Monday, January 12, 2009

harold arts in timeout art&design top 10!

Art & Design
Time Out Chicago / Issue 199.200 : Dec 18–31, 2008
Art & Design top ten of 2008
Ten reasons Chicago art and design should survive the recession.

By Lauren Weinberg

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10. Nonprofits hang on
Against all odds, Chicago’s nonprofits continue to grow. In 2008, the Graham Foundation hosted a site-specific installation by Cecil Balmond in its expanded exhibition space; ThreeWalls started its SOLO program and beefed up its artist residency; the Green Lantern teamed up with Bad at Sports to host the Parlor, a new reading series; Experimental Sound Studio participated in the Chicago Humanities Festival; Harold Arts staged innovative shows; and the Public Media Institute launched a new art magazine, Proximity.


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