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The Arts in Chicago: Our City’s Future Presented by Chicago Urban Art Society And Chicago’s Creative Community
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GALLERY HOURS Thursday + Friday 6PM-9PM and Saturday 1PM-5PM View the exhibition and shop at the marketplace featuring books, t-shirts from AKIN, Novum Studio, and CUAS along with prints and DVD’s. Books include: The Boombox Project, Kevin Coval, James CASPER Jankowiak, Sneaker Mags and others!
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Chicago Urban Art Society Present ART & ARTIFACTS, A Pop-Up Art Loop gallery project located at 205 South State Street (State + Adams). Opening Reception, Friday, January 21, 2011, 6PM - 11PM. CUAS participating Artists include: Jeff Zimmerman, Jourdan Gullett, Josue Pellot, Christoff Roberts, Chris Silva, Lauren Feece, and Marcos Raya.
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Legendary Brickheadz featured on WGN Chicago News Channel. Don’t miss the breakdancing battle tomorrow!
Winter Party showcases Chicago hip-hop artistry
By misha davenport Jan 14, 2011 11:23AM It was at a 1999 Mos Def concert when Chicago DJ Stefan Ponce found his calling. “I was 11 years old and sitting in the front row,” the 20-year-old recalls. “De La Soul’s Maseo saw me and told me to keep hip-hop alive.” For the last nine years, Ponce has taken Maseo’s suggestion to heart. One of the youngest DJs working in Chicago, Ponce will be...
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Another Pop-Up for CUAS!
The Chicago Urban Art Society (CUAS) Presents: [art + artifacts] an exhibition curated by Architectural Anarchy opens Friday, January 21, 2011 at 205 South State Street (@State + Adams). Architectural Anarchy’s 7,400 square foot showroom located in the east Pilsen community steps into their very first Pop-Up gallery operated by the Chicago Urban Art Society in part of the Chicago Loop...
…CUAS is at an all-time high in its political, cultural, and artistic...– Kelsey Gee, The Chicago Weekly
[CUAS-in-the-News] Off the Block
WBEZ and the Chicago Urban Art Society celebrate hip hop arts By Kelsey Gee January 12, 2011 When considering the innumerable gems to be found on the airwaves of WBEZ 91.5, Chicago’s public radio station, hip-hop culture does not immediately jump to mind. But on Saturday, January 15th, the station better known for “Wait, Wait…Don’t Tell Me!” will host the third annual Winter Block Party...
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Proudly displaying the personal Boombox collection of legendary contemporary artist, DZINE and avid collector, Aron Hanson of AKIN Chicago. Check out the full installation Saturday, January 15th! More information here. Big thanks!
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Last-Minute Plans: Chicago Urban Art Society's...
When the Chicago Urban Art Society were in the process of curating opened their current exhibition “The Daley Show” in September, it was under the assumption that His Elective Majesty would run again, and the exhibit would be a look at the ruling dynasty that’s informed Chicago to its foundation for nearly half a century. Read Here.
…good decisions and bad decisions, here was a man who deeply cared about...– -Abraham Ritchie, Senior Editor ArtSlant: Chicago Read full review here.
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Celebrate at the Chicago Urban Art Society! Line up includes: Jesse De La Pena, Ron Trent, Brickheadz, Screening of “Copyright Criminals”, Jesse Menendez, Kevin Coval, B-Boy/Girl Battle, Open Mic and a full art gallery.
[CUAS-in-the-News] Assessing a Legacy by Abraham...
January 3, 2011 As noted in a recent ABC News report, there has been a Mayor Daley for 42 of the past 55 years. Whether it was Richard J. Daley (Mayor of Chicago, 1955-1976) or Richard M. Daley (Mayor of Chicago, 1989-present), Chicago has long been dominated by the Daley dynasty. So it took the city by surprise when last September the Mayor called a press conference to announce that he...
'The Daley Show' Closing Reception
When: Saturday, January 8th Time: 6pm - 11pm Gallery Hours Begin at 1pm - 5pm.
Sixty Inches From Center presents “Take A Look Into the Daley Show” on view at the Chicago Urban Art Society.
Young Artist Profile / January 2010 / Issue No. 4 / Written by: Kevin Wilson Leone Reeves, alongside collaborator Lee Heinemann, is looking to create art that is entertaining, educational and interactive with people of all ages and backgrounds. How can this be done? By creating a mock children’s show, of course. Since 2006, “Whoop Dee Doo” has been expanding and traveling the...