Jan
5
12:00 PM12:00

First Satuday Evanston Art Events

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Saturday, January 5: Celebrate and elevate the visual arts in Evanston, attend First Saturday Art Events 12-8p.

Open Studio w Socorro Mucino and Janet Webber, 927 Noyes Street

Student Art Show, One River School of Art + Design, 1033 Davis Street, 6-8p

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Hosts are encouraged to open their creative spaces to the public, let us know about your event by commenting on this event and we'll add the info to the promotions. Email evanstonmade[at]gmail.com

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Exhibit: Paper Dolls, works on paper by Socorro Mucino and Janet Webber
Dec
1
to Dec 9

Exhibit: Paper Dolls, works on paper by Socorro Mucino and Janet Webber

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Exhibit: Paper Dolls, works on paper by Socorro Mucino and Janet Webber

Two printmakers examine the social construct of “dolls” from cherished playthings to lingering female ideals. Image left by Socorro Mucino and image right by Janet Webber.

Congratulations to artists Socorro Mucino and Janet Webber on the Paper Dolls exhibit up they 12/0.

Opening night had babies, Bling, cheese and lots of people celebrating and elevating the arts!

Gallery hours,

12/2, Sunday 1-6p
12/5, Wednesday 5-8p
12/7, Friday 5-9p
12/9, Sunday 12-5p & Artist Talk 3-5p

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Dec
1
12:00 PM12:00

First Saturday Art Events - December

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Dec 1: Celebrate and elevate the visual arts in Evanston, attend First Saturday Art Events

The Saw Room Gallery: "View Finder" Exhibit works by Ross Martens, Avram Eisen, Darren Oberto, Chris Greene. 1712 Rear 2 Sherman Ave., Art Opening, 5-8p

Perspective Gallery: Katsy Johnson's "Dark Pretty Things" and Larry Chait's "Noir". 1310-1/2B Chicago Ave., Opening 5-7p

Evanston Public Library Gallery: Standing Rock: Photographs of an Indigenous Movement and Lecture. 1703 Orrfington Ave., 3-4p.

1100 Florence Gallery: "Paper Dolls" Exhibit w Socorro Mucino & Janet Webber. 1100 Florence Ave., Art Opening, 5-8p

SPACE900 Ceramics Pop Up Sale, works by Ilana Birg, Irina Ratner, Vicki Schwartz-Mided & Judy Solomon. 816 Dempster Street, 10a-5p,

Midwest Clay Guild Holiday Ceramics Sale, 1601 Payne St., 11a-6p

Jack Kraig Photography Inc. Studio Sale, 1123 Florence Ave., 12-8p

Lindy Stockton at Collage Cafe, Studio Sale, 1129 Florence Ave., 12-8p

Open House & Sale, Alice George, Laura Fatemi, Bonnie Katz, David Rubman. 1123 Florence Ave., 6-8p, Screening of Alice George’s video at 7p

Mill Creek Miniatures, works by Amy O. Woodbury, 1127 Florence, 1-5p

Cheri Lasher Scarves and Gift Sale, 1123 Florence Ave., 12-8p

Ben Blount Print Sale, 1123 Florence Ave., 12-8p

Learn more at evanstonmade.com

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First Saturday - November
Nov
3
10:00 AM10:00

First Saturday - November

Celebrate and elevate the arts in Evanston by attending First Saturday Evanston events.

Event: Discover the stories hidden beneath the surface of the art, ages 3-8yo, The Block Museum, 11a-12p, free registration. Info http://ow.ly/MB6r30mmUs7

Exhibit: Chris Greene paintings at Saw Room Gallery, 1712 Sherman Ave. Opening Reception 5-8p


Exhibit: Daniela Kovacic paintings at 1100 Florence Ave. Opening Reception 5-9p

Exhibit: Jill King and Joanna Pinsky at Space 900, 816 Dempster St. Opening Reception 5-9p

Exhibit: Brennen French, Ice House Gallery Evanston, 609 South Blvd, Opening Reception 5-8p

Exhibit: Stephen Murphy's "Steppin' Out" ("Crossing Wabash", below) & Bob Tanner's "Traces". Perspective Photo Gallery, 816 Dempster, Opening Reception 5-7p

Performance: Mat Rappaport's "range", Location: At the various gallery sites and on the streets of Evanston, 6-9p
Description: a video performance using the new Range Mobile Lab. The Range Mobile Lab, a converted a 1995 GMC step van, captures images from the surrounding environment which are mixed with preexisting video and projected onto screens mounted in the side windows of the truck. Sitting in the passenger seat of the truck, Rappaport “remixes” the environment in real time, performing a moving intervention into architectural space.
https://twitter.com/rangemobilelab for links to social media and YouTube live stream.

