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This panel involves writers and visual artists about text-image collaborations, as well as writers who have gotten inspiration from visual art, and it explores ways writers make connections with art and the visual artistic process, furthering the continuum of the artist’s studio as school, gallery, political stance, sanctuary, and muse. This event is part of the “Studio Chicago” calendar of events.

 

Contemporary writers and artists need a clean, well lit room of their own to create. Whether physical as a cabin in the woods or ubiquitous as online presence, the studio matters to Chicago culture makers because of the many out-of-time or out-of-ethics rituals it suggests. Making art doesn’t have to be political: this freedom is what makes art radically political. We will consider how Chicago institutions and colloquia opportunities might support Chicago artists and writers.

 

We will also discuss details about the spaces in which we work, whether those spaces are separate industrial studio space, home offices, or other kinds of spaces. Also, the nature of the work that happen in those studio spaces relates to how the spaces themselves are set up, whether the work involves what is done in solitude, or with collaborations (in physical and virtual spaces).

 

Participants will include Annie Heckman (Owner + Director, StepSister Press), Krista Franklin (writer, artist, and educator, Kathryn Born (editor of Chicago Art Magazine), Valerie Wallace (writer and educator), and Gene Tanta (writer, visual artist, and educator), moderated by Dan Godston (writer, musician, and educator).

Moving a Home Studio Owner and Recording Engineer Steve designed Electrical Audio and moved his home studio, where he recorded for over 10 years. A Montana native and graduate of Northwestern University with a degree in journalism, Steve has made over 1000 records by over 1000 bands.

Designed and MADE in Chicago.

2015 © Randall KRAMER-Chicago.

Kramer Design Studio-Chicago

This panel involves writers and visual artists about text-image collaborations, as well as writers who have gotten inspiration from visual art, and it explores ways writers make connections with art and the visual artistic process, furthering the continuum of the artist’s studio as school, gallery, political stance, sanctuary, and muse. This event is part of the “Studio Chicago” calendar of events.

 

Contemporary writers and artists need a clean, well lit room of their own to create. Whether physical as a cabin in the woods or ubiquitous as online presence, the studio matters to Chicago culture makers because of the many out-of-time or out-of-ethics rituals it suggests. Making art doesn’t have to be political: this freedom is what makes art radically political. We will consider how Chicago institutions and colloquia opportunities might support Chicago artists and writers.

 

We will also discuss details about the spaces in which we work, whether those spaces are separate industrial studio space, home offices, or other kinds of spaces. Also, the nature of the work that happen in those studio spaces relates to how the spaces themselves are set up, whether the work involves what is done in solitude, or with collaborations (in physical and virtual spaces).

 

Participants will include Annie Heckman (Owner + Director, StepSister Press), Krista Franklin (writer, artist, and educator, Kathryn Born (editor of Chicago Art Magazine), Valerie Wallace (writer and educator), and Gene Tanta (writer, visual artist, and educator), moderated by Dan Godston (writer, musician, and educator).

This panel involves writers and visual artists about text-image collaborations, as well as writers who have gotten inspiration from visual art, and it explores ways writers make connections with art and the visual artistic process, furthering the continuum of the artist’s studio as school, gallery, political stance, sanctuary, and muse. This event is part of the “Studio Chicago” calendar of events.

 

Contemporary writers and artists need a clean, well lit room of their own to create. Whether physical as a cabin in the woods or ubiquitous as online presence, the studio matters to Chicago culture makers because of the many out-of-time or out-of-ethics rituals it suggests. Making art doesn’t have to be political: this freedom is what makes art radically political. We will consider how Chicago institutions and colloquia opportunities might support Chicago artists and writers.

 

We will also discuss details about the spaces in which we work, whether those spaces are separate industrial studio space, home offices, or other kinds of spaces. Also, the nature of the work that happen in those studio spaces relates to how the spaces themselves are set up, whether the work involves what is done in solitude, or with collaborations (in physical and virtual spaces).

 

Participants will include Annie Heckman (Owner + Director, StepSister Press), Krista Franklin (writer, artist, and educator, Kathryn Born (editor of Chicago Art Magazine), Valerie Wallace (writer and educator), and Gene Tanta (writer, visual artist, and educator), moderated by Dan Godston (writer, musician, and educator).

