Added by lindi on August 19, 2008 at 15:06 — No Comments
The Terra Foundation for American Art is proud to present American Art American City (AAAC), a lively initiative in Chicago promoting the awareness and enjoyment of historical American art. Through December 2008, this city-wide celebration shines a spotlight on special programming spanning a wide range of subjects, styles, periods, and media offered by a diverse group of…Continue
Added by lindi on February 15, 2008 at 16:46 — No Comments
The setting is an intimate art gallery in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago.
I had been here once before, during the open studio tour in the fall of 2006. It's a decent space, not huge, not tiny. What it might lack in square footage is made up with the kind of work that is on show.
Granted, I have only been there twice, but I left the gallery impressed more or less with what I had seen.
"30 Years and Moving On" - that was what drew us there last Friday. On display was a…Continue
Added by lindi on January 30, 2008 at 2:17 — No Comments
I have been in Chicago for over a year now. I have been trying to be the best "Chicagoan" I can be by taking in all the must do's that Chicago has to offer.
I will admit that I am lax in a lot of things that I should be experiencing here in this fantastic city. There is just SO much to do here - and all of it is a must. Working just seems to get in the way of my experiencing this city in any sort of reasonable amount of time.
That said - I FINALLY went to see Buddy Guy play at…Continue
Added by lindi on January 23, 2008 at 14:14 — No Comments
Having been part of my company's "Holiday Party Task Force" and throwing what was inevitably the BEST holiday party my company has experienced, our little group of funtastic people took ourselves out for dinner at the Russian Tea Time restaurant in Chicago.…Continue
Added by lindi on January 18, 2008 at 3:38 — No Comments
It was bound to happen – I would be back in the blogging saddle again.
There are worse places to be I suppose ~…Continue
Added by lindi on January 15, 2008 at 22:06 — No Comments