“Let us think of these things always. Let us speak of them never” by Every House Has A Door on the MCA stage Feb 9-13.
Category: Cross Discipline Art
In “The Labors” by Mark Jeffery and Judd Morrissey, the plotting of star maps and interpretive movements of labor intertwine to create this minimal yet poignant performance at the MCA through January 16th.
Lynn Basa details industry options for artists
Get lucky at Music Box this holiday season. Free Tickets!
The epic piece combines violin, electronic puppetry, music and visuals.
UPDATE: I feel like the Superfly Pusher Man of free indie movie Tickets. This is what I have left (as of 12/6): Tiny Apartment – I think I have about 0 sets of tickets left. UPDATE: if you wrote and I sent you an email, then your tickets will hopefully get to you by tomorrow […]
The Drawing Workshop studies the skeletal structure as a basis for form.
Ask a lawyer is a series that’s emerged because we have a lawyer on hand willing to dispense free advice. So, in the midst of talking about how satire is immune from copyright, I hear that the “Downfall” spoofs have been removed from YouTube, and I consult local lawyer Cara Dehnert Huffman for some insight.
It’s common knowledge that Chicago Art Magazine always just runs on fumes, and while we recover our costs from the expansion, we’re doubly so. One thing we do, editorially, is quickly create lots of “evergreen” content, load up “the content hopper schedule” and then all the writers take a break – or in this case, […]
The School of the Art Institute of Chicago performance department is a mystery to some. SAIC has one of the highest rated graduate programs in the U.S and is known to push its students conceptually, rather than aesthetically. Regular contributor Minami Furukawa investigates.
The Marina Abramovic Institute, due to open in the fall of 2012 in Hudson, New York, will offer artist workshops, courses for the public, a library, a grants program, and housing for students in seeking to develop interest and quality in performance art.
Candice Weber reviews “Australia,” Concertina’s current show featuring the work of two contemporary Australian artists: Anthea Behm & Aron Gent. In the end Weber muses over Behm’s ability to help us with our own cinamyth, Dances With Wolves.
(Dis)abling Conditions – perspectives from three critics and artist response.
Stan Shellabarger and Dutes Miller sit at opposite ends of an increasingly massive needlecraft
Cuban performance artist Tania Bruguera’s art practice shows no boundaries in order to express controversial issues. Her pieces, centered around politics, personal freedoms, and the Cuban revolution provoke discomfort and debate, and often utilize an unknowing audience.