
FREE

In the East Wing: HORST ADEMEIT
In the East Wing, CvsD is proud to present the Chicago debut of the celebrated German photographer Horst Ademeit. From the 1980’s until his death in 2010, Ademeit produced thousands of Polaroid images of his daily life, annotating them with minute microscript on the margins of the photo itself. These small, compulsive, often startlingly beautiful documents, which included images of suspicious objects – cars, broken windows, construction zones – in his neighborhood, as well as arrangements of his everyday objects – newspaper, food, clocks, Geiger counters – were part of an elaborate, paranoid vision of contemporary life. Ademeit was the subject of an expansive exhibition at the Hamburger Bahnhof in Berlin last year.

Corbett vs. Dempsey
1120 N. Ashland Avenue, 3rd Floor
Chicago, IL
5:00 – 8:00pm
FREE

Villain Affair
Chadwick started painting as a live performance artist. The buzz that followed has lead to performances and tours with such notable musicians as the Chicago Afrobeat Project, London’s Lady Sovreign, and Chicago’s own hiphop favorites, the Cool Kids. He has even demonstrated his tribal/urban themes in large non-traditional mediums, such as being commissioned to paint a car live at Lollapalooza.

He formed the group The Vibe Providers with DJ Madrid, a collaboration of music and live painting that creates a vibrant aesthetic in almost every venue-type with an eclectic music pallet and raw paint. In this context, Chadwick paints with a frenzy, yet rhythmically to Madrid’s beats, bringing originality and energy through maps of color, expression, and an enriched vibe. They have worked for a wide range of audiences, from club settings to conventions for private hosted events and companies like PepsiCo and McClane Inc.

Musically, Chadwick also helped found the music collective known as The Streets On Fire, who have not only captured the hearts of Chicago’s music scene, but have recently played CMJ Fest in NYC and the famed SXSW Festival in Austin, TX. Along with Yuri Alexander, Gabriel Palomo, and Scott Van Buren, their sound is down and dirty dance rock with a retro-aesthetic that keeps the dance floor hot.

The Cooler
1135 W. Fulton Market
Chicago, IL
8:00pm
FREE

Andrew Martin & Sam Harvey: Formal Engagement
Artists Andrew Martin and Sam Harvey push and play with the traditional construction of formal elements such as the lip, the foot, the body of the work and the manner in which people can engage with the work in a fresh and new way.
Through pinching and coiling or through casting slip in a variety of methods, artists Andrew Martin and Sam Harvey are creating work that continually investigates the formal qualities of the vessel and the method in which we relate to it. This exploration consists of stories created in the process of their making; the manner in which they create voluptuous surfaces by pressing out the bulging flesh of clay or pinching into shape a buttressed seam.
This event is open to the general public. Enjoy the reception in Lillsteet’s gallery space and meet artist Andrew Martin.

Lillstreet Art Center
4401 N. Ravenswood
Chicago, IL
6:00 – 8:00pm
FREE

Colorboration Folk Fest
This is going to be a first time for The Colorboration Project. And it is just one of many events that Tali and Royce have built into this project in the Loop.This will be a marathon session that is sure to really make for some great art. Come out and see some really top notch singer / songwriters. We are proud to have The Old Town School of Folk Music along with us on this event.

Check out the list of musicians that will be playing as Tali and Royce paint.
3:45 – Neil Dixon Smith
5:15 – Bonne Wolf
6:00 – Linda M. Smith Ltd.
6:45 – Vessy Mink
7:30 – ROTH MOBOT
8:15 – Mike Felton
9:00 – Shelly Miller
10:45 – Kava
11:30 – near sphere

The Colorboration Project Loop Gallery Studio
208 S. Wabash Ave.
Chicago, IL
12:00p – 1:00am
FREE

MODERN MODEL
Exhibiting together for the first time at Roots and Culture, Andy Hall and Kaylee Rae Wyant share a common regard for the overlap of art and design. In MODERN MODEL, they introduce new works that further explore this crossover. Looking back on the 20th century’s spirit of innovation and visionary optimism, they attempt to channel that energy into a collaborative workspace. Yet however historical their influences, these works grasp toward the future, testing the promised possibilities of this post-medium moment.