This panel involves writers and visual artists about text-image collaborations, as well as writers who have gotten inspiration from visual art, and it explores ways writers make connections with art and the visual artistic process, furthering the continuum of the artist’s studio as school, gallery, political stance, sanctuary, and muse. This event is part of the “Studio Chicago” calendar of events.

 

Contemporary writers and artists need a clean, well lit room of their own to create. Whether physical as a cabin in the woods or ubiquitous as online presence, the studio matters to Chicago culture makers because of the many out-of-time or out-of-ethics rituals it suggests. Making art doesn’t have to be political: this freedom is what makes art radically political. We will consider how Chicago institutions and colloquia opportunities might support Chicago artists and writers.

 

We will also discuss details about the spaces in which we work, whether those spaces are separate industrial studio space, home offices, or other kinds of spaces. Also, the nature of the work that happen in those studio spaces relates to how the spaces themselves are set up, whether the work involves what is done in solitude, or with collaborations (in physical and virtual spaces).

 

Participants will include Annie Heckman (Owner + Director, StepSister Press), Krista Franklin (writer, artist, and educator, Kathryn Born (editor of Chicago Art Magazine), Valerie Wallace (writer and educator), and Gene Tanta (writer, visual artist, and educator), moderated by Dan Godston (writer, musician, and educator).

This panel involves writers and visual artists about text-image collaborations, as well as writers who have gotten inspiration from visual art, and it explores ways writers make connections with art and the visual artistic process, furthering the continuum of the artist’s studio as school, gallery, political stance, sanctuary, and muse. This event is part of the “Studio Chicago” calendar of events.

 

Contemporary writers and artists need a clean, well lit room of their own to create. Whether physical as a cabin in the woods or ubiquitous as online presence, the studio matters to Chicago culture makers because of the many out-of-time or out-of-ethics rituals it suggests. Making art doesn’t have to be political: this freedom is what makes art radically political. We will consider how Chicago institutions and colloquia opportunities might support Chicago artists and writers.

 

We will also discuss details about the spaces in which we work, whether those spaces are separate industrial studio space, home offices, or other kinds of spaces. Also, the nature of the work that happen in those studio spaces relates to how the spaces themselves are set up, whether the work involves what is done in solitude, or with collaborations (in physical and virtual spaces).

 

Participants will include Annie Heckman (Owner + Director, StepSister Press), Krista Franklin (writer, artist, and educator, Kathryn Born (editor of Chicago Art Magazine), Valerie Wallace (writer and educator), and Gene Tanta (writer, visual artist, and educator), moderated by Dan Godston (writer, musician, and educator).

This panel involves writers and visual artists about text-image collaborations, as well as writers who have gotten inspiration from visual art, and it explores ways writers make connections with art and the visual artistic process, furthering the continuum of the artist’s studio as school, gallery, political stance, sanctuary, and muse. This event is part of the “Studio Chicago” calendar of events.

 

Contemporary writers and artists need a clean, well lit room of their own to create. Whether physical as a cabin in the woods or ubiquitous as online presence, the studio matters to Chicago culture makers because of the many out-of-time or out-of-ethics rituals it suggests. Making art doesn’t have to be political: this freedom is what makes art radically political. We will consider how Chicago institutions and colloquia opportunities might support Chicago artists and writers.

 

We will also discuss details about the spaces in which we work, whether those spaces are separate industrial studio space, home offices, or other kinds of spaces. Also, the nature of the work that happen in those studio spaces relates to how the spaces themselves are set up, whether the work involves what is done in solitude, or with collaborations (in physical and virtual spaces).

 

Participants will include Annie Heckman (Owner + Director, StepSister Press), Krista Franklin (writer, artist, and educator, Kathryn Born (editor of Chicago Art Magazine), Valerie Wallace (writer and educator), and Gene Tanta (writer, visual artist, and educator), moderated by Dan Godston (writer, musician, and educator).

