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Comfort Station

This March, the Post Family will leave the confines of their studio behind to call Logan Square’s Comfort Station home. Looking to the legacy of a “comfort station” as a public place of gathering—an architectural hub within a community that’s free and open to all—they believe this to be the perfect venue to bring their ideals to life.

Rather than mount a physical exhibition, the Post Family is curating a month of programming—a series of workshops, collaborations, performances, discussions and screenings designed to engage and unite the diverse Logan Square community. They will facilitate dialogue between residents old and new: families, professionals, artists, patrons, business owners and beyond. In addition to their own events, they will be partnering with a variety of “Family friends” – including Third Coast Audio Festival, Logan Square International Film Series (Comfort Films), and others – to diversify programming and enrich the level of dialogue throughout the month. Visitors will collaborate, debate, share meals, create artwork, and above all else, engage.

It's been a while, so we really look forward to this series of wonderful events with some of the most talented folks we know in Chicago. To see all of the events check out:

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5x7 Speaks at Ampersand Gallery

5x7 will be speaking about finding creative solace while launching our new book, Two Letter Words, at Ampersand Gallery next Saturday. Drinks are provided by the super rad Ninkasi Brewing Co. See you all there!

Saturday, May 11 at 7:30pm

Ampersand Gallery & Fine Books
2916 NE Alberta Street, Suite B
Portland, OR 97211

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Post Family does CreativeMornings

We're thrilled to announce that on March 30th, 9AM at The Coop we're going to be chatting as a group for the Chicago chapter of CreativeMornings about what we do as a family. If you haven't been it's a monthly morning gathering for creative types. Each event includes a 20 minute lecture, followed by a 20 minute group discussion.

The gathering begins at 8:30am and we start chatting at 9:00am. It's free of charge and it sells out typically in a couple minutes. So check out the site and prepare to signup March 26th at 11AM.

See you then!

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Coworking Social

If you are in town this Friday. Come to The Coop's Coworking Social!

This Friday, December 16, 2011 from 6:30 until 11pm or so.... We’re kicking off our fun, old-fashioned family holidays with a celebration to giving, coworking, eating and kissing under the mistletoe at The Coop!

Desktime, The Coop, Uber and Refresh Chicago honor our holiday festivities inviting you to our first-ever Coworking Social & Toy Drive.

Also, we’ll collect toys in the Uber sleigh; each guest bringing a toy will receive $10 worth of Uber credits to use whenever, wherever, with whoever. All toys will be donated through WGN’s Morning News Drive-Thru Toy Drive, benefiting Jennifer Hudson’s Julian D. King Gift Foundation. Hope to see you there!


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Mas Context Event at Heritage Bicycles

As part of our recent collaboration with Mas Context on their PRODUCTION issue, MAS Context and Heritage Bicycles will be having an event on Wednesday, February 20th from 7-8:30pm, to learn about the inspiration behind Heritage and their process of producing locally handcrafted bicycles in Chicago. Michael Salvatore, CEO and owner of Heritage, will talk about all the aspects of the production process, bicycle styles and how bicycles and coffee came together in this space. In case you missed the conversation with Mike included in the Production issue, check this post.

The event is free and there is no need to RSVP. You will be able to buy some of their great Stumptown coffee during the event or feel free to bring beer or wine. Hope to see you all there!


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This is going to be an insanely special night. I'll send a reminder closer to the evening.

This past October, Chicago film collective Scenic traveled to the Icelandic countryside alongside photographers Tim Navis + Kim Holtermand and music composer Deru to create a series of improvised, collaborative short films. The resulting documentary - entitled Outliers, Vol. I: Iceland - will be released in June, along with a companion soundtrack compilation featuring thirteen contemporary classical composers and electronic music producers.

To celebrate the release, Scenic will join Deru onstage for a live, multimedia A/V performance inspired by the journey. Soundtrack contributors Shigeto (Ghostly International), Loscil (Kranky), and Sweatson Klank (Alphapup) will perform full sets, and the first 200 ticketholders are invited to an exclusive live screening of the film and Q&A session with the artists in advance of the show. Both the film screening and live performances are set for July 10th at Lincoln Hall in Chicago. Click here to buy tickets click here.

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Chicago The Beautiful Opening

If you are in the great city of Chicago this Friday. Come on by and see why Chicago really is so beautiful. Music, Food, Drinks, Art and good times and a spread of art from our fair city.

Friday, Febraury 24- 7PM to 1AM
914 N California

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Re-Classified is a show brought to you by the office obsessed ladies behind Post 27, Pitch Design Union and Winterbureau. They're putting together a series of carefully curated kits with assorted new, vintage, and handmade office goodies. Paired with 1970's office furniture from Post 27 and office-themed test prints from Winterbureau's Neche Collection. Come see it tonight (Thursday, December 8th, 2011) from 5-9pm at Post 27. And here is a little sneak peek of the process on Margot Harrington's instagram. 

Solastalgia - Jenny Kendler @ Johalla

Anytime Jenny Kendler has new work you should not miss a chance to see it. 

SOLASTALGIA @ Johalla Projects
Gallery Hours : July 4th-6th : 12pm - 5pm
1561 North Milwaukee Avenue
Chicago, Illinois, 60622

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We Are Lions

We Are Lions is a fantastic Chicago based organization based around improving the lives of those who are affected with developmental and/or intellectual disabilities. Thier mission is to promote public awareness and appreciation through clothing designed by individuals with disabilities.

They are hosting an event full of food, music, and art at 914 tomorrow. Music and food will be served around sunset (TBA). Exclusive pop-up shop t-shirts will be released. Art will be for sale. Free art will be available as well. All for a wonderful cause. Find more details here.

Hope to see you there!

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