Thursday May 25th
Aura Sounds will be presenting poetry from a few of Chicago’s finest poets who will perform original pieces of work behind a live jazz band.
The poets for the night are:
Rachel "Raych" Jackson
Deonté J. Brantley
Aura Sounds is a new, intimate live transformative music session series that features a performance of influential albums including a featured visual artist. Each session usually plays homage to some of the most influential hip-hop, soul, RnB, and jazz albums.
We’re doing something a little different this time… 😉
Admission is $10 Cash and Card are both accepted at the door.
Aura Sounds Sessions
Poetry for The Soul
Thursday, May 25th 2017
Fulton Street Collective
1821 W. Hubbard
Chicago, IL 60612
FREE PARKING IN OUR LOT!!!
Cash Bar provided by Fulton Street Collective and Candid Wines
Thursday May 25th
Chicago Teen Lit Fest Guest Appearance
Panel with Lauren Ash, Rae Chardonnay and Nickecia Alder of Party Noire.
With Fred Sasaki, Tara Betts, Erika L. Sánchez, Kush Thompson, and Alison Ogunmokun.
Reading with the Poetry Center of Chicago's Six Point Reading Series
Feature at the World Famous Green Mill Cocktail Lounge
Old Black Magic is an exploration of blackness through visual art, photography, film, performance art, poetry, dance and music.
Ella Fitzgerald sings in the popular song “Old Black Magic,” That old black magic has me in its spell / That old black magic that you weave so well.” The song, which inspired the title of the show, may be about a beguiling lover, but the essence is truth. Old Black Magic is a love song for blackness. It is a documentation of our histories and the stories we wish to tell, the stories that are silenced and need to be told and explored to better understand our place in the world. It is an examination of whether or not this world is for us, and what world we wish to create. Old Black Magic is an exploration of how to exist in that world. Old Black Magic is about the invincible. If art is a reflection of the times, we reflect, grow and glow. Be the magic you wish to see in the world. Be Black. Be Magic.
Enter The Black Metropolis with @partynoire for NYE. With special, live performances from local Chicago favorites, to music curated by our very own DJ Rae Chardonnay (@djraechardonnay) and Party Noire resident DJ Lisa Decibel (@lisadecibel), this will be a night to remember.All who enter get to enjoy tasty hors d’oeuvres, an open bar, a mid-night champagne toast, and an assortment of goodies from local Hyde Park favorites.
They are just a handful of early bird tickets available: http://bit.ly/BlackMetropolisNYE
Private Reading/Performance of new manuscript-in-progress as part of WATCH YOUR STEP exhibition.
Photography, Private Event
Join us for drinks, bites and the dramatic unveiling of the 75 finished works created through Not Just Another Pretty Face.
Friday, December 9, 2016 @ 7pm
5020 S Cornell Ave, Chicago, IL 60615
$35 suggested donation to attend (but all are welcome)
RSVP by December 2nd
*Cash only paid parking available at Regents Park (one block directly east of the Art Center at 5050 S Lake Shore Dr)
Alumni performance with Sofar Chicago.
Photographic and ethnographic work in Atlanta, GA. Open to photographic collaborations.