Thursday, April 26, 2012
Passport To Art
I apologize for the last post. Although I clearly put in breaks between
subjects, this blogger has decided to update itself and of course in
moving on to a better future, blogger totally screwed up the line-break thing.
Hopefully, this time will work better.
This Saturday in The Depot, Passport To Art
This is the 3rd annual student art show and art work from just about every school in Berwyn will be represented. Join and celebrate student art this Saturday! Invite your friends and family!
This event is sponsored by the Berwyn Arts Council, the Berwyn Development Corporation and the Berwyn Depot District Merchants Association.
When you arrive have your child grab a Passport at any of the participating Depot District Businesses and then begin your travels to see the artwork. At the end of your visit, stop at "Over the Rainbow" ice cream parlor where your children will receive a free ice cream cone! The event will start at 10 am and conclude at 2 pm.
Oak Park Area Arts Council is seeking proposals/renderings.
2012 Community Mini-Mural Project
Completed application and rendering of proposed concept should be sent to:
Oak Park Area Arts Council
123 Madison St.
Oak Park, IL 60302
or faxed to (708)383-6692
by 5 p.m on Tuesday, April 30th Not a real date, but the one given.
The mission of the Mini-Mural Project is to create a living community mural which will promote the creative expression of local artists and provide an enriching visual experience to residents and visitors of Oak Park.
Site: The murals will be placed on the inset portions of the southern and northern retaining walls of the Union Pacific Rail line, located throughout Oak Park along the CTA Green Line/Metra elevated train route. The mural areas vary at 6' x 8' and 6' x 11'.
Materials: Each applicant will be required to submit with their application the materials they intend to utilize in the execution of the mural. Paint is the only medium accepted for the mural, and should be of a quality to withstand weather conditions for a reasonable amount of time. Murals will be applied directly to the train embankment, on a pre-primed surface provided for the artist.
Obtaining all materials and supplies necessary for the design and execution of the mural shall be the responsibility of the selected artist. It will be necessary for the artist to apply protective sealant to their art work when the piece is completed.
Stipend: The eight (8) artists selected will each receive a stipend of $500 for materials prior to the execution of the mural, and a final award of $500 each upon the full completion of the artist's project, totaling $1,000 award per artist.
Thursday April 26 16th Street Theater's special guest will by Monica of Readings by Monica. There are still tickets for this Thursday! Join us for Enfrascada followed by this post-show dialogue about psychic powers and the unknown.
Next Thursday May 2, medium and Tarot reader Cristina Balderas of Angelic Tarot will be our guest. Post-show dialogues happen every Thursday and Friday.
Tanya Saracho's JEFF recommended Enfrascada (A Hoodoo Comedy of Jarring Proportions) received 3 stars from Kerry Reid in Friday's Chicago Tribune! "It's a winning night out, thanks to a top-flight cast and Saracho's growing gift for sharp one-liners."
22, a design studio and multi-use creative space in Berwyn, is proud to announce its fourth gallery exhibit, The T-Shirt Show. The exhibit will include unique T-shirt designs from twenty different artists and designers. The show will be on display at 22 from April 21 to May 8, with an opening reception on Friday, April 20 at 6pm. Almost all of the shirts will be available for sale during the exhibit's duration.
Check out 22's website.
Doing anything June 2nd?
City of Homes fundraiser. Promoting Berwyn's Historic Housing.
3 pm to 9 pm. 2827 Maple. Fifty dollars. Food, open bar, specialty drinks and a silent auction.
All proceeds will support CoHo's mission.
Click for details.