JOHALLA PROJECTS AND THE CHICAGO LOOP ALLIANCE "ACTIVATE"

JOHALLA PROJECTS AND THE CHICAGO LOOP ALLIANCE "ACTIVATE"

Thursday, May 1 from 5-10pm 
Sullivan Center alley between State Street and Wabash Avenue

Johalla Projects is pleased to announce a new public art project in partnership with the Chicago Loop Alliance. The large public installation will ACTIVATE the expansive alleyway located on Monroe Street between Wabash Avenue and State Street with a large number of works created by local artists that celebrate the annual "death" of winter and "rebirth" of spring. DJ Curse Mackey (Pigface, Thrill Kill Kult, Evil Mothers) will also perform.

For this pop-up installation, Johalla Projects will collaborate with a number of Chicago artists, including Todd Diederich, Ben Foch, Heather Gabel, Brittni Hessler, Andrea Jablonski, Damara Kaminecki, Ellen Nielsen, and Meg Noe to create an immersive experience for the public. Replete with a variety of artwork that stimulates the senses and celebrates the new season, the installation also provides a space for reflecting on the cyclically charged experience of life.

The event is free and open to the public. Beverages will available for purchase. 
RSVP here for a free drink ticket.

A special thanks to Pabst Blue Ribbon and CIMMFest for their support of this event.

For more information about this project, please contact Anna Cerniglia at info@johallaprojects.com.

Image: Brittni Hessler

Image: Brittni Hessler