Mon23Feb20153:30 amThe James C. Tyree Auditorium of Mesirow Financial, 353 N. Clark St.
Join us for an intimate conversation with Pulitzer-Prize winning and Project& fellow Lynsey Addario to celebrate the release of her memoir, “It’s What I Do,” published by Penguin Press.
The book follows Addario as she documents the major conflicts and humanitarian crises of our time, traveling from Afghanistan to the Congo to Syria with camera in hand.
The event will take place on February 23rd at The James C. Tyree Auditorium of
Mesirow Financial, 353 N. Clark St.
Doors will open at 5:30pm, and the program will begin at 6:00pm. The program is free and open to the public. Books will be available for sale, and a book signing will follow the event.
No RSVP is required, but please direct all inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org or 773-606-2384.
For more information, see the Project& website.
Mon02Mar20155:00 amApple Store, N. Michigan Ave.
In this Apple Store talk Dave will discuss his creative process: from concept to creation.
Dave will elaborate on taking ideas and concepts from his mind (or a creative’s) and walking through the process of bringing it to life in a photograph. Character development, choosing a narrative or point of view, and then deciding the best approach for execution will be presented through examples of both commercial/editorial and personal work.
He will discuss the process of determining whether an image should be created on location, on a set in the studio, or through a composited combination of both. And, express the importance of personal work as a tool to work through these processes so they are at the ready when a client calls.
Dave Rentauskas is an award-winning editorial and advertising photographer based in Chicago. Both his photography and the characters he creates are vivid, colorful, and lighthearted. Whether he's being serious or humorous, his stylized portraits are developed through thoughtful narrative and attention to detail.
Abbvie, Allstate, ASUS, AT&T, Ciroc Vodka, Ray Ban, Seattle’s Best, The Second City, Businessweek, The Guardian, and Chicago Magazine.
Fri27Mar2015Sun31May2015Ukrainian Institue of Modern Art
This exhibit opens an untapped new window into Ukrainian Art History. It shows the talents of six artists that came from different backgrounds, all born in what is now Ukraine, who through the vagaries of world history settled in Australia before and after World War II.
More details at http://uima-chicago.org/australian-artists-from-ukraine/
Sat02May201512–8pm2744 West Superior St. Chicago
A Festival of Creative Reuse—making the ordinary, extraordinary!
Gathering artisans, makers, and fine artists from throughout the Chicago area, Chicago Art Mart captures the essence of everything upcycled and recycled. Featuring one of a kind wearable art, functional sculpture, fine art, and home decor by emerging artists who are turning throwaway items into fabulous new things!
Over 15 artisans and food vendors are expected. Hands-on upcycling workshops in mosaics, sculpture, 3D music sculpture and hanging sculpture will be coordinated by Chicago Creative Coalition. Mention C3 for entry.
Sponsored by the Superior Street Center For The Arts, Chicago Creative Coalition, and The Wasteshed.
"Around the Corner" Art Exhibit May 16
An Art Exhibit by Northwest Side Artists Who Are Coming of Age
Teen artists who are 'around the corner' from their adult lives will exhibit works for one day only on Saturday, May 16, 2015 at Artorium, Inc., an arts center at 5719 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago. The exhibit is free and open to the public from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Light refreshments will be served.
Northwest Arts Connection (NAC), a grassroots organization dedicated to supporting Northwest Side Chicago artists and to making their work accessible to its residents, presents this celebration of artists who are coming of age.
The artists' pieces look back on significant life experiences. As one artist commented, 'My journey pot shows moments in my life that have shaped me into the person I am today.'
Students from two area high schools are participating in the exhibit—Luther North College Prep and Lydia Urban Academy.
Fri05Jun2015Fri24Jul2015Wed-Sun 12-4pmUkrainian Institue of Modern Art, 2320 W. Chicago Ave.
As a graphic designer, Art Paul had an adventurous career as founding art director of Playboy magazine and designer of its signature rabbit-head logo. This exhibition documents Art Paul’s career as an artist after he retired from Playboy in 1982.
Fri02Oct2015Sun04Oct2015The House at French Creek, 2241 Windy Ridge Road, Lansing, IA
The tour includes over 55 artists at 30 locations and leads visitors and art lovers on a scenic tour of the back roads and byways of Iowa's Driftless Region. Included is work by C3's Karen Woodbury at the House on French Creek.
Fri04Dec20157-11PMFilament Theater, 4041 N Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago
Alderman John Arena's Outta This World 45th Ward Holiday Party!
Friday, December 4, 7-11PM, Filament Theater, 4041 N. Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago.
Featuring music by Davis Rogan & PLANET CLAIRE.
Food and beverage by many of the 45th Ward's finest establishments (including beer by the 45th Ward's Lake Effect Brewing).