Pivot Arts’ A Survival Guide To The Holidays at Uncommon Ground
“Pivot Arts is a home for innovative music, theater and dance on Chicago’s far north side. They develop new work and present unique performances throughout the year culminating in a multi-arts festival. Their vision is that of a vibrant community where unique collaborations between artists, businesses and organizations leads to the support and creation of innovative performance events. Pivot Arts was founded in 2012, became an official not-for-profit in 2014 and is led by director, Julieanne Ehre. Major support for Pivot Arts comes from the Alphawood Foundation, the Richard H. Driehaus Foundation at the MacArthur Fund for Arts and Culture, Loyola University Chicago, Northern Trust and Uptown United. For more information visit www.pivotarts.org.”
“Pivot Arts’ POP UP! PERFORMANCE SERIES occurs monthly at local businesses and empty storefronts throughout the Far North Side. Pivot Arts’ partnerships with local businesses help boost the local economy by bringing arts patrons directly to establishments in Chicago’s Uptown and Edgewater neighborhoods. Past POP UP! business partners have included FLATS Chicago, Independent Spirits, Lickity Split Custard and Sweets, Hopleaf, Metropolis Coffee, Kitchen Sink and Burke’s Pub.”
“Pivot Arts brings fascinating pop-up performances to nontraditional spaces, including local businesses in Edgewater,” comments Katrina Balog, Executive Director of the Edgewater Chamber of Commerce. “The success of the events for the businesses is a clear indicator of the importance of arts and culture in economic growth.”
More info on the show:
A Survival Guide To The Holidays
Wednesday, December 17 at 8 pm
Top-notch writers and performers including Julie Ganey, Ike Holter, Alan Neff, Mia McCullough, Jeremy Owens, Tanya Palmer and Sharon Lanza entertain and advise us how to survive the holiday season with personal holiday tales. The evening will also includes a live musical performance by local country/folk duo River Rising.
Ike Holter Featured in The Reader: http://people2014.chicagoreader.com/ike-holter/
Tickets for both events are $10 and can be reserved by calling Uncommon Ground at (773) 465-9801. For additional information, vist www.pivotarts.org.