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Exhibit: "This Show we are in" works by Daniela Kovacic
Nov
1
to Nov 22

Exhibit: "This Show we are in" works by Daniela Kovacic

 Photograph of Daniela Kovacic in her painting studio by Joerg Metzner w Picturing Evanston

Photograph of Daniela Kovacic in her painting studio by Joerg Metzner w Picturing Evanston


This November we are hosting paintings by artist Daniela Kovacic at 1100 Florence. Opening reception is Nov. 3, 5-8p, Artist talk is Nov. 11, 3-5

“This show we are in”

‘There is this little moment before going out into the world that gives me a vague feeling of sadness, right when I am getting dressed. In the midst of this everyday act, where I prepare myself to be accepted, I pause’  


Artist Statement:

Clothing plays a relevant roll in human history. It can suppose a social status, a quest of identity, an aesthetic or protective function, etc.  Clothing can affect the judgments of how others see you and can influence people’s insertion in society. In This show we are in, I display the act of getting dressed in a continuous group of repetitive images within indoor settings.

This body of work also alludes to an interruption of a subtle intimacy through the relation between the viewer and the depiction of women, in the middle of the everyday ritual of dressing up. This intimacy interruption relates, at the same time, with the common and yearned process by the artist of exhibiting his/her works of art, which usually have been created in seclusion.


Artist Bio:

Daniela Kovačić Muzio is a figurative painter born and raised in the Chilean Patagonia and is currently working in Chicago.

Her work explores different topics around self-identity, largely through the depiction of women and children.  

Her work has been exhibited and published internationally. She has a master's degree from the New York Academy of Art and a bachelor's degree from Universidad Finis Terrae, Santiago, Chile.

Daniela has received prestigious awards and scholarships such as Fulbright, Becas Chile, Robert Gamblin Painting Award, NYAA scholarships and residencies.

Learn more at daniela-kovacic.com







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Oct
19
7:00 PM19:00

Teen Book Making Workshop w Ben Blount

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In this personal workshop with letterpress artist Ben Blount, students will learn to create a hand-bound book as a vehicle for sharing stories, art, interests and ideas. Attendees will be introduced to the basic skills, tools and vocabulary needed to create simple book structures. This workshop will focus on the Japanese stab binding as the book structure to house our ideas. Students should come with artwork, clippings, sketches, notes, etc. that they may want to include in their books. Students of all levels welcome. All materials included.

Tickets $40, 8-10 attendees for workshop max

Tickets http://ow.ly/cNbR30m7YO1

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Oct
6
3:00 PM15:00

First Saturday - October

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Celebrate and elevate the arts in Evanston by attending First Saturday Evanston events on October 6, 2-8p.

Up Is Down Opening: Hands-On Design Lab, Block Museum, 1999 Campus Drive, 10:30a-1p

Exhibit & Talk: Up is Down w author Thomas Dyla, The Third Coast, Block Museum, 1999 Campus Drive, 2p

Exhibit: Out of the Blue, works by Darren Oberto @The Saw Room at Alley Gallery, 1712 Sherman Ave., Reception, 5-8p

Exhibit: Dana DeAno & Joanna Kramer @WARE, 1040 Wesley Ave., Reception 5-8p

Exhibit & Residency: Ben Blount, 1100 Florence Ave., Reception, 5-8p

Exhibit: Photography by Alexa Frangos & Marcia Mahoney, Perspective Photo Gallery, 1310 Chicago Ave., 5-7p

Exhibit Todd Anderson, Ken Avick and Colleen Conley. “Remnants” @ SPACE900, 816 Dempster St., Reception, 6-8p

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Ben Blount Artist Residency & Show
Oct
1
to Oct 21

Ben Blount Artist Residency & Show

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Oct. 1-21, 2018: Residency will be a space to explore the idea of community in the city of Evanston.

