Thursday, May 13, 2010

It's not March, it's May

When you're out and about in Old Town, look for Eric H. Steele's sculpture, Victor.  Beginning May 19, it will be installed at Wells and Burton for a year, as part of the Lakefront Sculpture Exhibition.
 Victor, E.H. Steele:

Deus Ex Machina, a two-person exhibit, opens at the Charnel House this Friday, May 14, 6-9 PM.  The Chicago-based artists are Megan Sterling and Stan KonowitzVicky Szilagyi writes that the exhibit "blends the ecclesiastic esoterica of divinity with the rigid, crusader-imposed decorum of religion.  Megan Sterling's work deconstructs a classical approach to religious iconography, while Stan Konowitz's paintings question human nature from a dogmatic sense of morality."  3421 W. Fullerton, through June 6.  Hours 12-5, Sat. and Sun., and by appointment. (773) 871-9046.
David and Goliath, S. Konowitz:

Friction, M. Sterling:

Robert Kameczura announces a concert by the Pilgrim Chamber Players and soprano Patrice Michaels on Sunday May 23.  Among other pieces, they will perform Three Kameczura Songs, that is, three of Robert's poems set to music by the late composer, Dan Tucker.  Robert will give a short talk about working with Dan Tucker and will introduce the music.  3 PM, Highland Park Community House, 1991 Sheridan Rd., Highland Park.  $20.

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