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Monthly Archives: August 2011

Performance by Faculty Member Jenny Magnus at the MCA Chicago!

{ Posted by Paul Catanese on 31.08.2011 }

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In completion of a year-long residency at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Faculty Member Jenny Magnus will be performing on September 15-17 at the MCA Stage!

MCA Stage Presents: Curious Theatre Branch

Still in Play

a performance of getting ready

by Jenny Magnus

Directed by Stefan Brun

Sept 15 – 17, 2011 at 7:30pm

Post-show Crooked Mouth CD Release concert, Friday Sept. 16 at 9:30pm

Museum of Contemporary Art, 220 East Chicago Ave.

$15 Discount Tickets through September 6th

For more information visit:

curioustheatrebranch.com

mcachicago.org


See Interarts Faculty Work at The Other Dance Festival!

{ Posted by Paul Catanese on 31.08.2011 }

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The Other Dance Festival, held from September 6 through the 30th features 4 weeks of performances, classes, workshops, and get-togethers! During the festival Interarts Faculty members will be showing work and performing.

On Thursday 9/8 & Friday 9/9 at 7:30PM at the Hamlin Park Field Hous (3035 N. Hoyne), ‘Ashen Wing’, Choreopgraphed by Associate Professor Nana Shineflug features a text by Wallace Stevens that will be performed by Associate Professor Jeff Abell. Please join us in supporting this fantastic work.

For more information about the numerous performances and events during the festival, visit: www.chicagomovingcompany.org


Congratulations to James Kinser (MA’05)

{ Posted by Paul Catanese on 19.08.2011 }

Please join us in congratulating James Kinser, an alumni of the MA in Interdisciplinary Arts Program, who for the past seven years has served as assistant director of online communications at Columbia College Chicago, in his recent appointment for a fantastic opportunity to work for the MacArthur Foundation as online communications specialist/webmaster.


Fall Programs announced!

{ Posted by Jessica Cochran on 1.08.2011 }

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Find out more about exhibitions, community programs and workshops at the Center for Book and Paper Arts this Fall.

We are pleased to offer a definitive look at new trends in experimental woodtype with our exhibition Wood Type, Evolved: Experimental Letterpress & Relief Printing in the 21st Century, opening September 8 as part of Columbia College Chicago’s Art Walk, and also a Chicago Artists’ Month gallery and studio event on October 6.