“Bro” – a documentary on masculinity & the Brony fandom

"Bro" - a documentary on masculinity & the Brony fandom A short film by Leah Jean In association with Alto & Pastel Productions 2017 "Bro" is a documentary that explores the roles of masculinity and effects of gender stereotypes on society. Following the premiere of the series "My Little Pony: Friendship is ... Read more

2017 Art & Design Senior Thesis Exhibition

2017 Art & Design Senior Thesis Exhibition University of St. Francis Art Gallery 25 East Van Buren Street Joliet, Illinois, 60432 Opening Reception: Friday, April 28, 2017 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Exhibition Dates: May 1 through June 22, 2017 Exhibiting Artists: Danielle Conrad, Yifan 'Klaus' Mao, José Ortiz, Joey Santillo, Amber Shibley, Ashlee ... Read more

Jesse Malmed – Translating Language & Sound

Most comfortable in the public domain (real or virtual), Jesse Malmed investigates the intersection of language, sonic systems, and his contemporary milieu via an array of continually probing installations, performances and videos. Malmed's affable wry wit and unconventional delivery frequently brings pause in a time where discursive display has ... Read more

Zelda’s Breathtaking Ascension

Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Developer/Publisher - Nintendo Directors - Hidemaro Fujibayashi, Daiki Iwamoto and Takuhiro Dohta Producer - Eiji Aonuma Programmers - Kenji Matsutani and Hiroshi Umemiya Artist - Satoru Takizawa Writer - Akihito Toda Composers - Manaka Kataoka and Yasuaki Iwata Platform - Nintendo Switch Wii U Release - March 3, 2017 There's something special ... Read more

2017 Art & Design Honors & Awards Exhibition

MARCH 20 – APRIL 11, 2017 University of St. Francis Art Gallery 25 East Van Buren Street Joliet, Illinois, 60432 University of St. Francis Art Gallery presents: This exhibition surveys undergraduate student art, design and photography produced in the Art & Design program at the university. The artworks include magazine design, interactive digital ... Read more

Graham Foundation Presents “Spaces…depth”

Spaces without drama or surface is an illusion, but so is depth February 16 – July 1, 2017 Opening Reception: Thursday, February 16, 6-8 PM 6PM: Talk by curators Wonne Ickx and Ruth Estévez Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts Madlener House 4 West Burton Place Chicago, Illinois 60610 T 312-787-4071 F ... Read more

Three Graces: Glass-Sula, Denault & McWilliams @ USF

Three Graces: Glass-Sula, Denault & McWilliams On Exhibit: January 30 - February 24, 2017 Artist Reception: February 2, 2017, 6-8pm MARGIE GLASS SULA Margie Glass Sula has an M.A. in Painting and Drawing from Governors State University and has worked in traditional gallery settings, as well as outdoors, creating public installation ... Read more

Merce Cunningham: Common Time

Merce Cunningham: Common Time Feb 11–Apr 30, 2017 Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago 220 E Chicago Ave Chicago, IL 60611 Merce Cunningham: Common Time is a major retrospective exhibition organized by the Walker Art Center that is appearing simultaneously at the Walker and the MCA. Merce Cunningham (American, 1919–2009) was a seminal figure in ... Read more

Photo + Performance + Japan + 1960-1975 = “Provoke” @ AIC

"Provoke": Photography in Japan between Protest and Performance, 1960–1975 Art Institute of Chicago Through April 30, 2017 Galleries 1–4 and 10 Modern Japan is that enigmatic place that has fascinated me since my youth. Anime nor Manga were really on the scene in 1980s Indiana, so most of my early impressions were limited ... Read more

10 Comics Read at Least Twice in 2016

2016 was an incredibly diverse year in comics. Personal memoirs, revamping superheroes, meditations on philosophy and politics, bogus utopias, and the creation of exciting new universes could be found. With so much great work being produced, it is felt to create a list that identifies one book as better ... Read more
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