CHICAGO: threewalls presents Kelly Kaczynski’s The Stagehand’s Unseen, an installment of her ongoing project, the conceptual play, Olympus Manger and Kirsten Leenaar’s The Impossible Voyage (Larry and Jacob Kart)
Our friends at Contraphonic are expanding their sound-mapping to cities across the country…check it out and donate if you can…
Venture(s) - 2 min 46 sec - Frank Van Duerm
cats & cats & cats & cats
Archival digital print
17” x 22”
Edition of 3
30” x 44”
Edition of 1
MAXIMUM PLANTS AND ANIMALS. THANK STEPHEN EICHHORN.
Milton Roberts, local resident and friend of Harold Arts, sings Gene Watson’s *Farewell Party.*
Jacob Kart, Guitars
J Ashley Miller, Bass
Brian J Sulpizio, Drums
Recorded by Brian J Sulpizio
Produced by John Singree
Video by Ben Fain
Harold Arts Trailblazer I 2010
Don’t-miss picks for Wed 06.02.10 through Tue 06.08.10. Find more things to do in the Chicago Guide, inside every issue of Chicago.
Longman’s One-night Stand
THE EAGLE HAS LANDED …or, at least, perched briefly: A one-night-only art installation (left) takes up residence in the much buzzed about but yet-to-open inn above Longman & Eagle’s dining rooms (right).
Six Rooms at Longman & Eagle
We’re guessing you’re familiar with the Logan Square hotspot Longman & Eagle. And you’ve probably heard tell of the six yet-to-open hotel rooms on the gastropub’s second floor. But you haven’t seen them. No one has. Until now. For one night-only, the local organization Harold Arts hosts an art installation spread across the upstairs inn-to-be, with works by a bevy of local artists, plus live music by Joe Adamik and Jim Becker (Califone), Matt Lux (Isotope 217), and Dan Bitney (Tortoise). We respectfully suggest you RSVP now.
GO: June 5 at 9. $15 includes a Belgian ale and snacks. Longman & Eagle, 2657 N Kedzie. RSVP required: email@example.com
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