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Pay It Forward>>Composite

Pay It Forward>>Composite
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,... 

Big Ideas: The Future of Art

Big Ideas: The Future of Art
This article kicks off Big Ideas, a new series exploring Chicagoan’s thoughts about contemporary art. In college I was told again and again that the avant-garde is over. Art is no longer focused primarily around advancement, progress, and originality. Since the early 1970’s, art’s only rule has been “anything goes”. I quickly fell into the thinking of some historians that if artists... 

Sitting down with Suzanne Makol of Composite

Sitting down with Suzanne Makol of Composite
Composite is an electronic, quarterly arts magazine based in Chicago and San Francisco. Its mission is to “seek a continued communal and artistic dialogue among artists at all levels and mediums, striv[ing] to create a space where one can view and consider works that may not be shown together traditionally”.  To get to the bottom of how Composite’s editors make that goal a reality, I sat down... 
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