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CBPA Faculty Member and Student Exhibit in Exuberant Politics

{ Posted by BJ Allen on 3.03.2014 }


The opening reception is this Friday in Iowa City.

MA “Naturally Hungry” Exhibition Continues Through Wednesday

{ Posted by BJ Allen on 9.12.2013 }


The exhibition is located in room 101 of 33 E. Congress.

The Videoshow: 3rd Int’l Juried Exhibition of Video & Media Installation

{ Posted by BJ Allen on 4.12.2013 }


The deadline is December 16.

InterArts Presence Strong at Chicago Artists Coalition Opening

{ Posted by BJ Allen on 7.10.2013 }

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“The Terrestial, The Celestial, and The Imagined Inbetween” group exhibition presents fascinating work by Alum Nicolas Sagan.

March Chicago Arts District Second Fridays Features New Performative Installations

{ Posted by K. Beste on 7.03.2013 }


Solid Ground Studio in Pilsen continues its “See and Activate” series for the next Second Fridays Event on March 6

Structures for Reading Exhibition Opens with Key Support of Exhibition Workshop Team

{ Posted by K. Beste on 19.02.2013 }

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Curatorial practice and conceptual inquiry are the engines for mounting the latest CBPA exhibition.

Fall Visiting Artist Chris Kallmyer at InterArts

{ Posted by K. Beste on 11.12.2012 }

Chris Kallmyer explores the dynamic between art and life using accessible materials and engaged participants.

APHA Comes to Chicago and Columbia College!

{ Posted by K. Beste on 8.10.2012 }

When Carl Sandburg described Chicago as the “City of the Big Shoulders,” he was probably not referring to foundry type, but to the work ethic and industry, which made this city a center of commerce and printing.

“Material Assumptions: Paper as Dialogue” reviewed in “Art in Print”

{ Posted by K. Beste on 3.10.2012 }

The fall issue of Art in Print features a comprehensive review of CBPA’s summer 2012 exhibition.

Chicago Moving Company’s landmark 40th Anniversary Season honors InterArts Faculty Member and CMC Founder

{ Posted by K. Beste on 5.09.2012 }

Five groundbreaking Chicago modern dance artists “cover” iconic dance works originally created by Columbia College faculty member and CMC Founder and Artistic Director Nana Shineflug.

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