1. I’m Not Trying to Change Anything, I’m just Changing

September 28th, 2019 7-10PM
Work by: Sonnenzimmer, AppleButter Animated
Public Works: 1539 N Damen Ave, Chicago, IL 60622


2. Janice Nowinski: Bodies of Paint

September 28th, 2019
Work by: Janice Nowinski (curated by Anne Harris)
Riverside Arts Center, Freeark Gallery and Sculpture Garden: 32 E Quincy St, Riverside, IL 60546


3. Aesthetics of Violence & Resistance: Fashion to Architecture

September 26th, 2019 6:30-8PM
Work by: Hoda Katebi
Arts Incubator: 301 E Garfield Blvd, Chicago, IL 60637


4. Hyde Park Jazz Festival

September 28th, 2019 1PM-12AM
Performances by: Abeeku, Ambrose Akinmusire Trio ft. Kris Davis and Nasheet Waits, Andy Oberhausen, Angelo Hart Trio, Bill MAckay and Katina Kleijn, Dana Hall, The Greg Artry Quartet, Haitidansco, Isaiah Collier and the Chosen Few, Juan Pastor, Ladies and Gentleman of Jazz, Marlene Rosenberg, Nick Mazzarella Quintet, Occidental Brothers Dance Band International, Pharez Whitted Band, The Regulartors, Sam Trump Quartet, Story Share on the Midway, Tia Fuller, The Alexander/Mclean Project, Amir Elsaffar with Ksawery Wojcinski and Waclaw, Angel Bat Dawid, Ari Brown, Bill Mcfarland and the Chicago Horns, DJ Sadie Woods, Greg Ward, Irvin Pierce, Joey Brink, Karuna, Maggie Brown, Natalie Y Moore, Noteworthy Jazz Ensemble, Orbert Davis, Project Tool, Richard Johnson, Shanta Nurullah, Sylvie Courvoisier and Mary Halvorson, Trio Mokili, Willie Jones II with Renee Neufville
Midway Plaisance: 1130 Midway Plaisance, Chicago, IL 60637


5. Portals

September 27th, 2019 5-8PM
Work by: Hale Ekinci, Shir Ende, Mayumi Lake, Liang Luscombe (curated by Elliot Reichert)
Chicago Artists Coalition: 2130 W Fulton St, Chicago, IL 60612

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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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