Roots & Culture
1034 N Milwaukee Ave.
Chicago, IL
6:00 – 9:00pm
FREE

Cornelia Arts Building March Open House
Join the building artist for this evening reception and open house, showcasing artwork and fine craft from Chicago artists and artisans. With this, the first open-house of the year, help us start celebrating 25 years of being an all-artist building! See what the 40+ artists of the Cornelia Arts Building have been working on for the last three months, on two floors of working artist studios and special hallway artwork exhibitions.

Paintings, Photography, Jewelry, Sculpture, Tile Murals, Printmaking, Drawings, Textile Arts, Ceramics, and other unique gifts.

Cornelia Arts Building
1800 WEST CORNELIA
Chicago, IL 60657
6:00 – 10:00pm
FREE

EVIL IS INTERESTING
This exhibition interrogates the seductiveness and glamour of evil. Evil, after all, is adept at projecting a certain kind of charm. We cherish the antics of our TV and motion picture villains in all their insouciant brutality and eroticized violence. But evil can also exert a subtle charm in the allure of its ability to feign a release from life’s problems. Accepting the Faustian bargain of evil offerings requires a willingness to enter into a complicity with that evil, and to sacrifice
the ideals of the “good life” that we aspire to. It is arguable that consenting to evil is always an intimate choice, with the goal of manipulating its victims into rejecting their own self-worth and, in consequence, to giving away control over the direction of their own life-course, now subsumed in service to evil. This can take place on the level of an intimate personal relationship, as in the instance of a rakish seduction, or on the level of an entire culture, as the history of fascism has shown.

Borrowing from a diverse range of artists from Filippo Marinetti, Rirkrit Tiranamija, Yves Klein and Wyndham Lewis, the exhibition space will be converted into a domestic backdrop against which objects, activities and more will form a totalized artistic environment. Visitors will be invited to interact with this environment while performances are conducted in the manner of a
teatro totale. The question of the allure of evil will be interrogated both in objects that compose the environment, in performances both interactive with the audience, and in those acted out as if no audience were present. Vide documentation of these performances will be presented following their presentation, and presented thereafter as a documentary component of the
exhibition.

Live theatrical performances starting at 8:30pm. Performances will be videotaped and archives in the exhibition.

Antena
1755 S. Laflin St.
Chicago, IL 60608
6:00 – 10:00pm
FREE

THE FIDELITY OF INSTRUMENTS // New Works by JESUS MEJIA
ACRE has partnered with THE PLAINES PROJECT to host THE FIDELITY OF INSTRUMENTS: new works by JESUS MEJIA, the next installment in ACRE’s year-long series of exhibitions by 2011 ACRE summer residents. The exhibition is a reverie on distance traveled and the urge to continue.

The Plaines Project
1822 S. Des Plaines St.
Chicago, IL
7:00 – 10:00pm
FREE

Love, Why I flunked Out of Trade School
Gallery Swarm is proud to host Chicago’s own Roger Moy. Music by General Election Engines. Food and Wine catered by the Swarm.

Gallery Swarm
2902 N Clark St
Chicago, IL 60657
7:00 – 10:00pm
FREE


SATURDAY || March 24th, 2012

2012 Creative Chicago Expo
Now in its 9th year, the Creative Chicago Expo is a chance for arts organizations and artists of all disciplines to connect, exchange information, and share best practices. In the past, more than 5,000 creative practitioners and 140 local and national vendors participated in dozens of consulting sessions and free workshops, and networked across Chicago’s diverse arts communities.

In 2012, The Expo is expanding to two days. Friday, March 23rd will focus on information for arts organizations and creative businesses. Saturday, March 24th will focus on the needs of individual creatives. Some of the information on each day is useful to both artists and organizations, therefore we encourage you to attend both days. Admission is free and open to the public.

