Please bear with us as we redesign our site. RELAUNCH COMING SOON! Next show: Sat 1/19 at SPACE in Evanston! INFO/TIX (this show will sell out): http://www.evanstonspace.com/upcoming-shows
In the meanwhile, also visit: http://www.facebook.com/Funkadesi
5-7pm Sullivan Galleries, 33 S. State St.
members of Funkadesi featuring latin guest artists! Check out the amazing exhibit while listening to music!
Talking to Action: Art, Pedagogy, and Activism in the Americas
August 27 – December 8, 2018
Talking to Action investigates contemporary, community-based social art practices in the United States and throughout Latin America while attempting to build a direct dialogue with artists and researchers across the hemisphere to discuss shared concerns. Talking to Action focuses on the collaborative, dialogically-based form of art making that is most often referred to as “social practice” with roots in public practice, community-based, participatory, relational and socially-engaged art. Consequently, the artists in Talking to Action explore a range of trans-disciplinary practices, blurring the lines between object making, political and environmental activism, community organizing, and performance.
Multicultural Diwali Residency, Recital, & Performance
Details for this epic performance, Saturday 8pm at Lindblom Auditorium (6130 S. Wolcott): https://oldtownschool.org/concerts/2018/09-15-2018-quantum-englewood/
Featuring a cast of hundreds, including:
Live The Spirit Jazz Ensemble
Soul Children Gospel Choir
Phenom Poetree, Inc.
Fernando Jones’ Blues Kids
Paul Cotton West African Drum & Dance
The Bucket Boys
Lindblom Acapella Choir
Music Moves Students and Community Members from:
Real Men’s Charity
The Beat Bank
Let Your Rhymes Inspire Creativity
Old Town Fiddlers
And special guestsQuantumEnglewood_poster_082118
Funkadesi returns to City Winery! 6pm doors; 7:30pm show. 2 sets!
SELECT SEATS: https://citywinery.com/chicago/funkadesi-8-6-18.html
One of 10 free concerts happening in Millennium Park!
Funkadesi play 12:30-1:30pm
Dawes Park, Evanston