Not so fast! There’s no need to vacate the Loop straight after work. For a sixth year, the Chicago Loop Alliance and curators will organize interactive, pop-up art exhibitions in downtown alleys. Click here to read more on Curbed Chicago’s page.
Peek behind the curtain in the Loop’s most unexpected places with ACTIVATE: Backstage. In celebration of the City of Chicago’s Year of Chicago Theatre, join Chicago Loop Alliance for a series of four summer nights inspired by the art of performance. Experience interactive art, live music, and immersive audience participation in unusual urban spaces around the Loop. Click here for more on Loop Chicago’s website.
White Mystery are siblings Miss Alex White and Francis Scott Key White, a Chicago based garage rock duo formed in 2008. Omaha artist Mike Kronberger (link his name to https://mikekronberger.com/white-mystery) created this poster in 2015 for their Omaha show at the Reverb Lounge with pretty much just a pencil adding the colors in digitally. The hair pattern was later used as a background graphic for the Miss Alex White custom signature fuzz pedal “Firekeeper.”
Photographer Nicholas Lipton released his book and art show, “White Knuckle,” on Friday, June 2, 2017 in Chicago’s Fulton Market. Hundreds of attendees viewed photographic prints of striking imagery, ranging from muzzled guard dogs to daredevils precariously balancing on their motorcycles. White Mystery DJed vinyl and art lovers enjoyed complimentary Pabst Blue Ribbon. Thank you to all involved!
Lagunitas lubricated the art opening of Nick Lipton’s “White Knuckle” photography exhibit and book release with complimentary beer Friday night in Fulton Market. Artists, creatives, friends, and family attended the gallery event with open eyes and open ears to experience edgy pictures plus tunes by lady DJ Miss Alex White of White Mystery. Thank you for your support, and Diane Alexander White for the photos!