Chicago Cultural Center
78 E. Washington Street
Chicago, IL 60602
10:00a – 4:00pm
FREE

Women of a Certain Age
SSCAC Celebrates Women’s History Month with WOMEN OF A CERTAIN AGE: a show of ten female artist “crones” curated by Marva Lee Pitchford Jolly. Join is for an Opening Reception for the show AND a Girls’ Vision Board and Collage Workshop (open to girls of all ages) with mosaic artist Kiela Smith Upton and author and life coach Talayah Stovall. All FREE! Space is limited for the vision board workshop. RSVP at info[at]southsidecommunityatcenter[dot]com.

South Side Community Arts Center
3138 S. Michigan
2pm – 5pm
FREE

Physical Evidence: The Artwork of Zak Sally, John Porcellino & Dale Flattum
PHYSICAL EVIDENCE, a collaboration between Johalla Projects and Rational Park, is a group show featuring the work of Zak Sally, John Porcellino and Dale Flattum, a celebration of the sustainability of DIY practices. The show, presented salon-style, will give viewers a chance to see the scope of the original works of art.

Hand-assembled and/or printed zines, comic books, gig posters and screen-printed sculptures by Sally, Porcellino and Flattum will be available for viewers to purchase. They are physical objects, hand-made and hand-distributed, reminders of the artistic means accessible to individuals with a desire to do it themselves.

RATIONAL PARK
2557 W. North Ave.
Chicago, IL
7:00 – 11:00pm
FREE

Flicks 2 Print: A Graffiti Writer Print Exhibition
Graffiti artists love to take pictures. Sometimes the artists alter and tweak the flicks and use them as print. Join FLASH and a group of graffiti artists as they share photographs, prints of Chicago, and other works. TRIXSTER will be signing limited prints of his “Chicago” piece from 1985. Music by Slugs.

B1E Gallery
6902 N. Glenwood
Chicago, IL
6:00 – 11:00pm
FREE

‘Suicide Bombers’ Art Show By Hamza J. Salim
The Casa Aztlan Art Gallery in Pilsen is pleased to invite you to the Opening Reception of ‘Suicide Bombers’ by Artist Hamza J. Salim on Saturday, March 24th. The new series is first time shown in Chicago since it was first exhibited in New York in September 2011.

Suicide Bombers is a new art series intend to portray the extreme stereotypes manifested mainly through mass media in Western countries and American Culture in which Muslims and Arabs face around the world. The work is derived from the artist’s own encounter and from the encounters of people he knew. It is guided by his personal experience in social division, discrimination, and U.S and Western propaganda post 9/11. It addresses two groups of people: One that continue to inject the already inflated negative notion of what an Arab and/or a Muslim is, and the second group are the ones that go on with their lives oblivious or indifferent to the despair of others.

The initial idea is from a personal connection, and then migrates to address the universal themes of power, sexual development, subdued anger and violence, and feelings of failure and mortality. It is an attempt to embody people’s struggles defined by the human condition. Suicide Bombers is a documentation of the conditions and reality in which an Arab or Muslim individual is up to face due to a misleading label given from birth. At the same time, they reach beyond the individuals themselves to echo the emotions of millions of others uprooted physically or emotionally as result of the same themes. Despite such a morbid reality, the purpose of this work is not to emphasis the darkness of societies but rather to find motivation in the incredible capacity of people to adapt and make the best of their circumstances so they can preserve their dignity, hope, and humanity.

Casa Aztlan
1831 S. Racine Ave
Chicago, IL 60608
5:00 – 10:00pm
FREE

Triad Myriad
North Branch Projects is pleased to present Triad Myriad, an exhibition of recent work by Katie Chung, Amy Sinclair, and Jon Ten Brink. Triad Myriad came to fruition though the collaboration of three interns at North Branch. Through the common use of sketchbooks, the artists discovered similarities in their work, including repetition and simple mark-making. Their interest in exploring the relationship between the interpersonal and intrapersonal languages of visual representation led to the formation of this exhibition. The artists will display fragments of their sketchbooks in the bindery, offering viewers a glimpse into their intrapersonal journeys, which in turn will foster interpersonal dialogue with the public.

