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Expo Chicago Announces Artists for 2018 On-Site Programming

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EXPO CHICAGO, The International Exposition of Contemporary & Modern Art, announces selections for the 2018 EXPO VIDEO, IN/SITU, EXPO Sound and IN/SITU Outside programs presented during the seventh edition (September 27 – 30). Selected by KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin Curator Anna Gritz for EXPO VIDEO, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Curator at Large, Latin America Pablo León la Barra for IN/SITU and Daata Editions for EXPO Sound, each program presents works by leading international artists throughout the exposition. Additionally, IN/SITU Outside, featuring large-scale public works curated by EXPO CHICAGO, in partnership with Chicago’s Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events (DCASE) and Navy Pier, showcases artwork throughout the City of Chicago, making high caliber contemporary art accessible to the public.

Governor Holcomb and IAC announce 2018 Governor's Arts Award recipients

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Governor Eric Holcomb and the Indiana Arts Commission (IAC) announced today the selection of five recipients of the 2018 Indiana Governor's Arts Awards.

Chicago Students Work with Top Mexican Composer; Concert Oct. 28

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Fulcrum Point New Music Project collaborates with the Morelia, Michoacan-based Mexican Centre for Music and the Sonic Arts to present ¡Revolución! featuring electroacoustic music from Mexican composers, plus the unique opportunity for audience members to control the performance via new technology, at Constellation (3111 N. Western Ave,, Chicago) in one performance only, Sunday, October 28 at 8:30 p.m. Tickets are $10-15 and will be available at www.constellation-chicago.com.

Governor's Arts Awards will close 2018 Indiana Arts Homecoming

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The Indiana Arts Commission (IAC) announced today that the 2018 Indiana Governor's Arts Awards will be the closing event of this year's Indiana Arts Homecoming statewide convening October 18 - 19, 2018 at the Arts Campus in downtown Fort Wayne, Indiana.

54th CHICAGO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES WINNING POSTER DESIGN

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Cinema/Chicago and the 54th Chicago International Film Festival announced the winner of 2018’s poster design competition, Chicago’s own Michael Zhang. Zhang’s design will be the signature look of the Festival, held October 10th through 21st.

CLEVE CARNEY ART GALLERY OPENS 2018-2019 SEASON WITH “ON ANXIETY” AUG. 31-OCT. 13

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The Cleve Carney Art Gallery, located at 425 Fawell Blvd on the College of DuPage campus, opens its 2018-2019 season with “On Anxiety,” Aug. 31-Oct. 13. The exhibition of paintings, curated by Gwendolyn Zabicki, features work by Matthew Bollinger, Alexander Bradley Cohen, Jennifer Dierdorf, Ethan Gill, Justin John Greene, Mika Horibuchi, Hai-Hsin Huang, Ben Murray, Veronika Pausova, Celeste Rapone and Brandi Twilley.

Arts education grants now available

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The Indiana Arts Commission has opened applications for another round of the Partnering Arts, Communities and Education (PACE) grant program. The PACE grant is the IAC's main funding opportunity for direct arts education programming.

HANS ULRICH OBRIST’S FIRST U.S. MARATHON, CREATIVE CHICAGO: AN INTERVIEW MARATHON ANNOUNCES FIRST LOOK AT PARTICIPANT LIST

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Chicago Humanities Festival, in partnership with The Terra Foundation for American Art, EXPO CHICAGO and Navy Pier today announced the initial list of participants for Creative Chicago: An Interview Marathon, led by one of the world’s most influential curators and critics Hans Ulrich Obrist, artistic director of London’s Serpentine Galleries. Known for his dynamic, long-form interview sessions, the five-hour interview marathon will be comprised of back-to-back conversations with prominent Chicago innovators from a variety of creative fields.