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Category: Exhibition

“Structures, Layers & Patterns” at Alliance Contemporary

In "Structures, Layers & Patterns," five bold abstract artists explore movement, pattern and spatial and contextual relationships with biomorphic and architectural shapes, and of course, brilliant color! Featuring works by: Ann Blaas, Nate Otto, Raul Ortiz, Scott Mossman and Mary Federowski (aka Overbite Studios) Musical guest:  DJ...  Read More »

Category: Exhibition

“Radical Exchange” at Alliance Contemporary

In "Radical Exchange," more than 20 artists and creatives collaborate across mediums, disciplines and styles; pushing their work—and our expectations—in new directions. Featuring work from Paul Branton, Kristen Williams, Jomo Cheatham, Dawn Liddicoatt, Dorothy Straughter, Tina Jenkins Bell, Won Kim, Mathias "Spider" Schergen, Phil...  Read More »

Category: Exhibition

“Spring-Loaded” at HTH

"Spring-Loaded": Art on Tap at Horse Thief Hollow Fortune favors the bold, in art and in life. In "Spring-Loaded," seven artists hit the "eject" button on winter doldrums. Featuring works by Won Kim, Paul Branton, Phil Cotton, Jay Williams, Rick Therrio, and Benjamin Goodman. Music: A night of chill vibes and good times with DJs GhengisWon and...  Read More »

Category: Exhibition

“Living Lines” at Joplin Marley

   "Living Lines" at Joplin Marley “Thomas Frank and Ann Blaas: Living Lines” is an exhibit curated by Megan Barba at Joplin Marley.    About the Artists Ann Blaas’ works are a gestural vocabulary - infused with energy and responding to the world around - using the basic elements of art - line, space, doodles and smears. Thomas...  Read More »

Painting by Elaine Miller titled Alberta Spring
Category: Exhibition

“Elaine Miller: Past & Present” at Two Mile

"Elaine Miller: Past & Present" at Two Mile “Elaine Miller: Past & Present” includes recent and earlier work along with some revised work. The paintings explore and re-examine Miller’s earlier themes of people in the landscape—crowds, nomads, refugees, revolving through seasons and the passage of time. On view until June...  Read More »

Category: Performance

“Embodied & Endangered” at Alliance Contemporary

"Embodied & Endangered" at Alliance Contemporary Co-curated by Sal Campbell and Rose Rita Walsh James, "Embodied & Endangered" examines the ongoing plight and cyclical kinship of women and the Earth—exploring the connections between the oppression of women and humanity's detachment from and domination of the natural world. "'Embodied...  Read More »

Category: Fundraiser

Beverly Mural Commemorative Print

Receive a limited-edition, signed print with your gift of $250  Since its creation five years ago, the Beverly Mural at the south end of 99th and Walden has become a beloved community icon. To mark its fifth anniversary, the Beverly Area Arts Alliance (the Alliance) has commissioned a limited-edition fine print of the mural to raise funds...  Read More »

Image: “The Sound of Erased Identities” by Monica Bâlc
Category: Exhibition

Humanly Possible

Join us for the opening reception of Humanly Possible at Alliance Contemporary behind Nicky's of Beverly, 2411 W. 105th St., Friday, October 29, 7 to 10 pm, as seven extraordinary artists capture the strengths and struggles of the human experience. Featuring contemplative, figurative works by Monica Bâlc, Paul Branton, T.C. English-Dumont,...  Read More »

Category: Uprising Craft Fair

Uprising Holiday Market

The Uprising Holiday Market is back on Saturday, December 4, 2021! From noon to 4 pm, more than 20 talented makers and artisans will be offering their handmade wares at RMH Design and Clothing Boutique, 1804 W. 103rd St. With tunes by DJ Ruta Spencer and festive libations from Steering Cocktails. Our friends at Beverly Phono Mart and Made...  Read More »

Category: The Beverly Art Walk

2021 Beverly Art Walk

The Alliance is excited for the return of the Beverly Art Walk on Saturday, September 18th! This large, multi-faceted neighborhood-wide festival of the arts  includes more than 125 artists at nearly 50 venues spanning 95th to 111th Streets, Walden to Western Avenue. A comprehensive map will be published online before the event and also...  Read More »

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