This panel involves writers and visual artists about text-image collaborations, as well as writers who have gotten inspiration from visual art, and it explores ways writers make connections with art and the visual artistic process, furthering the continuum of the artist’s studio as school, gallery, political stance, sanctuary, and muse. This event is part of the “Studio Chicago” calendar of events.

 

Contemporary writers and artists need a clean, well lit room of their own to create. Whether physical as a cabin in the woods or ubiquitous as online presence, the studio matters to Chicago culture makers because of the many out-of-time or out-of-ethics rituals it suggests. Making art doesn’t have to be political: this freedom is what makes art radically political. We will consider how Chicago institutions and colloquia opportunities might support Chicago artists and writers.

 

We will also discuss details about the spaces in which we work, whether those spaces are separate industrial studio space, home offices, or other kinds of spaces. Also, the nature of the work that happen in those studio spaces relates to how the spaces themselves are set up, whether the work involves what is done in solitude, or with collaborations (in physical and virtual spaces).

 

Participants will include Annie Heckman (Owner + Director, StepSister Press), Krista Franklin (writer, artist, and educator, Kathryn Born (editor of Chicago Art Magazine), Valerie Wallace (writer and educator), and Gene Tanta (writer, visual artist, and educator), moderated by Dan Godston (writer, musician, and educator).

This panel involves writers and visual artists about text-image collaborations, as well as writers who have gotten inspiration from visual art, and it explores ways writers make connections with art and the visual artistic process, furthering the continuum of the artist’s studio as school, gallery, political stance, sanctuary, and muse. This event is part of the “Studio Chicago” calendar of events.

 

Contemporary writers and artists need a clean, well lit room of their own to create. Whether physical as a cabin in the woods or ubiquitous as online presence, the studio matters to Chicago culture makers because of the many out-of-time or out-of-ethics rituals it suggests. Making art doesn’t have to be political: this freedom is what makes art radically political. We will consider how Chicago institutions and colloquia opportunities might support Chicago artists and writers.

 

We will also discuss details about the spaces in which we work, whether those spaces are separate industrial studio space, home offices, or other kinds of spaces. Also, the nature of the work that happen in those studio spaces relates to how the spaces themselves are set up, whether the work involves what is done in solitude, or with collaborations (in physical and virtual spaces).

 

Participants will include Annie Heckman (Owner + Director, StepSister Press), Krista Franklin (writer, artist, and educator, Kathryn Born (editor of Chicago Art Magazine), Valerie Wallace (writer and educator), and Gene Tanta (writer, visual artist, and educator), moderated by Dan Godston (writer, musician, and educator).

This panel involves writers and visual artists about text-image collaborations, as well as writers who have gotten inspiration from visual art, and it explores ways writers make connections with art and the visual artistic process, furthering the continuum of the artist’s studio as school, gallery, political stance, sanctuary, and muse. This event is part of the “Studio Chicago” calendar of events.

 

Contemporary writers and artists need a clean, well lit room of their own to create. Whether physical as a cabin in the woods or ubiquitous as online presence, the studio matters to Chicago culture makers because of the many out-of-time or out-of-ethics rituals it suggests. Making art doesn’t have to be political: this freedom is what makes art radically political. We will consider how Chicago institutions and colloquia opportunities might support Chicago artists and writers.

 

We will also discuss details about the spaces in which we work, whether those spaces are separate industrial studio space, home offices, or other kinds of spaces. Also, the nature of the work that happen in those studio spaces relates to how the spaces themselves are set up, whether the work involves what is done in solitude, or with collaborations (in physical and virtual spaces).

 

Participants will include Annie Heckman (Owner + Director, StepSister Press), Krista Franklin (writer, artist, and educator, Kathryn Born (editor of Chicago Art Magazine), Valerie Wallace (writer and educator), and Gene Tanta (writer, visual artist, and educator), moderated by Dan Godston (writer, musician, and educator).

This panel involves writers and visual artists about text-image collaborations, as well as writers who have gotten inspiration from visual art, and it explores ways writers make connections with art and the visual artistic process, furthering the continuum of the artist’s studio as school, gallery, political stance, sanctuary, and muse. This event is part of the “Studio Chicago” calendar of events.

