What does one do with an unanswered question, an incalculable variable, or an unquantifiable set of details?
Friday, August 22, 2014 to Thursday, September 11, 2014
Opening Reception: Friday, August 22, 6-9pm
What does one do with an unanswered question, an incalculable variable, or an unquantifiable set of details? HATCH residents present a slice of sweet alternatives, generating new chronicles, inclusive archives, and palatable bodies of work.
A workshop about how to build and grow an art festival or fair from the ground up
Monday, June 30, 2014 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm
For this workshop, organizers of film, music, performance and theater festivals will share the experience gained and lessons learned as they built successful city-wide and international arts festivals from the ground up.
An exploration of moments of tranquility, intimacy, and reflection during intentional pastoral respite.
Friday, May 30, 2014 to Tuesday, June 17, 2014
Opening Reception: Friday, May 30, 6-9pm
In Radical Natural, HATCH residents Liz Gadelha, Wolfie E Rawk, and Nora Renick-Rinehart explore moments of tranquility, intimacy, and reflection that transpire during periods of intentional pastoral respite.
Former participants in CAC’s residency programs, Jenny Kendler, Stacia Yeapanis and Brent Fogt, along with artist Meg Leary will lead a tour of their Bucktown studios and discuss their work as part of the Henbane Artists Collective.
Work by BOLT Residents Jovencio de la Paz and Oli Rodriguez
Friday, May 2, 2014 to Thursday, May 22, 2014
Opening reception: Friday May 2, 2014, 6-9pm
In "I want something more than my husband and my house." BOLT Residents Jovencio de la Paz and Oli Rodriguez present an exhibition dealing with flipped material languages, inverted volumes, and tense surfaces.
Please join us at Chicago Artists Coalition on April 15th as CAR Music Researcher J. Johari Palacio moderates an informal discussion with some of Chicago's seasoned music curators Joe Bryl, Duane Powell and Scott McNiece.
HATCH Projects Residents Delaney DeMott, Hope Esser and Megan Stroech consider the orchestrated set of systems demonstrated in the gallery setting and are prompted to interrogate the organized structure of the exhibition experience.
A solo exhibition by BOLT Resident Reut Avisar presents a peek into a multidisciplinary practice that investigates the circulation of culturally loaded objects and artifacts through time, place, and political forces.