Using the power of print, artist in residence Ben Blount, will create an environment to elevate the voices of the people to create a visual, and tangible conversation. Interactive events include; letterpress making station, postcard station to include writing messages to your neighbors, photo with neighbors (photo booth), tote bag making station

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Oct 6 Saturday, 5-8p: Opening Reception

Oct. 7, Sunday, 5-8p: Community Potluck, Free w RSVP, limited seating, Click here to RSVP.

Oct 10 Wednesday, 6-9p: Mom wine & bind, Click for Tickets

Oct 14, Sunday, 3-5p: Artist Talk

Oct 19, Friday night, 7-9p: Teen book making, Click for tickets


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Postcarding Parties this September
Sep
11
to Sep 14

Postcarding Parties this September

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Postcarding Parties at 1100 Florence Avenue in Evanston

We’re off to the races again for the FINAL PUSH running up to the Midterm Elections on November 6!

We will host two postcarding parties with our partners are Indivisible Evanston this September to get people out to vote on November 6. Right now we have addresses to get out the vote in Illinois.

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11th POSTCARDING OPEN HOUSE from 3:00 - 6:00 PM.

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14th POSTCARDING OPEN HOUSE from 3:00 - 6:00 PM.

While postcarding, we are excited to share inspirational art on the gallery walls by Evanston Artist Lea Basile Lazarus, for her solo art exhibit, “The Spirit of Community”. Learn more about the show and our art/event space at 1100florence.com.

Share this invitation with your network! Please let me know if you can join us so we can plan refreshments, RSVP at http://ow.ly/KG5030lGvhp

 

 

 

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West Evanston YOUTIME Evening Art Walk
Jun
27
7:30 PM19:30

West Evanston YOUTIME Evening Art Walk

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West Evanston YOUTIME Evening Art Walk: Wednesday JUNE 27, 7:30- 9:00 pm

Florence Avenue has often been referred to as “Artist’s Row” in the burgeoning arts district of West Evanston. Join Art Encounter’s YOUTME to meet the artists and visit the studios and shows at Alder George, Collage Café, and 1100 Florence on exhibition this June during Evanston Made.

Yummy bevvies and snacks will be served from spot to spot, get to know the artists and their processes.  Art Encounter will share starting location upon registration. $25, all proceeds support Art Encounter outreach programs. To sign up, click here!

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Collective Cartography Residency w Jason Brown
Jun
26
to Jul 6

Collective Cartography Residency w Jason Brown

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Collective Cartography

with Jason Brown

EXCITING NEWS: From June 26 - July 6, Community Artist and Organizer Jason Brown (@thezipcodekid) will be taking over the gallery for an experimental residency: Mapping (in) Progress. He will be compiling research, displaying maps, and having community conversations around his ongoing project Collective Cartography. Below is a list of events the public is invited to attend;

KIDS + MAPS
SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 10 AM -12 PM
This family-friendly event will be for parents and kids of elementary age (1st-5th grade) to explore mapping home with a kids-eye view.
We'll have a time of learning, mapping, playing, and sharing.
Click here: FREE W RSVP on Facebook
Learn more at geocommunetrics.com/1100florence/

COMMUNITY POTLUCK
SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 5:30-8:30 PM
Community is central to the Collective Cartography process.
Let's come together for an evening of conversation, observation and research! Jason Brown will be sharing from his experience leading Collective Cartography mapping sessions around Evanston. Participants will be led through observation and collective, qualitative research around a collection of large-scale, hand-drawn maps of our city and some of our neighborhoods.
Bring a dish to share, bring a friend and meet a new neighbor.
Click here to RSVP on Facebook
Learn more at geocommunetrics.com/1100florence/

COLLECTIVE RESEARCH SESSION
SUNDAY, JUL.1, 3-5 PM
Observation will be happening throughout the weeks, but this is a time for us to do some closer reading of the maps together, and have a conversation about our findings.
This is a great opportunity for those who have taken the Collective Cartography workshop to compare notes and experiences. Also nice for newbies - fresh eyes and experiences welcome.
Click here to RSVP on Facebook
Learn more at geocommunetrics.com/1100florence/

