Please join us for the opening of Andrea Coleman's solo exhibition, "Draped in Color". Coleman uses digital painting and collage to explore the unreliable contents of memory. Referencing photographic family memorabilia and clippings, Coleman challenges the idea of authenticity through use of aura and portraiture.
Andrea Coleman is an artist based in Chicago who utilizes the various medium of oils, acrylics paints, magazine clippings and digital prints. Inspired by her suburban upbringing, animation and
various mural artists, her work currently investigates the interconnectedness of aura and narrative. Graduated with her BFA at Columbia College Chicago, she is currently the Idea Award recipient of the Art and Art Activism organization and Hollis Sigler Manifest Award. She is also currently an artist resident in Chicago Artist Coalition's HATCH Projects.
About the space:
Hume Chicago is an artist-led, volunteer-run project space focused on creating space for, providing resources to, and elevating other emerging & traditionally underrepresented artists. Hume aims to serve the Humboldt Park and Logan Square communities through dynamic, accessible arts programming. We strive to foster an inclusive, creative environment in which emerging Chicago artists and their neighbors can commune and engage.
Hume maintains an open call for month-long exhibitions, workshops, and other creative projects proposed by emerging artists traditionally underrepresented in commercial galleries.
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Hume is an all-volunteer artist-run space. We welcome (and depend on!) monetary and in-kind donations. If you'd like to help us amplify the voices of underrepresented artists, please consid
er making a tax-deductible one time or recurring donation here:www.fracturedatlas.org/site/fiscal/profile?id=12145 or get in touch about donating goods or services at firstname.lastname@example.org
Refreshments for this event are provided by the good folks at Burnt City Brewing.
Thanks to generous community donations, our exhibition space is now wheelchair accessible!