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Stan Douglas

Hors-champs and Evening
May 10 – June 11, 1995

 
 
Sun, May 14, 19954:00 pm

Discussion


Location: The Renaissance Society
Admission: free
 
An informal discussion with Stan Douglas conducted by Hamza Walker will take place prior to the opening reception.
 
Sun, May 14, 19955:00 pm

Opening Reception

Evening

Location: The Renaissance Society
Admission: free
 
Fri, May 19, 19958:30 pm

Concert

George Lewis (trombone) and Douglas Ewart (saxophone)

Location: University of Chicago Bond Chapel
Admission: free
 
This concert is a rare hometown duet appearance by two of Chicago's outstanding musical talents. Composers and musicians George Lewis and Douglas Ewart have been performing together since 1971. As early progenies of the AACM (Association for the Advancment of Creative Music) both Ewart and Lewis studied under and went on to record with Anthony Braxton, Fred Anderson, Muhal Rochard Abrams, Roscoe Mitchell, Chico Freeman, and countless others.
 
Tue, May 23, 19956:00 pm

Lecture

Christopher Knight

Location: Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
Admission: free
 
Christopher Knight will discuss topics from his recently published volume of collected essays Last Chance for Eden: Selected Art Criticism 1979-1994 (Art Issues Press, 1995).

This event is co-presented with The Museum of Contemporary Art, and is sponsored by the Lannan Foundation and The Foundation for Advanced Critical Studies.
 
Sun, Jun 11, 199512:00 am

Opening Reception

Hors-champs

Location: The Renaissance Society
Admission: free
 
Sun, Jun 11, 19955:00 pm

Concert

Douglas Ewart (saxophone)

Location: The Renaissance Society
Admission: free
 
This concert will take place in the gallery in conjuction with the opening of Hors-Champs.
 

   
   
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