North Branch Projects
3550 W. Lawrence
Chicago, IL 60625
6:00pm
FREE

The First Annual RUMBLE ARTS CRAFT FAIR!
Introducing a brand new craft fair featuring local artists, crafters, and creatives from all walks of life! The entire arts center will be dedicated to bringing you a variety of handmade and home-made goods and goodies!

Come to support local talent, but stay for our kid-friendly musical performances and art activities for kids and adults running all throughout the event!

Rumble Arts Center
3413 W. North Ave.
Chicago, IL 60647
1:00 – 4:00pm
FREE

 

SUNDAY || March 25th, 2012

SLOW DANCE // New Works by MATT AUSTIN + EJ HILL
ACRE Projects is proud to present MATT AUSTIN + EJ HILL : SLOW DANCE the next installment in ACRE’s year-long series of exhibitions by 2011 ACRE summer residents.

There are innumerable instances in one’s lifetime when a decelerated pace is not only necessary but inevitable. These moments may appear under the guise of an injured lower back, resulting in a perfectly-timed bout of rest and relaxation; they might appear as a mid-day cell phone battery death, granting one the opportunity for a temporary and guiltless disconnect. On the other hand, there are the times when days quickly become nights that become days (which become days all over again). However, these differing moments share the same seat of significance. They are to each other as the up is to the down, as the inhale is to the exhale.

Matt Austin and EJ Hill come together at ACRE Projects for SLOW DANCE, an exhibition of new works highlighting the negotiation of individual positions within a given union. Through photography, writing, and drawing, Austin and Hill dissolve boundaries between what are typically viewed as dichotomous relationships, in order to highlight their complementary nature. In a constant back and forth and sway from left to right, Austin and Hill lead and follow, while committing (and submitting) to synchronous (and separate) rhythms.

ACRE Projects
1913 W. 17th St.
Chicago, IL
4:00 – 8:00pm
FREE

ART-ZINE/CHICAGO’S ‘A SPRING FLING’
Art-Zine/Chicago is a folio style zine, published quarterly, dedicated to showcasing the art of cutting-edge, fringe artists. Their newly created work is based on a central theme, resulting in a diverse collection of interpretations. On exhibit will be the work of local artists Jeremy Haas, Chris Hodge, Brandon Howe, Sofia Moreno, Erik Peterson and Kelly Reaves, whose contributions are included in the inaugural edition of the zine. Art-Zine/Chicago made its official debut at the recent Chicago Zine Fest.

Also featured at the event will be a special guest appearance by the inimitable performance artist Heather Marie Vernon, performing ‘My Patented Silkeena, Feels Exactly Like Spun Silk’. Arrive early and stay late! Fashionable Spring attire is encouraged. A-Z/C is curated and produced by Daniel Teafoe.

Peanut Gallery
1000 N. California Ave.
Chicago, IL
5:00 – 9:00pm
FREE

AB(e)DUCTED! The Honest Abe Art Show
In December, a heinous act of art theft struck Cole’s Bar, robbing it of its prized Velvet Abraham Lincoln painting. Cut out of its frame, all that’s left is an empty shell as a reminder of the lack of respect that made it’s way into Cole’s. TO RIGHT THIS WRONG, PARTICIPATE! It is a community event! MAKE SOME ABE-INSPIRED ART! Scribble a on a printout, re-imagine a $5 bill, make a stencil, or create an original painted masterpiece and flood Cole’s with Lincolns!

Cole’s Bar
2338 N Milwaukee Ave
Chicago, IL 60647
8:00 – 11:00pm
FREE

//THERE’S ALWAYS MORE//

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