Harold Arts invites you to take up residency for one-night only at the Longman & Eagle in Logan Square for Six Rooms. Local artists Jesse Harrod, Brian McNearney, David Moré, Edra Soto and Casey Ann Wasniewski furnish future suites in the skeleton of the boutique hotel. Odd couples Dan Bitney/Matt Lux (Tortoise, Isotope 217) and Joe Adamik/Jim Becker (Califone) test frequencies, disrupted by nosy neighbor Drone Baez, abstracting today’s favorite songs.
Six Rooms is a send-off for Harold Arts to raise funds for their fifth-annual residency program in July and August. The Harold Arts Residency Program is a unique opportunity for emerging and mid-career artists and musicians to work alongside their contemporaries in a pastoral environment.
Make a reservation for one-night in a half-dozen parts, as Harold Arts imagines the Longman & Eagle’s hive mind in a series of sculptural scenarios.
Help support a burgeoning community of innovative visual artists, musicians and cultural producers by buying tickets or bidding on our auction. Featuring work by Duncan R. Anderson, New Catalogue, Dana Carter, Eric Fleischauer, Maggie Haas, Adam Hoff, Jessica Labatte, Brian McNearney, Heidi Norton, Claire Pentecost, Alise Spinella, Carson Fisk-Vittori and Virgil Wong.