What is it?
A new curatorial project by Victoria Morris, Masters of Science in Creative Leadership at Northwestern University, Friday Night Wall is a series of one-night-only solo shows driven by some of Chicago’s hardest working emerging artists. Friday Night Wall is open every Friday night from 7-10pm inside the Flat Iron Arts Building and features a new artist showing his or her newest work.
October 10th, 2014 – Noelle Garcia
Noelle Garcia is a multimedia artist grappling with ideas of identity, family relationships and the American Indian experience. In addition to traditional painting, she works in fiber media including bead work, soft sculpture and basketry. Born in Reno, Nevada she now resides and works in the Chicago area. She earned her Bachelor’s of Fine Arts in Painting and Drawing from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and her Master’s of Fine Arts in Painting and Drawing from the University of Nevada Las Vegas.
Garcia has received various awards such as the American Indian Graduate Center Elizabeth Furbur Fellowship, the Emilie Hesmeyer Memorial Award and the Barna Memorial Award. Garcia has participated in fellowships at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian and most recently been awarded a residency at the ACRE summer artist residency.
Location and Event Details
The location of the Friday Night Wall project is inside the Flat Iron Arts Building, 1579 N. Milwaukee Avenue on the corner of Damen/Milwaukee/North, Second Floor. We are publically accessible by the CTA Damen blue line El stop, as well as handicapped accessible by bus routes #56 Milwaukee, #72 North and #50 Damen and building elevator.
Art will hang from 7-10pm every Friday Evening with drinks and light refreshments to be served.
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