AnySquared Projects and Chapel Projects
at the The Charnel House

Fugue Space

February 15–March 2, 2013
The Charnel House, 3421 W. Fullerton, Chicago

Opening night photos from exhibition (fb)

Artists: Michael Bolsinga, Angela Davis Fegan,
Miguel Guzman
, Brian Hewitt, ATYL (Alexandra Lee),
Jane Michalski
, Lucy Mueller

Fugue Space showcases contrasting sensibilities where artists use memory, layers, or repetition of image or technique to create distinct atmospheres.

Curated by Tracy Kostenbader of AnySquared Projects and Victoria Szilagyi of Chapel Projects at The Charnel House.

left: Miguel Guzman, Everything Comes Ashore, Acrylic & UV-cured digital prints on aluminum & plexiglass, 43.5 x 45.5 in

Hullabaloo II
& Opening Event

Friday, February 22

Join us for an evening of art, music and fun
with cocktails (over 21) and snacks!

8pm: The Logan Square New Music Ensemble
Started in 2011 by Carolyn O'Neill and Matt Mehawich, the LSNME is a grass roots chamber ensemble open to musicians of all levels and dedicated to performing new works by local composers. Additionally, the ensemble seeks to bring modern Classical music to a wider audience.

Sad Banana concludes the evening
Sad Banana is the irreverent acoustic duo of Mary Spray and Josh Paloma.

Chapel Projects at the The Charnel House
3421 W. Fullerton Ave., Chicago, IL 60647

AnySquared Projects is an artists' collaborative and network supporting
fellow artists through organizing exhibits and events as well as hosting
artmaking days and coordinating murals.

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Because we are artists, we make art part
of the everyday existence in our community.