Episode: 572 Dawn Hancock Firebelly Design

January 4, 2017 · Print This Article

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Dawn Hancock! Chicago Design thought leader and righteous warrior for a better world and better design!

Live from the late late afternoon show.

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The Late, Late Afternoon Show will expose students to the best and the brightest across Chicago’s vivid cultural landscape. The class is taught through a talk show/interview format, allowing each week’s featured guest to share their life and work experiences in the arts. Students will race across the city to experience music venues, museums, theatres, performances, art exhibits, design shows and all the human-made beauty a world-class city’s culture provides.




Episode: 569 Jason Salavon

December 29, 2016 · Print This Article

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JASON SALAVON! The University of Chicago’s genius computational artist. World changer, visualizer like no other.

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The Late, Late Afternoon Show will expose students to the best and the brightest across Chicago’s vivid cultural landscape. The class is taught through a talk show/interview format, allowing each week’s featured guest to share their life and work experiences in the arts. Students will race across the city to experience music venues, museums, theatres, performances, art exhibits, design shows and all the human-made beauty a world-class city’s culture provides.




Episode 568: Stan Shellaberger

December 28, 2016 · Print This Article

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Chicago’s walking and printing magic man, Stan Shellaberger!

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The Late, Late Afternoon Show will expose students to the best and the brightest across Chicago’s vivid cultural landscape. The class is taught through a talk show/interview format, allowing each week’s featured guest to share their life and work experiences in the arts. Students will race across the city to experience music venues, museums, theatres, performances, art exhibits, design shows and all the human-made beauty a world-class city’s culture provides.




Episode 566: Jennifer Mills!

December 22, 2016 · Print This Article

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This week we are treated to one of our most unusual interviews ever. Welcome Jennifer Mills to the stage! Or the karaoke booth?

Jennifer Mills well known in Chicago as both a avant garde comedian and value stomping contemporary artist now being introduced to audiences across NYC!

This week we are also sponsored by SAIC’s MFA in Printmedia! That same fine institution which produced Bad at Sports host Duncan MacKenzie! http://www.saic.edu/academics/departments/print/ Apply now, your MFA application is due January 7th. They are looking for a tenure track faculty member if you know anyone mostly famous and incredible awesome. Duncan is hoping they hire Ciara Philips.




Kevin Jennings (1979-2016)

June 28, 2016 · Print This Article

Kevin JenningsKevin Jennings from Fryvalry III, Hyde Park Art Center, June 2009

Beloved father, husband, son, brother, artist, doorstop pioneer, deep fried meat master, incredibly skilled craftsman, personal hero, frequent collaborator and great friend Kevin Jennings passed away last week, he was 36.

Since receiving his MFA from UIC in 2004 Kevin’s thoughtful and often provocative work, mostly sculptures, has been show at a variety of spaces including Slow, Second Bedroom, the Franklin, Terraformer, Heaven, 312, the MCA, Performa11, 1/Quarterly, C.O.M.A., VONZWECK, Hyde Park Art Center, D Gallery, INVISIBLE-EXPORTS, Experimental Station and others.

Kevin taught occasionally at UIC and SAIC but through his day job as the Instructional Lab Specialist for Studio Arts at UIC he trained, influenced, inspired and befriended a legion of artists.

A Memorial visitation will be held Wednesday, June 29, 2016 at the M J SUERTH FUNERAL HOME, 6754 N Northwest Hwy., Chicago from 3:00 pm – 9:00 pm.