 

Contemporary writers and artists need a clean, well lit room of their own to create. Whether physical as a cabin in the woods or ubiquitous as online presence, the studio matters to Chicago culture makers because of the many out-of-time or out-of-ethics rituals it suggests. Making art doesn’t have to be political: this freedom is what makes art radically political. We will consider how Chicago institutions and colloquia opportunities might support Chicago artists and writers.

 

We will also discuss details about the spaces in which we work, whether those spaces are separate industrial studio space, home offices, or other kinds of spaces. Also, the nature of the work that happen in those studio spaces relates to how the spaces themselves are set up, whether the work involves what is done in solitude, or with collaborations (in physical and virtual spaces).

 

Participants will include Annie Heckman (Owner + Director, StepSister Press), Krista Franklin (writer, artist, and educator, Kathryn Born (editor of Chicago Art Magazine), Valerie Wallace (writer and educator), and Gene Tanta (writer, visual artist, and educator), moderated by Dan Godston (writer, musician, and educator).

A beautifully detailed model of Jackson Pollock at work in his studio. This was on display at the "Picturing the Studio" show that was held at the SAIC's Sullivan Galleries earlier this year.

 

www.studiochicago.org/picturing-the-studio/

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Chicago Studio Club photo of Studio Chicago grand piano!

 

This studio session was on Wed., Oct. 10, 2012 at Studio Chicago, 2443 N. Clybourn, Chicago. Vocalist Alain Quinn, pianist Tom Vaitsas and Chicago Studio Club had a wonderful collaborative, creative event.

 

More about our friend, vocalist ALAIN QUINN:

www.alainquinn.com/

 

www.myspace.com/alainquinn

 

www.facebook.com/alainquinnmusic

 

www.facebook.com/pages/Alain-Quinn-Fanpage/149761811705412

 

www.linkedin.com/pub/tom-vaitsas/32/646/381 , has more about our friend, TOM VAITSAS, check him out!

 

www.studiochicago.com/ , has more about our friends at STUDIO CHICAGO!

 

Chicago Studio Club photo of Alain Quinn and Tom Vaitsas at work!

 

This studio session was on Wed., Oct. 10, 2012 at Studio Chicago, 2443 N. Clybourn, Chicago. Vocalist Alain Quinn, pianist Tom Vaitsas and Chicago Studio Club had a wonderful collaborative, creative event.

 

More about our friend, vocalist ALAIN QUINN:

www.alainquinn.com/

 

www.myspace.com/alainquinn

 

www.facebook.com/alainquinnmusic

 

www.facebook.com/pages/Alain-Quinn-Fanpage/149761811705412

 

www.linkedin.com/pub/tom-vaitsas/32/646/381 , has more about our friend, TOM VAITSAS, check him out!

 

www.studiochicago.com/ , has more about our friends at STUDIO CHICAGO!

 

Chicago Studio Club photo of Alain Quinn and Tom Vaitsas!

 

This studio session was on Wed., Oct. 10, 2012 at Studio Chicago, 2443 N. Clybourn, Chicago. Vocalist Alain Quinn, pianist Tom Vaitsas and Chicago Studio Club had a wonderful collaborative, creative event.

 

More about our friend, vocalist ALAIN QUINN:

www.alainquinn.com/

 

www.myspace.com/alainquinn

 

www.facebook.com/alainquinnmusic

 

www.facebook.com/pages/Alain-Quinn-Fanpage/149761811705412

 

www.linkedin.com/pub/tom-vaitsas/32/646/381 , has more about our friend, TOM VAITSAS, check him out!

 

www.studiochicago.com/ , has more about our friends at STUDIO CHICAGO!

 

Chicago Studio Club 2012 photo of Alain Quinn!

 

This studio session was on Wed., Oct. 10, 2012 at Studio Chicago, 2443 N. Clybourn, Chicago. Vocalist Alain Quinn, pianist Tom Vaitsas and Chicago Studio Club had a wonderful collaborative, creative event.

