APPLE STORE This week: complimentary fruit for those willing to follow the trail.
See “freebies,” below.
Don’t-miss picks for Wed10.06.10 through Tue 10.12.10:
concerts JP, Chrissie & the Fairground Boys
ALSO THIS WEEK: The Lolla mainstager X Japan continues its barnstorming of America. Hear the band Oct 6 at the Riviera.
FREEBIES OF THE WEEK
museums Art Book Swap Chicago
Trade in any art book in good condition—perhaps that Monet clunker you’ve been hauling around since college—for one of the hundreds of new volumes donated by publishers and other art-world outfits. Et voilà: Merry Christmas, Mom.
GO: Oct 9. Ryerson and Burnham Libraries, Art Institute of Chicago, 111 S Michigan. artinstitutechicago.org
WHAT I’M DOING THIS WEEKEND
Up next in our series of weekend plans from notable, in-the-know locals (a.k.a. people we like): the longtime Chicago artist Richard Hunt. Although Hunt is perhaps best known for his prolific career creating public sculpture, a new show at Think Art, Richard Hunt: A Force of Nature, also includes works on paper. Hunt ripped this weekend’s page from his agenda to share with Chicago Guide:
Fri, Oct 8
Work in studio 7 a.m. until 3 p.m. Stop early to get ready to participate in the opening of my exhibition at Think Art from 5:30 until 9. After that, dinner with friends who hang around until the very end.
Sat, Oct 9
Work in the studio in the morning. In the afternoon, attend a private concert of early music at the Archbishop Quigley Center hosted by my friend Neal Ball. After that, on to dinner at the Union League Club and then to a CSO concert where I am anxious to hear Beethoven’s Third Symphony.
Sun, Oct 10
Long breakfast reading newspapers. Then a little light work—mail, income taxes, clean up studio, etc.
GO: Richard Hunt: A Force of Nature runs Oct 7–Dec 10. Hunt will attend two public receptions, Oct 7–8 from 5:30 to 9 each evening. Think Art is located at 1530 N Paulina, Ste F. For more information, visit thinkartsalon.com.
Detail, Maddie Leach, Beaver Island, 2008