New work by Mariana Sissia.
The Mission is located at 1431 W. Chicago Ave. Reception is Friday from 6-9pm.
Performance by NON GRATA, co-presented by DEFIBRILLATOR and New Capitol.
DEFIBRILLATOR is located at 1136 N Milwaukee Ave. Reception for Cjoloniewski installation begins at 6pm. Bus to performance (at undisclosed location) boards at 7pm. Bus returns to DEFIBRILLATOR for reception at 8:30pm.
Work by Veronica Bruce, Morgan Sims, and Brian McNearney.
Robert Bills Contemporary is located at 222 N. Desplaines. Reception is Saturday from 7-9pm.
Work curated by Tom Burtonwood and Holly Holmes of What It Is in Oak Park.
Hinge Gallery is located at 1955 W. Chicago. Reception is Saturday from 6-9pm.
Work by Sona Hovhannisyan, Kim Leutwyler, Nick Cuevas, Theodore Darst, Roman Serra, Nick Hochstettler, Lou Regele, Andrew Rigsby, Wang Frank Ye-feng, Chris Collins, Andrew Rosinski, Lydia Brockman, Whitney Fitzpatrick, and Allen Vandever.
R&D Gallery is located at 2000 N. Halsted St. Reception is Saturday from 7-10pm.
Work by Aidan Fitzpatrick and Kasia Houlihan.
Comfort Station is located at 2579 N. Milwaukee Ave. Reception is Saturday at 3:30pm.
Work by William Bacarella, Luis Miguel Bendaña, Elana Cooper, Francisco Cordero-Oceguera, Theodore Darst, James Ferguson, Michael Gerrity, Brandon Kosters, Sam Lipp & Chloe Seibert, Riley McBride, Drew Olivo, Yaloo Pop, Greg Reigh, Michael Sajdak, Rob Steinberg, Jenn Swann, Hiba Ali, Karina Fisher, Katie Jo, Youngmee Ruh, and Matt Smith.
The Columbus Auditorium is located at SAIC, 280 S. Columbus Dr. Reception is Friday (tonight) from 5-8pm.
Work by John Henley.
Slow is located at 2153 W. 21st St. Reception is Saturday from 6-9pm.
Environmental Factors includes work by Veronica Bruce & Ceramics: The World’s Most Fascinating Pastime includes work by Xavier Toubes, Patricia Rieger, Oliver Apte, Hannah Manfredi, Sarah Doll, Oliver Henry, Lesley Jackson, and Mirentxu Ganzarain.
Julius Caesar is located at 3114 W. Carroll Ave. Reception is Sunday from 4-7pm.
Select Media Festival 9: Infoporn II Exhibition includes work by work by Tom Burtonwood, Dayton Castleman, Caleb Charland, Jeremiah Chiu, The Center for Urban Pedagogy, Column Five Media, Theodore Darst, Louis Doulas, David A. Garcia, Firebelly Design, Francesco Franchi, Cody Hudson, Gary Kachadourian, Derek Lerner, The New City Reader Classifieds project by Kazys Varnelis and Joseph Grima & others, MaTeVoS, Serifcan Ozcan, The Present Group, The PMIRL library Infoporn Collection, Adam Lonczynski, Adam Lonczynski and Joshua Clarfelt.
Opening is Friday night from 8pm – 1am. $6
BYOB (Bring your own Beamer): “We take down the Infoporn II exhibition and leave the gallery walls blank for use in Chicago’s first Bring Your Own Beamer (BYOB) event. BYOB is a series of exhibitions hosting artists and their projectors. Started by Berlin-based Rafa√´l Rozendaal, we are excited to host the Chicago version during SMF9. Please show up with a projection source and a projector.”
BYOB is Sunday night from 6pm – 10pm. FREE
Co-Prosperity Sphere is located at 3219 S Morgan St.
The second performance of While What Waits featuring performers Holly Bittinger, Erin Briddick, Veronica Bruce, Jim Dee, Chad Duda, Aaron Gang, Danielle Lavoy, Gino Marconi, Vince McClelland, Katy Nielsen, Rebecca Pyles, Christopher Smith, Jackie Sestak, James Strzelinski, and Adam Todd.
ROOMS Productions is located at 1835 S. Halsted St. Performance is Friday from 7-10pm.
Work by Matthew Woodward. Jennifer Presant: Surface Tension in the project room.
Linda Warren Gallery is located at 1052 W. Fulton Mkt. Reception is Friday from 6-9pm.
Work by Jesse Butcher.
Swimming Pool Project Space is located at 2858 W. Montrose Ave. Reception is Saturday from 6-9pm.
Two still life painters showing minimally colored works.
Carrie Secrist Gallery is located at 835 W. Washington. Reception is Saturday from 4-7pm.