1. Memoria Presente: An Artistic Journey

March 24, 2017, 6-8PM
Work by: Alberto Aguilar, Miguel ‘Kane One’ Aguilar, René Hugo Arceo, Juan Angel Chavez, Javier Chavira, Héctor Duarte, William Estrada, Roberto Ferreyra, Eric Garcia, Maria Gaspar, Sergio Gomez, Mario ‘Zore’ Gonzalez, Salvador Jiménez-Flores, Sam Kirk, Rodrigo Lara Zendejas, Ivan Lozano, Jorge Lucero, Nicole Marroquin, Victoria Martinez, Yvette Mayorga, Elsa Muñoz, Alfonso ‘Piloto’ Nieves, Errol Ortiz, Dan Ramirez, Marcos Raya, Luis Romero, Luis A. Sahagun, CHema Skandal, Georgina Valverde, and Gabriel Villa (Curated by Dolores Mercado, Cesáreo Moreno, and Ricardo X. Serment)
National Museum of Mexican Art: 1852 W 19th St, Chicago, IL 60608


2. If You Could Hear a Pin Drop

March 24, 2017, 7-10PM
Work by: Nelly Agassi
Fernwey: 916 N Damen Ave, Chicago, IL 60622


3. Really Real

March 24, 2017, 7-10PM
Work by: Anna Queen
Firecat Projects: 2124 N Damen Ave, Chicago, IL 60647


4. Assterpiece Theatre

March 26, 2017, 4-8PM
Work by:Ty Segall
Soccer Club Club: 2923 N Cicero Ave, Chicago, IL 60641



March 25, 2017, 7-8PM
Work by: Dominic Angerame, Roddy Bogawa, Cassandra Bull, Jacob Burckhardt, Jesse Cain, David Gatten, Richard Max Gavrich, George Griffin, Eve Heller, Mott Hupfel, Nikolas Jaeger, Amanda Katz & Josh Lewis, Theodore Rex King, Robbie Land, rebecca (marks) leopold, Paul Marcus, Daryl Meador, Mary Beth Reed, Jennifer Reeves, Dave Rodriguez, Peter Rose, Lynne Sachs, Josephine Shokrian, Fern Silva & students, Jordan Stone, Mark Street, G. Anthony Svatek & Zachary Nichols, Eric Theise, Audrey and Turner, Michael Wawzenek, Max Weinman & Jake Carl Magee, Timoleon Wilkins
The Nightingale Cinema: 1084 N. Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, IL 60642


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The Visualist, www.thevisualist.org, is more than just a list of dates and events on the internet. It's a really long list of dates and events for exhibitions, artist talks, receptions, festivals, panels, performances, readings, fairs, workshops, and curated content all kinds. At its heart the Visualist is really a cursory archive of actions and engagements throughout Chicagoland. In time, this archive will reach back to the Brunswick Building fire of 1989. While creating this image of Chicago's cultural work, the Visualist is also being updated throughout the week to provide as complete and accurate a day-to-day accounting of these activities as is possible.

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