On Thursday, March 9, Links Hall and Threewalls co-produced an exhibition bringing together installation artists curated byThreewalls and performing artists curated by Links Hall to celebrate Chicago’s thriving collaborative arts community. The exhibition opened with a THAW-sized extravaganza and was followed six In-Session public salons that fostered critical conversations around visual and performing arts in Chicago.
Check out a video from the opening party!
Special thanks to Joseph Strand, Curtis Matzke, and Cameron Crosson for capturing the fun!
Images from the THAWALLS Opening
Links Hall is an incubator and launch pad fostering independent new work by connecting Chicago artists with the public and a network of peers and mentors locally, nationally, and internationally. Links nurtures artistic development through residency programs, artist-curated festivals, commissions, exchanges, performance series, and other services to artists.
Threewalls is dedicated to increasing Chicago’s cultural capital by cultivating contemporary art practice and discourse. Through a range of exhibition and public programs, including symposiums, lectures, performances and publications, Threewalls creates a locus of exchange between local, national and international contemporary art communities.
Kerry James Marshall & Cheryl Lynn Bruce