Wednesday, September 1, 2010

News for members

Constance Vepstas' work in the Visual Response to the Oil Disaster show will be next exhibited 2nd Floor Connector Gallery in the Flying Monkey Art Center in Huntsville, Alabama.

C. Veptstas, BP Blinding Proof:

Kathy Weaver is in an exhibit at ZIA Gallery Sept. 10-Oct. 23, with artists Mary Burke and Anne Hughes.  Opening reception Friday, Sept. 10, 5:00-7:30
548 Chestnut St., Winnetka. (

Member artists, remember to drop off your work for the Caffeine IV exhibit at Murphy Hill Gallery. Hours are noon-3PM on Sat. Sept. 18, Mon. Sept. 20, Tues. Sept. 21.  Reception Sat. Sept.25, 6-11PM. 

Need space?  No problem! 6,250 square feet available in Near-North area (middle of Clybourn Corridor, west DePaul and Wicker Park):
Potential studio spaces,  gallery space and theatre space in a well-maintained building.  It has private rooms, an open area, plus a room with a stage, and only needs artists and a person to organize and make it happen.    Contact Al Freiman for info:  (847) 912-8969.

Woman Made Gallery announces two exhibits opening Friday Sept. 10, 6-9PM:  
After Adelita: Myths, Heroes, and Revolutionaries, curated by Amy Galpin,  includes work by Carla Avila, Adriana Baltazar, Esperanza Gama, Maria Gaspar, Judithe Hernández, Patricia Peña, Jenny Priego, and Diana Solís. Adelita was a young woman, real or mythic, who fought in the Mexican Revolution 100 years ago, and continues to inspire artists today.
Seeing in a New Way is an exhibit of sculptures by Constance DeMuth Berg. Her work includes parts of antique furniture, old tools, wooden molds, and other found objects.
685 N. Milwaukee Ave.

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