OPEN LAB times are for anyone to stop by and meet Jason Brown, view his Collective Cartography maps, contribute to the survey, and explore the library and merchandise tables.
SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 2-5 PM
SUNDAY, JULY 1, 11 AM - 3 PM
Learn more at geocommunetrics.com/1100florence/

OFFICE HOURS are daytime hours where Jason Brown would like to talk to folks whose job or passion is community development and organizing, to discuss the process and future of Collective Cartography.
MONDAY, JUL.2, 9A-NOON
TUESDAY, JUL.3, 9A-NOON
WEDNESDAY, JUL.4, 9A-NOON
THURSDAY, JUL.5, 9A-NOON
Click here to sign up for 45 minute slots with Jason
Learn more at geocommunetrics.com/1100florence/

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Quinn's Awkete pop-up shop!
Jun
13
6:00 PM18:00

Quinn's Awkete pop-up shop!

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Quinn's Awkete pop-up shop!

Join us for a one night only art making experience! Quinn will be producing a t-shirt that will be available only that night. We'll also have t-shirts available for a small contribution, for young artist to try their hand at making their own hand painted t-shirt.

Quinn will be giving a brief talk on debate at ETHS, this is a perfect time for 8th graders who are going into ETHS to hear about the program! He'll answer questions about Afro-pessimism and critical race theory that he has been introduced to in debate at ETHS.

They'll be a slide show with people and images that been influential to him.

You'll be able to buy the t-shirt he's creating that night, place an order for his T-shirt #1, purchase a post card or make a donation to his fundraiser!

We hope to see you there!

[Backstory: A few weeks ago, Quinn asked me if he could got to a summer debate camp that focuses on issues of race and gender equity. I just started my business this year and I explained, that while we can't afford to send him, I thought he was old enough to start a business and raise some money. Quinn has started a small t-shirt business and he's very close to having all the money he needs. If you would like to learn more, see his 45 second video about it, buy a t-shirt or make a donation, please click on the link in the comments. Thanks!]

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Nicholas Barron Music & Art Pop Up
Jun
9
7:00 PM19:00

Nicholas Barron Music & Art Pop Up

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We are pumped to host our first live music event at 1100 Florence with Evanston's favorite crooner, Nicholas Barron. Join us 7-9p.m., admission is free, but we'll pass a hat asking for $15-$20 for the artist!

The gallery walls will be filled with Barron's work, all for sale!

And in the summer tradition of potlucks, we're asking that you bring desserts or beverages to share!

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Slow Art Day Discussion
Apr
14
12:00 PM12:00

Slow Art Day Discussion

 Joanna Pinsky & Theaster Gates

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Saturday April 14 is the 9th annual global event Slow Art Day! Join Art Encounter at 1100 Florence for a close look and discussion of James Deeb's work, led by Art Encounter co-founder and Artistic Director Joanna Pinsky.

This is a free event; if you love art and have never attended an Art Encounter program, this is a great chance to learn more about the organization. 

Art Encounter is a nonprofit visual art education organization that believes in the power of art to make people think. We bring people to art venues and "bring the museum" to outreach locations to educate and empower people of diverse ages and backgrounds.

 

 Listen to an interview with James Deeb on  The Lisa D Show podcast

Listen to an interview with James Deeb on The Lisa D Show podcast

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Social Justice Sewing Circles with Melissa Blount
Feb
23
to Feb 24

Social Justice Sewing Circles with Melissa Blount

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Join Melissa Blount, Evanston-bas­­­ed artist and activist and creator of the Black Lives Matter Witness Quilt, to produce a new collaborative quilt. The community is invited to two evenings of craft, activism and dialogue, remembering the names of women and girls who lost their lives to gun violence in Chicago.

The sewing circles will take place at 1100 Florence Ave. in Evanston. No sewing skills needed, just an RSVP as there are only 30 spaces each day. All ages welcome.

