LIP 20/20 Exhibit & Arts Festival
March 7–March 28, 2020
Hairpin Arts Center, 2810 N Milwaukee, Chicago
Sundays 3-6pm • Mondays 7-9pm • Fridays 4-7pm
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• LIP 20/20 Exhibition: Opening Event!
Sat, March 7, 6:30pm–10:30pm
• Seeking Progress Within Our Food System
by Earphoria: Chicago’s Glad Matt and Mah Nu
Tuesday March 10, from 7pm–9pm
• Performance in Progress
Sat, March 14, 6:30pm–9:30pm
• Complexing Chicago Graffiti
a history of graffiti art in Chicago
Sun, March 15, 5pm–7:30pm
• Art-Off! a live art + slaps event
Fri, March 20, 6:30pm–10:30pm
• Dinner + Video: Creative Conversations Potluck & Video Screening
Sun, March 22, 5pm–8pm
• CrimeDrought: The Solution, A Workshop Presented by Mashaun Ali
Tuesday March , from 7pm–9pm
• What About Chicago? Music Night + Open Mic
(4th Fridays series)
Fri, March 27, 7pm-11pm
What About Chicago?
LIP = Life in Progress | AnySquared Projects’ LIP20/20 Exhibit & Arts Festival showcases work that expresses definitions and/or critiques of progress that provokes, challenges, or illustrates. Through all media, artists represent, examine, analyze, or dissect what is actual progress, what some consider progress, and what is not. LIP 20/20 seeks to answer and explore this concept with our work, our art, in our communities, and as human beings, both in the city and the world. #LIP2020
#LIP2020 | This exhibition is part of the larger year-long LIP 20/20 series organized in celebration of AnySquared’s 10th Anniversary. As we reach this milestone, AnySquared is infusing renewed energy and continuing our role as an “arts incubator” going into our next decade with our friends and collaborators. The series will also include a poster series, skills workshops, artist’s exchanges, discussions, public art projects, and additional exhibitions.
AnySquared is an all-volunteer collaborative and artists network. Propelled by a deep sense of cooperation with artists, neighbors and the wider community, our mission is to support, produce and promote collaborative projects that facilitate arts activities through inclusive participation.