 

More about our friend, vocalist ALAIN QUINN:

www.alainquinn.com/

 

www.myspace.com/alainquinn

 

www.facebook.com/alainquinnmusic

 

www.facebook.com/pages/Alain-Quinn-Fanpage/149761811705412

 

Chicago Studio Club photo of Alain Quinn and Tom Vaitsas at work!

 

This studio session was on Wed., Oct. 10, 2012 at Studio Chicago, 2443 N. Clybourn, Chicago. Vocalist Alain Quinn, pianist Tom Vaitsas and Chicago Studio Club had a wonderful collaborative, creative event.

 

More about our friend, vocalist ALAIN QUINN:

www.alainquinn.com/

 

www.myspace.com/alainquinn

 

www.facebook.com/alainquinnmusic

 

www.facebook.com/pages/Alain-Quinn-Fanpage/149761811705412

 

www.linkedin.com/pub/tom-vaitsas/32/646/381 , has more about our friend, TOM VAITSAS, check him out!

 

www.studiochicago.com/ , has more about our friends at STUDIO CHICAGO!

 

Chicago Studio Club photo of Zach, Alain Quinn, Tracey, Tom Vaitsas!

 

This studio session was on Wed., Oct. 10, 2012 at Studio Chicago, 2443 N. Clybourn, Chicago. Vocalist Alain Quinn, pianist Tom Vaitsas and Chicago Studio Club had a wonderful collaborative, creative event.

 

More about our friend, vocalist ALAIN QUINN:

www.alainquinn.com/

 

www.myspace.com/alainquinn

 

www.facebook.com/alainquinnmusic

 

www.facebook.com/pages/Alain-Quinn-Fanpage/149761811705412

 

www.linkedin.com/pub/tom-vaitsas/32/646/381 , has more about our friend, TOM VAITSAS, check him out!

 

www.studiochicago.com/ , has more about our friends at STUDIO CHICAGO!

 

Chicago Studio Club photo of Alain Quinn and Tom Vaitsas!

 

This studio session was on Wed., Oct. 10, 2012 at Studio Chicago, 2443 N. Clybourn, Chicago. Vocalist Alain Quinn, pianist Tom Vaitsas and Chicago Studio Club had a wonderful collaborative, creative event.

 

More about our friend, vocalist ALAIN QUINN:

www.alainquinn.com/

 

www.myspace.com/alainquinn

 

www.facebook.com/alainquinnmusic

 

www.facebook.com/pages/Alain-Quinn-Fanpage/149761811705412

 

www.linkedin.com/pub/tom-vaitsas/32/646/381 , has more about our friend, TOM VAITSAS, check him out!

 

www.studiochicago.com/ , has more about our friends at STUDIO CHICAGO!

 

Chicago Studio Club photo of Alain Quinn and Tom Vaitsas at work!

 

This studio session was on Wed., Oct. 10, 2012 at Studio Chicago, 2443 N. Clybourn, Chicago. Vocalist Alain Quinn, pianist Tom Vaitsas and Chicago Studio Club had a wonderful collaborative, creative event.

 

More about our friend, vocalist ALAIN QUINN:

www.alainquinn.com/

 

www.myspace.com/alainquinn

 

www.facebook.com/alainquinnmusic

 

www.facebook.com/pages/Alain-Quinn-Fanpage/149761811705412

 

www.linkedin.com/pub/tom-vaitsas/32/646/381 , has more about our friend, TOM VAITSAS, check him out!

 

www.studiochicago.com/ , has more about our friends at STUDIO CHICAGO!

 

Chicago Studio Club photo of Alain Quinn and Tom Vaitsas!

 

This studio session was on Wed., Oct. 10, 2012 at Studio Chicago, 2443 N. Clybourn, Chicago. Vocalist Alain Quinn, pianist Tom Vaitsas and Chicago Studio Club had a wonderful collaborative, creative event.

 

More about our friend, vocalist ALAIN QUINN:

www.alainquinn.com/

 

www.myspace.com/alainquinn

 

www.facebook.com/alainquinnmusic

 

www.facebook.com/pages/Alain-Quinn-Fanpage/149761811705412

 

www.linkedin.com/pub/tom-vaitsas/32/646/381 , has more about our friend, TOM VAITSAS, check him out!