Friday, 6-9p, RSVP at http://ow.ly/koPI30isbKw
Saturday 10a-2p, RSVP at http://ow.ly/5HFv30isbzK

Photograph taken at the Block Museum's Witness Quilt Event on February 2, 2018.

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I Love Evanston Pop Up Sale & Tasting
Feb
9
to Feb 10

I Love Evanston Pop Up Sale & Tasting

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Show how much you love Evanston and give the gift of Evanston this Valentine's Day...shop the I Love Evanston Pop Up Sale & Tastings featuring Evanston artisans. AND the 1st 25 shoppers (each day) get an Evanston-themed gift bag from stumble & relish!

Vendors List:
Letterpress by Ben Blount
Ceramics by Jill Birschbach and Joanna Kramer
Chocolate and Pastries by Shannon Sudduth of Noir d'Ebene
Hot Sauces by Verzell James of Awe-Sauce Hot Sauces
Photography by Jessica Zoller Kaplan of Jessica Kaplan Photography
Weavings by Amy Gabbert with moss wood + moon
Greeting cards with Cards by June
Jewelry by AnoMalY by Amy and Nice Lena
Wine tastings w Walter Clements of MetaWine

 


Tastings include chocolate, hot sauce AND wine from Meta Wine.

Feb. 9, Friday, 5-8p
Feb. 10, Saturday, 12-5p

Our non profit partner is Young Evanston Artists - YEA, with a portion of the proceeds going to support YEA! Day 2018.

Totally kid friendly...we'll have a Valentine's Day card making station!

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Jun
10
6:00 PM18:00

See Them Through Launch Party

Hosts Allie Payne and Silveria Steele present a night of art and inspiration at the See Them Through laun. Art exhibit featuring works by Madridel Beltran-Todd and Tatiana. Music by DJ Noleian. 10% of the proceeds from their sales at the event go to support STT.

How does art impact us and how does the world impact art. Maridel and Tatiana both represent current events in their work and bring their talents to the exciting new gallery at 1100 Florence.  Maridel is a life long evanston resident with kids in Evanston and strong ties to the community.


10% of the proceeds from their sales at the event go to support STT.

 

See Them Through provides Evanston children ages 11-18 the opportunity to engage in out of school experiences that foster a sense of purpose, belonging and social acceptance.  Our mission is to create memorable experiences that will promote college readiness, support academics through field experiences and build self awareness and community.

info@etownstt.org

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Jun
3
6:00 PM18:00

Nasty Women Evanston Art Exhibit

We are excited to host this pop up event on Saturday, June 3, 6-9 p.m.

From the organizers: We are a sister show to the Nasty Women Art Exhibition that was produced in NYC in January. It sold out and raised over $42,000 for Planned Parenthood! And now Nasty Women Exhibitions are being produced all over the world!

We know what a mighty force the women of Evanston are, so we just had to bring a Nasty Women Art exhibition to town! Along with our neighbors on the North Shore we hope to do our part to let our voices be heard and contribute to a worthy cause.

Whether you’re a women, man or self identified, we welcome your support, creativity, donations and especially your presence at our kick ass event on June 3!

Please RSVP via this Evite

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May
20
5:00 PM17:00

Closing Party: Mound Town, works by Joey Garfield

 Photo taken at Mound Town art opening by Jeff Phillips

Photo taken at Mound Town art opening by Jeff Phillips

Mound Town, works by Joey Garfield

May 6-20, 2017

Joey Garfield is a filmmaker, photographer and multi-disciplinary artist. His work focuses on rhythm, flow, simplicity, attitude and humor. He honors and documents the counter cultures of his youth, which saved his life creatively and soulfully. Repurposed wood, spray paint, earth, found objects and album vinyl are some of the tools of his trade.

His current show at 1100 Florence Gallery, Mound Town, includes 2D/3D works of photography, sculpture and mixed media. The project consists of a series of photographs of Mounds. These photographs profile different mounds, which are found in their natural outdoor environment. All mounds in the series are rare and unique characters captured in a fleeting moment of their existence because no mound is permanent. They are all made naturally from dirt, snow, wood chips, and the pile ups of stuff that we see in the corners of our world everyday.

