Opening Saturday, July 27th, from 7PM - 11PM
culture/Math and The Visualist are now a not-for-profit arts organization. To celebrate our new status as an official 501c3 tax designatee, we are having a bake sale that will feature treats made by some of your favorite local galleries and artist-run projects. Including confectionaries by 062, ACRE Kitchen, ADDS DONNA, Agitator Co-operative Gallery, Aspect/Ratio, Blanc Gallery, boundary, Chicago Arts Writers, Compound Yellow, Filmfront, Elephant Room Gallery, EXTRA Projects, Ground Level Platform, Happy Gallery, Ignition Project Space, Insatiable, Jackson Junge Gallery, Julius Caesar, LVL3, MICKEY, North Pole Exhibitions, Ohklahomo, PATRON, Riverside Art Center, Roman Susan, salonlb., Slow, Spudnik Press Cooperative, Threewalls, Tiger Strikes Asteroid Chicago, Woman Made Gallery, and more.
Join us to support the listing site and the archive you already know and love while learning more about culture/Math, the organization that is fostering its development.
Saturday, July 27, 2019
914 N. California, Walton Entrance, Chicago, IL 60622
VIP Reception 6:00PM
In lieu of purchasing a ticket to buy cookies and cakes, if it’s more convenient for you to donate and become a sponsor of our event, click https://www.paypal.me/culturemath
Interested in baking? email email@example.com and fill out this google form:
Thank you to our generous non-baking sponsors including Bad At Sports, Chicago Manual Style, Devening Projects, Goldfinch, Hyde Park Art Center, The Lagunitas Brewing Co., ORBIT, Read/Write Library, Revolution Brewery, Right Bee Cider, Soberscove Press, Terrain Exhibitions, VGA Gallery, and more!
We hope to see you there!
A little about us:
The Visualist is a nonprofit, online archive of Chicago’s creative history. It highlights the work of cultural producers such as, artists, makers, and curators. It provides both a current events calendar for all of Chicago’s upcoming exhibitions, talks, and performances—as well as an archived history of our community’s efficacy, recording events as far back as 1947. The Visualist is under the umbrella of the collective culture/Math, an artist service organization that develops tools to support the deep and rich cultural community in Chicago. While maintaining The Visualist, culture/Math aims to develop other archival services and community support as it continues to grow.