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We gave 13 artists Levi’s Denim Jackets and told them to use as their inspiration.
We featured jackets and art by Kelly Ward, DONT FRET, Revise CMW, Lauren Asta, Jaz-On, Kate Lewis, Victor Montañez, White Mystery, Katherine del Real, Hannah Douglas, Zitlali Yunuhem, Sara Enigmann and Zissou Tasseff-Elenkoff. DJ Genghiswon was spinning all night.
Check out what transpired at our Chicago Art Show hosted at Co-Prosperity Sphere.
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Turn up your holidays with all the bells and whistles at the White Mystery ‘Winter Funtacular!’
Games, give-ways, gifts, slime-making with the Museum of Contemporary Art, Glitter Guts retro photo booth with Pabst Blue Ribbon, DIY fun with Ilegal Mezcal, live-streaming pinball with Jack Danger of Dead Flip, a live vocal choir with the Blue Ribbon Glee Club, and the ultimate place to shop for your friends & fam. THE EVENT IS FREE!
•First 50 people to arrive receive a complimentary drink ticket and arcade tokens
•First 150 people to arrive receive a free pass to the Museum of Contemporary Art
Thank you to the Sponsors:
Pabst Blue Ribbon, Ilegal Mezcal, Dead Flip, Museum of Contemporary Art
Blue Ribbon Glee Club, DJ E2H2, White Mystery DJs, Pinball wizard Jack Danger
Holiday Market Featuring:Lost Girls Vintage, Sencillo Vintage, Think Unique, Wybo Design, ShopConcentrate, Rachie Jenn Originals, Girl Fawkes Pins, Mojo Owl, Limba Gal Jewelry, Creativ Peace, Greetings By Jenny, Mixtape Your Life, Rhymes with Twee, Honey Girl Vintage, Twenty Thou, Range Life Shop, StephxStitch, E.E.Mercantile & Co., Soothsayer Hot Sauce, Morbid Orchid Co., Harnesses by Emma Alamo, Little Alice, Madre Monte, Crystal Gravy, Found Indiana, Ace High Vintage, Sun Baby Tarot, Diane Alexander White Photography, Museum of Contemporary Art
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White Mystery performed Riot Fest five times— in 2011, 2012, 2013, and in Chicago plus Denver in 2015. What are your favorite White Mystery memories at Riot Fest? Feel free to comment below!
Photos by Diane Alexander White, Kris Lori Fuentes Cortes, and Jesse Fox.Posted 09.12.19 Permalink to this story
ACTIVATE is a popular annual series of pop-up arts programs launched in 2014 by Chicago Loop Alliance that transform alleys and other unexpected places into creative exhibition spaces. This public block party located in the Symphony Center alley embraced the sensational spirit of drag. In celebration of the City of Chicago’s Year of Chicago Theatre, top drag queens and kings performed iconic songs from beloved musicals, all in the majesty of larger-than-life pop art, inflatable sculptures, and eye-popping set designs. This event was curated by A Queer Pride and White Mystery as a project of the Chicago Loop Alliance Foundation and Presenting Sponsor The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Video by Paige Brunsen.
Photos by Diane Alexander White. Click here to see more!
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The Chicago Greek Town SSA commissioned Miss Alex White from White Mystery to customize a column for their outdoor art project on Halsted Street. Her vision was to deconstruct the column from its traditional form into a contemporary design object, with stark, colorful contrasts, and a chevron pattern. Alex teamed up with her collaborator Steven Teichelman, owner of Threefold Chicago, to spray paint the plaster sculpture, inspired by Pink Floyd’s iconic “Dark Side of the Moon” album art.
View the art project, “Dark Side of the Discus,” on display at 128 S. Halsted, Chicago.