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Tonight.  Tomorrow.  Ongoing.  Forthcoming.

Tonight

…in light of recent events, consider joining hundreds of Nasty Women and other rabble-rousers, for the first ever Chicago version of Nasty Women.  Susan McBride, of Lillstreet Studios is the force behind this amazing event taking place this evening.  All works sold will benefit Planned Parenthood. I am thrilled to donate “Nasty with Brass Ovaries” to the event. Porcelain, stoneware, silk organza and brass marbles 8”X8”

Nasty with Brass Ovaries Porcelain, stoneware, silk organza, brass marbles 8X8″

Tomorrow

Celebrate #World Labyrinth Day with a Labyrinth Workshop at UNUM Gallery 1-3 pm at 3039 W. Carroll St.  Chicago, IL

Join me and others while we make a table/lap top labyrinth to enjoy for years to come, in conjunction with Mistakes were Made, a two person exhibition with Nathan Mason at UNUM Gallery (studio and gallery of Barbara Koenen). Text/call if you are coming to make a labyrinth or just come on by and see the show. I will be there most of the afternoon.

With Narrow Feet – extruded lengths of terra cotta brick clay. Outdoor hardy.

Ukranian Institute of Modern Art

Finger labyrinth, cast iron, soil, handbuilt ceramic, and micro-greens

(large labyrinth) – Time cards from the Woolen Mill, Reedsburg, WI, industrial sewing machine, bamboo, crazy quilt remnant

Labor + Time (detail) – Time cards from the Woolen Mill, Reedsburg, WI, industrial sewing machine, bamboo, crazy quilt remnant

Ongoing

Everything has come to this Moment – Reprise at Waubonsee Community College – Dickson Window Project  Date:  Present through June 17, 2017   Viewable 24/7 through the Dickson Windows!

Everything has come to this Moment – A Reprise. Handbuilt porcelain, stoneware, ochre, and terra cotta, found objects, urban detritus from growing projects, fabric, salvaged fabric, discarded numbers from irrigation rows, cafeteria food trays, discarded plow blades, salt, dried clay.

 

Forthcoming

Corn Again? Maiz Nuevo?

Curating and participating in this show with three other amazing creatives!  Margaret Berry of Lincoln, NE, Hector Duarte and Piloto Nieves of Chicago.  All corn all the time!  An exhibit.  A shared, Corn centric meal, and so much more.  August 18 and 19th, 2017 Woolen Mill Gallery in Reedsburg, WI, under the venerable umbrella Wormfarm Institute.

 

This life is rich with good people.  I encourage us all to move towards the light.  Thanks for visiting!

Always, Cathi

 

 

 

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