THE CHICAGO ANGELS PROJECT
The Forgotten: Chicago Youth Lost to Gun Violence (2011/13)
Their hope, their laughter, their pain and their dreams
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LOVE YOU FOREVER
Iwona Biedermann 2012
Hate Ruins Everything
Lee Tracy, 2012
Schoolyard of Broken Dreams
Marvin Tate, 2014
Opening Exhibition Reception:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Thursday, February 12, 2015
Josef Glimer Gallery
207 West Superior Street
Exhibition runs through Friday, February 27, 2015.
Opening Night Performance:
Spoken Word Poetry by Uplift Community High School Students
Uplift Community High School
Students' series of mosaic linoleum relief prints represent the spirits of youth claimed to senseless violence on the streets of Chicago. These prints, presented alongside works by noted Chicago artists, all respond to the horror of the growing youth violence in Chicago.
Featuring work by:
Uplift Community High School Student Artists
Jean Marc Giboux
Inspired by the play The Gospel of Loving Kindness, this exhibition portrays the souls of children murdered in Chicago:
Our goal is to honor the memories of a generation too often lost in obscurity. Our hope is to bring their lives, aspirations and dreams to the forefront. Our wish is to call attention to the horror of the war that is taking place almost daily on the streets of Chicago.
A portion of all sales will be donated to the following
Alternative Schools Network
Illinois Council Against Handgun Violence
Visit our website www.chicagoangelsproject.org to purchase art and to learn more about the project.