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Free Concert Tickets

Hello Odyssey Project family: If you (and yours) would like free tickets to this February 21st concert at the Logan Center, please reach out to me. As you know, we have a great partnership with Chicago Presents.My only request is that if you request tickets, please show up. We will continue to receive these opportunities […]

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Progressive Conversations

Progressive Conversations, Emerging artists, emerging arts organizations, emerging ideas Joanie Friedman and I are hosting our next Progressive Conversation this Monday, December 16, 2013 at the Chicago Art Department, 1932 S. Halsted, #100, Chicago, Il 60608, 6:00pm – 7:30pm Please join us for the next Progressive Conversation on the topic of “Emerging.” Emerging artists, emerging arts organizations, […]

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Urban Cottage Perhaps they’re all dead No spider I see Just another web lingering in a stairwell corner In the house of wood and light I manage to fight off a creeping heebie jeebie And forget about the creepy crawler Crawling up through the floors to hitch a ride on my back My hair twitches […]

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We never thought that there was something better than a donut. After listening to the thoughts of Odyssey art history instructor, Hamza Walker, at the Renaissance Society, we now know that there is! Thanks to all of he Odyssey graduates, Dorchester scholars-in-residence, and friends for joining us in our latest Progressive Conversation. Beavers Donuts demonstrated […]

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The documentary, the Act of Killing, is being screened tonight at the Siskel Center. Here’s a link with more details: http://ff.hrw.org/film/gideons-army?city=6

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Don’t Miss Tomorrow’s Listening Party at the Washington Park Arts Incubator.FREE EVENT!   Saturday, April 13th: Off the Record – A Listening Party with Kelan Phil Cohranat the Washington Park Arts Incubator The Washington Park Arts Incubator continues its series of “listening parties.” The premise is simple; a Chicago musician (or any musician that’s just […]

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Cruzar la Cara de la Luna at Benito Juárez Community Academy The world’s first (and likely best) Mariachi Opera travels to Pilsen with a theatrical experience that has stunned audiences from Paris to Houston with its uncommon sound and emotional poignancy. “Cruzar la Cara de la Luna” or, “To Cross the Face of the Moon,” is not your typical operatic tale […]

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  We’re looking for our second ODYSSEY SCHOLAR-IN-RESIDENCE at Dorchester Projects. Interested in exploring: the spaces, Johnson Publications Archive, the University of Chicago Art History department’s glass slide library, Prairie Art and Architecture book collection, Dr. Wax music collection, the art, the gardens? Well, apply for the next spot. For more information, contact Erika Dudley […]

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