Collaborative Art Series CONCURRENCE "Fever" @FSC

Friday, March 16, 2018 - 7:00pm to 10:00pm

Fulton Street Collective continues our monthly Collaborative Art Series “Concurrence” on Friday, March 16th. Four visual artists showcase their work delineating one theme or impression. Our theme for March is “FEVER.”

Each artist will install their work based on "Fever" on one wall in our gallery as well as one moveable partition. 

Webster's Dictionary, Fever: "bring about a high body temperature or a state of nervous excitement in (someone)" there emotion, color, vibe, nuance? Find out March 16!!!
Doors open at 7pm, closing at 10. Additional viewings can be made for Saturday March 17 & Sunday March 18 by appointment. This month’s series features the work of four diverse artists with uniquely imaginativeexpressions and views. 

The Artists:

Betty Heredia
Betty is a multi- disciplinary artist, born & raised in Chicago. She illustrates and writes comics, as well as illustrating sounds at electronic and live music events.

Léona “Lisha” Perine
Léona has been creating art and short comics, and writing short stories since their youth with themes of horror at its heart. They took a new direction and began creating content for YouTube and their blog, as well as events under the name Lishamisha22 since 2009. While being a content creator online, they used these platforms to showcase the various components they customized or designed, from their nails to headpieces. Their favorite mediums are watercolour, pastels, denim, and leather.

Siena Peterson
Siena is a visual artist in Chicago. Her work consists mostly of abstract forms and figures, experimenting with color and texture. She is Currently studying Interdisciplinary Studies within the Arts, and Fine Arts at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Her work has been displayed at Figure One Gallery in Urbana, Champagne, as well as the Stream Gallery in Madison, Wisconsin. 

Alex Puryear
Utilizing dazzling colors and bold strokes lines. Works embody contention between fluid and concrete, worldly and ethereal, austere, and indulgent, lends each piece a noticeably vibrant essence which can only come from melding such opposing ideologies.

Fulton Street Collective
1821 w. Hubbard
7pm Doors
10pm Closing
Cash Donation Bar

Location and contact
Fulton Street Collective
1821 W. Hubbard
Chicago  Illinois  60622
United States