Thursday, January 7, 2010

In advance of the broken arm . . .

 It only takes a little snow to bring Duchamp to mind.

An image of Sandra Holubow's piece, Urban Connections (photo collage with acrylic on canvas) was chosen for the Community Arts Assistance Program, 2010 Grant Application. You'll find it on the hard copy of the CAAP Grant application, available at the City of Chicago, Department of Cultural Affairs, Cultural Grants Division, 78 East Washington St., Chicago. The electronic application (which does not have the cover art) is available at

Shelley Gilchrist has a drawing in the national show Americas 2010 Paperworks Competition at Hartnett Gallery, Minot State University in Minot, ND.  The exhibit runs January 11-February 24.

As part of the Chicago Public Radio's "best of" series, the interview of Eric Holubow on "848" with Alison Cuddy was repeated on  December 30 on  91.5 FM. You can stream it anytime at audioID=17609.

The schedule for the upcoming 20th Evanston + Vicinity Biennial is on the website: .  Hardcopy applications will be available soon; the jurors are John Himmelfarb and Julie Rodriguez-Widholm.

Didier Nolet is teaching classes in basic drawing, soft pastel, and painting (old and acrylic) in and around the city:  Evanston, Oak Park, Beverly area, Old Town, Highland Park and at his studio.  For details, contact him at (773) 470-7833 or (not a link) .

ARC Gallery invites everyone to their opening Friday, January 8, 6-9 PM.  Artists are Kina Bagovska, Dylan A.T. Miner, Barb Blacharczyk and Allison Svoboda.  See for details. The show is up until  January 30.   Location:  832 W. Superior, #204. Phone:   (312) 733-2787.

 . . .  and Happy New Year to us all.


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