SALON 46 - Time: The Beginning & The End of Everything
Please note the NEW LOCATION for this event!
656 W. Randolph, Suite 3W, Chicago, IL 60661
Parking validation for $10 for 180 N Jefferson Parking Lot
Join us and witness a fresh group of artists share brand new pieces exploring the theme of TIME-The Beginning and The End of Everything. Enjoy a "timely" adult beverage, laugh, shed a tear, and be inspired as you experience an evening you won't soon forget.
Curated by Eileen Tull
Featuring the work of the following artists:
Anna Rose Wolfe
This is a free event! Come early, grab a drink and join us for a thought-provoking evening of original work.
More information about the artists:
About Plagiarists Salons:
Plagiarist Salons are another way we put our theory into practice, providing a forum for artists to share their work and ideas with one another. They occur twice a year, with a single curator assembling group of artists creating a variety of works around a theme that relates to our season. Past salons have featured short plays, full-length readings, songs, dances, puppet shows, radio plays, readings of comic books, essays, a talk show, even the pilot for Christopher Piatt's Paper Machete. This salon focuses on our season's theme, TIME: The Beginning And The End of Everything. Each performer is exploring an aspect of time: the past, the present, or the future in a kaleidoscope of genres and forms.
Our manifesto is The Ecstasy of Influence, an essay by Jonathan Lethem about cultural ownership and artistic influence which articulates our ideals and ideas about art and creation. We believe that art is a gift given to its audience and that drawing on those gifts to make your own work is how the artistic creation process works. We select our projects as a group, write much of our work collaboratively, and encourage collaborators to have a voice in its development.
Catalyst Ranch (View)
656 West Randolph St.
Chicago, IL 60661
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