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Feb
26
3:00 PM15:00

Artist Talk with Ben Blount

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The public is invited Sunday, Feb. 26, 3-5 p.m. for a talk with Ben and his wife Melissa on everything from social justice, xenophia, book arts and more - it will be a dynamic talk. Ben will will discuss his art, Melissa and Ben will talk about on their work in social justice initiatives in Evanston. Ben is a founding board member of OPAL (Organization for Positive Action and Leadership). He is interested in equity issues in Evanston and how we as a community can affect change through political participation. Seats are limited, please register. 

Ben will also talk about the works on display at 1100 Florence in his show Recollection. Recollection examines the notions of race and culture we encounter growing up in the United States. Shared through reimagined learning tools and remembered narratives, this work explores how we collect these formative ideas about identity and commit them to memory. This collection of work from artist Ben Blount includes letterpress prints, handmade books, and various interactive elements. See more of his work at http://benblount.com/

Ben Blount is a printer who uses books, posters and installations to explore notions of race and identity in America. Shaped by two decades of experience in design and advertising, his work draws on a common cultural language of objects, stories and experiences to draw attention to the differences between what we see, and how we are seen. With a range of contemporary influences from Dave Chappelle and Kara Walker to Mos Def and Amos Kennedy, Blount’s work is often provocative and topical. He has taught book arts courses at The Cleveland Institute of Art and Lillstreet Art Center in Chicago. A native Detroiter, he earned an MFA in Interdisciplinary Book and Paper Arts from Columbia College Chicago and currently lives in Evanston, IL. 

Gallery weekday hours by appointment only, evanstonmade@gmail.comGallery weekend hours, Saturday and Sunday 12 - 5 p.m.

1100 Florence is a new art event space in West Evanston, IL, owned and operated by Lisa Degliantoni and Dave Ford. For access and hours to Recollection email evanstonmade@gmail.com

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Feb
12
3:00 PM15:00

Artist Talk with Ben Blount

Join Ben Blount in a discussion about his work on race, identity and how we see one another. Ben's show Recollection is on display at 1100 Florence in West Evanston Feb. 4 - 28.

Ben Blount is a printer who uses books, posters and installations to explore notions of race and identity in America. Shaped by two decades of experience in design and advertising, his work draws on a common cultural language of objects, stories and experiences to draw attention to the differences between what we see, and how we are seen. With a range of contemporary influences from Dave Chappelle and Kara Walker to Mos Def and Amos Kennedy, Blount’s work is often provocative and topical.

He has taught book arts courses at The Cleveland Institute of Art and Lillstreet Art Center in Chicago. A native Detroiter, he earned an MFA in Interdisciplinary Book and Paper Arts from Columbia College Chicago and currently lives in Evanston, IL.

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Feb
4
to Feb 28

Recollection, works by Ben Blount

ABC: An Abecedarium of Black Culture

Recollection examines the notions of race and culture we encounter growing up in the United States. Shared through reimagined learning tools and remembered narratives, this work explores how we collect these formative ideas about identity and commit them to memory. This collection of work from artist Ben Blount includes letterpress prints, handmade books, and various interactive elements.

Ben Blount is a printer who uses books, posters and installations to explore notions of race and identity in America. Shaped by two decades of experience in design and advertising, his work draws on a common cultural language of objects, stories and experiences to draw attention to the differences between what we see, and how we are seen. With a range of contemporary influences from Dave Chappelle and Kara Walker to Mos Def and Amos Kennedy, Blount’s work is often provocative and topical. He has taught book arts courses at The Cleveland Institute of Art and Lillstreet Art Center in Chicago. A native Detroiter, he earned an MFA in Interdisciplinary Book and Paper Arts from Columbia College Chicago and currently lives in Evanston, IL.

The public is invited for the Opening Reception Saturday, Feb. 4, 6-9 p.m. 1100 Florence is a new art event space in West Evanston, IL, owned and operated by Lisa Degliantoni and Dave Ford.

Image above: Spread from ABC: An Abecedarium of Black Culture,

This art opening happens on the First Saturday of the month in partnership with several Evanston community art partners. In an effort to create numerous art happenings in one night, we are asking arts organizations host openings, shows, performances, etc., on the first Saturday of the month.

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