“The refrain of Freimuth’s presentation was ‘balancing convention and fantasy.’” Read more.
“Rebecca Ussai finds insight and inspiration in Disney…” Read more.
“It is the headiness of color that drives painter Reginald Baylor to find refuge in his process.” Read more.
“Art was always a pretty big thing in our family.” Read more.
“In creating public art, the collaborative duo recommends: ‘Let it live. Let it go wild.’” Read more.
“To be in the wonderful world we live in.” Read more.
“Charles Adler’s work on Kickstarter has had a profound effect on the worlds of art and design.” Read more.
“During the Q&A, someone asked the Truppes how they acquired their first client.” Read more.
“Hancock persists to advance her usefulness through her design studio and beyond it.” Read more.
“Barney and her design team inherited more than a century’s worth of history.” Read more.
“Blazevich’s craft of physical correspondence is extraordinary, because it’s unusual.” Read more.
“As 2015 drew to a close, the second CreativeMornings/Chicago ‘Audience Takes the Stage’ event gathered again…” Read more.
Keeping it weird: Muralist and Videographer Brian Keller at 47th monthly CreativeMornings in Chicago
“It’s 100% out of my brain.” Read more.
“The personal is political.” Read more.
“He issued the tall order: ‘Be excellent to each other.’” Read more.
“A long-term challenge: ‘Embrace the storms.’” Read more.
“Claiming his beloved city’s eyesores and turning them into playful visions of flowers, popsicles and ice cream.” Read more.
“Collaboration is a stimulant that converts dreams into practice.” Read more.
“‘Perfectionism’ poses a duality. It appears and sounds like both a perk and a pathological condition.” Read more.
“Robotics is manifestation of data versus interpretation of data.” Read more.
“Turn turbulence into triumph.”
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