Well hello old friends! Wow, a whole season has passed since I last wrote. Time flies when you're farming. (More on that later...)
But first, I hope you'll join me & my fellow artists at the Chicago Art Department this weekend during the 40th Annual Pilsen East Artists' Open House. I'll be exhibiting selected works from some of my most recent collections and have also collaborated once again with Mike Nourse & Marta Sasinowska on their "Looking For" project that is on display in the "showPODs" windows throughout the neighborhood. I'll be around to chat about art, life, and my recent adventure into the world of urban agriculture! Details below. Be seeing you....
Opening Night, Friday Oct 1st, 6-10pm
Saturday and Sunday Oct 2nd & 3rd, 12-7pm
Chicago Art Department Exhibiting Artists:
Pei San Ng
Bunny's Trunk Show (vintage jewelry)
|40th Annual Pilsen East Artists Open House |
South Halsted and 18th Streets; Information Center is at 1821 S. Halsted
This is a multi-location event, in the format of a self-guided walking tour, the event spans approximately 6 blocks. The central location of the event is South Halsted and 18th Streets in Chicago. Please visit the info center at 1821 South Halsted for maps and event details.
The 40th Annual Pilsen East Artists Open House will feature the work of both established and emerging artists in Chicago's oldest art community. Some neighborhood favorites include, Floyd Davis at Artpentry, Jeremy Ehly, The Chicago Art Department, Bridget Bolger & Scott Multer at South Halsted Gallery, TEMPLE Gallery, the showPODs, Rooms Productions, Matt Barber Kennedy, Brian Mancl, Orlando Espinoza, Studio 101, and the Pilsen East Performance Festival. Newcomers include, Human Thread, The Black Cloud Gallery, 569 Door on the Left, and Phoenix Gallery.
This event is a self guided walking tour of the intimate world of the working artist. This neighborhood of creatives welcomes you to experience art at its source as you visit their home, studio, theater, dance space, gallery. More than 50 artists will participate and be on hand to discuss their work and share their creative process, don't miss this unique perspective.
For more information check out www.chicagoartsdistrict.org