Mar 16th 2018

Pat Hunt, founder of Chicago Code Pink, recently passed away. She was a fearless leader. Uri-Eichen was in discussion with Pat about when to screen Shadow World at the gallery. During this event, we honor her work in public schools countering military recruiting efforts, sharing the work of Code Pink, and Screening

Shadow World | Shocking Inside Story of Global Arms Trade

In this montage of archival news footage and interviews, we observe the shadow world of the global arms trade, where corruption, lies, and greed drive covert relationships between politicians, industry executives, military and intelligence officials, and arms dealers. Their aim is to perpetuate war.

While you are at the gallery- see the show:

Art of Resistance and Resilience in NW Indiana
A 21st-century Urban Colony


Over the past few years, NW Indiana has been organizing for economic, social and environmental justice and against racist neocolonial policies. As Chicago pushes its own strategic gentrification, NW Indiana has been subordinated to its needs and interests, a 21st-century urban colony. The People have resisted! Resisted deportations from Gary airport (deportations for the entire Chicago region), Private prison construction for immigrant detention, Police repression against our black, brown and poor communities, Mass poisoning and gentrification of our economically oppressed Region, and Toxic environmental policies throughout NW Indiana.

Community artists are documenting these struggles and share the art of resistance at this exhibit. From protest signs to posters, from poetry to prose, from murals to photographs, this exhibit will offer testimony from activists and residents, stories and strategies, comedies and tragedies, along with a fierce commitment to battle for just equitable sustainable and livable communities.

Open by appointment outside of receptions until April 6. For an appointment, call 312 852 7717

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