 

www.studiochicago.com/ , has more about our friends at STUDIO CHICAGO!

 

Chicago Studio Club photo of Tom Vaitsas on piano!

 

This studio session was on Wed., Oct. 10, 2012 at Studio Chicago, 2443 N. Clybourn, Chicago. Vocalist Alain Quinn, pianist Tom Vaitsas and Chicago Studio Club had a wonderful collaborative, creative event.

 

More about our friend, vocalist ALAIN QUINN:

www.alainquinn.com/

 

www.myspace.com/alainquinn

 

www.facebook.com/alainquinnmusic

 

www.facebook.com/pages/Alain-Quinn-Fanpage/149761811705412

 

www.linkedin.com/pub/tom-vaitsas/32/646/381 , has more about our friend, TOM VAITSAS, check him out!

 

www.studiochicago.com/ , has more about our friends at STUDIO CHICAGO!

 

Chicago Studio Club photo of Tom Vaitsas on piano!

 

This studio session was on Wed., Oct. 10, 2012 at Studio Chicago, 2443 N. Clybourn, Chicago. Vocalist Alain Quinn, pianist Tom Vaitsas and Chicago Studio Club had a wonderful collaborative, creative event.

 

More about our friend, vocalist ALAIN QUINN:

www.alainquinn.com/

 

www.myspace.com/alainquinn

 

www.facebook.com/alainquinnmusic

 

www.facebook.com/pages/Alain-Quinn-Fanpage/149761811705412

 

www.linkedin.com/pub/tom-vaitsas/32/646/381 , has more about our friend, TOM VAITSAS, check him out!

 

www.studiochicago.com/ , has more about our friends at STUDIO CHICAGO!

 

Chicago Studio Club photo of Tom Vaitsas on piano!

 

This studio session was on Wed., Oct. 10, 2012 at Studio Chicago, 2443 N. Clybourn, Chicago. Vocalist Alain Quinn, pianist Tom Vaitsas and Chicago Studio Club had a wonderful collaborative, creative event.

 

More about our friend, vocalist ALAIN QUINN:

www.alainquinn.com/

 

www.myspace.com/alainquinn

 

www.facebook.com/alainquinnmusic

 

www.facebook.com/pages/Alain-Quinn-Fanpage/149761811705412

 

www.linkedin.com/pub/tom-vaitsas/32/646/381 , has more about our friend, TOM VAITSAS, check him out!

 

www.studiochicago.com/ , has more about our friends at STUDIO CHICAGO!

 

Chicago Studio Club photo of Tom Vaitsas on piano!

 

This studio session was on Wed., Oct. 10, 2012 at Studio Chicago, 2443 N. Clybourn, Chicago. Vocalist Alain Quinn, pianist Tom Vaitsas and Chicago Studio Club had a wonderful collaborative, creative event.

 

More about our friend, vocalist ALAIN QUINN:

www.alainquinn.com/

 

www.myspace.com/alainquinn

 

www.facebook.com/alainquinnmusic

 

www.facebook.com/pages/Alain-Quinn-Fanpage/149761811705412

 

www.linkedin.com/pub/tom-vaitsas/32/646/381 , has more about our friend, TOM VAITSAS, check him out!

 

www.studiochicago.com/ , has more about our friends at STUDIO CHICAGO!

 

Guest Alan Emercon Hicks in the foreground!

  

This studio session was on Wed., Oct. 10, 2012 at Studio Chicago, 2443 N. Clybourn, Chicago. Vocalist Alain Quinn, pianist Tom Vaitsas and Chicago Studio Club had a wonderful collaborative, creative event.

 

More about our friend, vocalist ALAIN QUINN:

www.alainquinn.com/

 

www.myspace.com/alainquinn

 

www.facebook.com/alainquinnmusic

 

www.facebook.com/pages/Alain-Quinn-Fanpage/149761811705412

 

www.linkedin.com/pub/tom-vaitsas/32/646/381 , has more about our friend, TOM VAITSAS, check him out!

 

www.studiochicago.com/ , has more about our friends at STUDIO CHICAGO!

 

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