Join us, Tuesday October 28th at 7pm for an artist talk by Robin Dluzen. This is the tenth and final installment of the 2014 Lillstreet Artists Lecture Series.
About the Artist: Robin Dluzen is a Chicago-based artist and art critic whose artwork has been featured in venues throughout the Midwest including The Auer Center for the Arts in Fort Wayne, IN; Morton College in Cicero, IL; Lee E. Dulgar Gallery in South Holland, IL; Zhou B Art Center in Chicago; Chicago Artists Coalition; and the Union League Club of Chicago. The former Editor-in-Chief of Chicago Art Magazine, Visual Art Source, and Art F City; her writing has also appeared in New City, The Reader, the New American Paintings blog, and the Outsider Magazine. Dluzen received an MFA in Painting and Drawing from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
About the Series:
Lillstreet is proud to offer a second year of the Lillstreet Artists Lecture Series. Local emerging and mid-career artists, critics, and curators are invited to give 45 minute presentations on their work in the Lillstreet Loft, located down the street from the art center at 4437 N Ravenswood Ave, Chicago IL. The Lillstreet Artists Lecture Series is the curatorial project of Gwendolyn Zabicki. All lectures are free and open to the public.