It’s time to ignore everything your English teachers ever taught you. From grammar aficionados to the grammatically-impaired, Bad Grammar Theater’s new reading series will appeal to all.
At Powell Books, Bad Grammar Theater will be hosting a reading series starting July 18 which will feature Chicago authors in horror, fantasy, science, and more. The reading extravaganza goes from 6-9 PM, but anyone is welcome to stop in for however long they want. Ergo, if you find yourself meandering over by Powell Books on July 18, pop in for some quick and exciting reads.
If you have any more inquiries about Bad Grammar Theater, or maybe you’re just looking for someone to edit you paper, contact Brendan Detzner at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
It’s always exciting to have the opportunity to see work from professors and colleagues in a professional setting. Now is your chance to do so!
Familiar Bedfellows is an upcoming exhibition at Lillstreet Art Center in Chicago featuring work from Loyola Assistant Professors of Fine Art Matthew Groves and Sarah Nishiura.
Exploring the connections between two artists who have lived and worked side by side for the past 17 years, both artists draw on their love of the history of their respective crafts. For Groves, this craft is ceramics; for Nishiura, quilting. Nishiura’s quilts, made to offer warmth and beauty to a home, will hang as backdrops to Groves’ large inverted vessels, which can serve as curfews to keep smoldering coals alive through the night, or bells which can be rung to wake a person in the morning.
The exhibition runs from July 18-August 17 with an opening reception on Friday, July 18 from 6-8 p.m.
Break out those ballet shoes! Applications for The Fifth Annual Choreographers of Color Award are now being accepted by The Joffrey Ballet Academy of Dance. This award recognizes choreographers of color and is available to apply for until October 1.
So what’s in store if you win the prize? I’m glad you asked. How does a $2,500 stipend and 30 rehearsal hours sound? The piece that’s choreographed will be set on the Joffrey Academy Trainee Program and the Joffrey Studio Academy. But wait! There’s more! The winner will also work with Artistic Directors Anna Reznik and Alexei Kremnev.
Now here are the dirty details! Your choreographed piece has to be original and in between 10-12 minutes. You will send a DVD or video clip by mail or email to either The Joffrey Ballet Attention: Choreographers of Color Competition Selection Committee at 10 East Randolph Street Chicago, IL 60601 or emailed to email@example.com. The DVD/video clip will have an excerpt at the maximum of five minutes in length that gives a brief description with your interest in the competition and the type of work that will be created. Also, you must send along the general application found here, with three references. Don’t forget your head shot as well!
The final work(s) will be performed at the Winning Works: Choreographers of Color Awards 2015 in March. If you’re looking to buy tickets, click here.
More details about the competition can be found here!