1. Quiet Storm

September 9, 2017, 7-10PM
Work by: Ayanah Moor and Krista Franklin
Produce Model Gallery: 1007 W 19th St, Chicago, IL 60608

 

2. Salves/Jill

September 9, 2017, 5-8PM
Work by: Lilli Carré
Western Exhibitions: 1709 W Chicago Ave, Chicago, IL 60642

 

3.  Compulsory Self-insertion

September 9, 2017, 6-9PM
Work by: Chuck Jones
Slow: 2153 W 21st St, Chicago, IL 60608

 

4. The Pre-Vinylette Society

September 8, 2017, 6-9PM
Work by: Alex May Hughes, Alice Mazzilli, Alicia Jennings, Alicja Polachek, Anna Frederick, Anna Weber, Anne McDonald, Ashlee Stewack, Ashley Fundora, Astoria, Caitlyn Galloway, Carol Kauffman, Chrissy Lebel, Christchurch, Christin Louth (The Brushettes), Christine DeShazo, Crystal White, Darla Dee Hagensick, Debra Styer, Dirty Bandits, Elaine Wallis, Hannah Sunny Whaler, Heather Hardison, Heidi Tullmann, Hollis Austin, Jennifer Konanz, Jessica Cowley, Jill Welsh, Joy Kjer, Judy Grossman, Jules M, Julie Auclair-Eikmeier, Katie Cooper, Kelley Bell, Kelly Golden, Kelly Spencer, Kelsey McClellan, Kimberley Edwards, Leslie Wood, Liane Barker, Marissa Cianciulli, Megan Wood, Michelle Nguyen, Miranda Ensink, Nancy Bennett, Nisha K. Sethi, Noella Cotnam, Norma Jeanne Maloney, Olivia Trimble, Pickles, Rachel Millar, Remedios Rapoport, Remy Chwae, Sarah Linkus, Sharon Davis, Shelby Wenzlaff, Suzanne Bircher, Suzy Currell, Tone Emblemsvåg, Trenely Garcia, Tricia O’Neill, Vanessa Power, Wendy Ibarra, Yvette Rutledge, Zara Gaze, and Zulma Ruiz Diaz (Curated by Meredith Kasabian and Shelby Rodeffer)
Chicago Art Department: 1932 S Halsted St, Ste 100, Chicago, IL 60608

 

5. Last Birthday

September 8, 2017, 6-8:30PM
Work by Sarah and Joseph Belknap, Breanne Trammell, Betsy Odom, and Rafael E. Vera
DEMO Project: 732 N 4th St, Springfield, IL 62702

 

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