“Do jewelers belong to the world of art or craft?” asked New York Times writer Victoria Gomelsky in an article on contemporary wearables she penned in 2014.
Woman Made Gallery, a not-for-profit organization helps “female-identified artists” in an era where feminism is taking a spotlight. Their goal is to nurture and sponsor artists through “exhibition opportunities, professional development, and public programs”.
Their upcoming show: Adorn: Contemporary Wearable Art showcases works that are, well, wearable. Works said to show a great deal of innovation and creativity.
If you are an aspiring artist that would jump at an opportunity to showcase your work, well here’s your chance! The submission deadline is July 15, and the show will run from September 11 – October 22 2015. Click here for more information and to submit your art!
“La vengeance est un plat qui se mange froid”
AstonRep Theatre Company presents Les Liaisons Dangereuses. Set in 18th-century France to 1917 Russia, two aristocratic rivals (and ex-lovers) join together to shame and devalue others with the weapon of seduction. Will they be able to pull it off?
It’s the last weekend to watch this deceitful duo take The West Stage at the Raven Theatre Complex
. The performance runs Thursday through Saturday at 8 PM and Sunday at 3:30 PM.
Enter pass code-russia for $5 off, buy your tickets today!
Are you looking for an internship while trying to make the best of your summer in Chicago? Well, look no further! The Chicago Children’s Museum at Navy Pier has a bunch of great opportunities for different fields of work. Click on each of these awesome positions for a full description of the internship, including contact information to apply. Good luck!
1. Arts & Culture Programs Intern
2. Graphic Design Intern
3. Volunteer & Human Resources Intern
4. Marketing Intern
5. Field Trips Program Intern