In conjunction with Sculpture City St. Louis 2014, CAR is offering one Chicago-based visual artist a free registration to attend the conference in St. Louis in April. Click to apply.
Join us at the 2014 Creative Chicago Expo, March 14–15 at the Chicago Cultural Center, 10am–4pm. Connect with Chicago’s creative community, find resources and information for you to thrive. Choose from 30+ workshops and 140 exhibitors. This year’s theme, Moving Forward, will be highlighted by four keynote speakers: artist Theaster Gates, chef Carrie Nahabedian, fashion designer Maria Pinto and filmmaker Robert Teitel. FREE – No RSVP. For event details and schedule, visit creativechicagoexpo.org.
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We're changing it up this month from the ususal exhibitions and lectures to something a little more interactive. We'll spend March checking out a series of learning events like workshops, classes and hangouts. Events range in cost from free to $300, so whether you're looking for something family friendly or a little more serious, there's something happening in Chicago this March just for you.
It's March. That's the homestretch right? As the next Vortex closes in, instead of hiding away, stand up to mother nature and see some great theater. Here are CAR Theater's top five picks for March. We'll see you at the show.
Okay, so now I'm getting serious. No more fooling around here, people. It is time for us all to get up off couch, out of bed, take a shower, turn off "House of Cards," bundle up and step out that door. This is my call to literary arms for all of us! We know we have to get out house and get down to business.
March has snuck up on us, needless to say, so don't miss out on the exciting opportunities and performances that it offers. If you missed earlier announcements, you still have time to get in an application to programs by DCASE for dance and theater as well as Mordine & co. for choreographic mentorship. And if you've been craving genre-defying performance, March is the month to buy your tickets: Adam Rose, Mark Jeffery, and Ginger Krebs are all mounting exciting new works! Let's explore the limits of dance.
Jyl Bonaguro works in a variety of mediums. Using drawing, painting and sculpture, she explores both landscapes and the human figure.
Animator Fernanda Torres of Bogota, Colombia, approached me about composing a soundtrack for her digital short after hearing my instrumental album. We collaborated back and forth via the Internet for about one year.
Nothing to See/Hear is a love story about two women and their unraveling relationship. As the estranged couple poses in a portrait studio, each reflects on their former intimacy. The story is set to the bittersweet track A True Story of a Story of True Love by The Books.
Copyright law can be confusing, especially with the abundance of misinformation circulated. In a perfect world, artists, art dealers, art lovers, and everyone else in the art community would live in harmony and there would never be any conflicts. Unfortunately disagreements do arise.
Affording myself the time to free-write responses is one of the primary advantages of starting early. Later, during the editing process, this work frees up time to hone my responses to address the prompts in an articulate manner.
Before I start dancing or hashing ideas out in the studio, I have already accumulated too many ideas. At first I don’t put any reins on these ideas. I have dreamed them up, and I give those dreams their full due.
According to IRS statistics, small business formation and tax filings increased by 15% percent between 2007 and 2011. As a result the IRS's largest increase of audits were of flow-through entities in fiscal year 2012.
I have been trying to clarify what is coming out from me: the pull between conventional human desire and a spiritual quest; facts on human existential manipulation; and the path for salvation. To convey the value of being, I always try to move with the awareness that humans and moments are ephemeral, and any relationships are interdependent.
Diverse Voices in Docs is a fellowship program for emerging documentary filmmakers of color offering mentorship, workshops and professional development opportunities to help to increase the diversity of filmmakers and of the stories they tell.