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Enjoy a product demo without a product; take a building tour before it’s even built. Escape to virtual worlds for games, communication, learning, or even design and painting in 3D! We’ll be taking an (actual) trip over to the interactive studios of Leviathan to explore VR for ourselves with headsets, whole-room tracking you can walk … Continue readingmtanimura
Join Chicago Creative Coalition as we tour the 606 – Chicago’s exciting new elevated linear park stretching over 2 miles long above the city. Learn about its history, art, and grass roots development. Then we’ll grab a bite of Costa Rican food in the neighborhood along the trail at Irazu and head back. Start and end at the 606 trail … Continue readingmtanimura
…freelance writer Diana Schneidman shares
several of her time-tested basic rules that can lead to a more
fruitful freelance business.
NEW DATE! Wednesday, Nov. 19 at 6 p.m. at Kathleen Kearn’s house. She will email her address once you register.mtanimura
Five or six years ago, I realized there was a large contingency of fine artists in our membership, yet most were not creating or showing their fine art work. At a C3 function, I was introduced to George Berlin, who pointed me in the direction of Kevin Lahvic and the Flat Iron Artist Association. Kevin … Continue readingT. J.
A very cool event coming up this June in the Quad Cities- 10 dynamic, electrifying speakers sharing big ideas and inspiration in 20 minute blocks over the weekend! And it’s affordable, starting at just $135! More info: http://onestateillinois.com/George Berlin
Logan Square Impressions is a community-wide public art project to beautify the Fullerton Avenue streetscape in Chicago. Have a look at archil-treasures’ kickstarter campaign. Vist the kickstarter page to learn more about this great project http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1513124502/logan-square-impressions?ref=liveJeff London
To write a post: Log in to your WordPress Administration Panel (Dashboard). Click the Posts tab. Click the Add New Sub Tab Start filling in the blanks. As needed, select a category, add tags, and make other selections from the sections below the post. Each of these sections is explained below. When you are ready, … Continue readingJeff London