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Vagabond School of the Arts

RAW VENUE #1 – Vagabond School of the Arts is Chicago’s premier acting school for performers following a professional path.
Wherever your road might lead — from theatre to film and television — we’re committed to gathering the best instructors and best artists in one place so that there’s no road closed for your future.

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Make 26/M26Studio

RAW VENUE: #1 – We are design and make useful objects, lighting, furniture, and interiors. We primarily consist of an industrial designer and a licensed architect.

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Richard Stromberg’s Chicago Photography Classes

RAW VENUE #1 – At Richard Stromberg’s Chicago Photography Classes, we teach you how to get it right in the camera in the first place – “Plus”. What’s the Plus? We don’t just develop images we develop people through Photography and our Community.

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Studio 505: Laurie Shaman & Nancy Hall

RAW VENUE #1 – At Studio 505 you’ll find ceramic artist Laurie Shaman and painter Nancy Hall. Laurie produces porcelain tabletop and wall pieces, as well as works on paper. Her ceramic pieces are populated with hand painted birds, animals, figures and landscapes. Nancy creates watercolors, small and large scale, that are vibrant works – both representational and abstract. Come see our work, work-in-progress and our amazing view of the Ravenswood Corridor!

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Awakenings Foundation

RAW VENUE #1 – The Awakenings Foundation is an art gallery dedicated to making visible the artistic expression of survivors of sexual violence.

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Big Teeth Productions

RAW VENUE #1 – Visit Big Teeth at their 3rd floor studio for the return their 60 Second Film Festival! Each of the participating filmmakers has created a short inspired by a famous work of art. The entire festival can be viewed in less than ten minutes, after which guests are invited to vote for their favorite film.

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Chicago Academy of Sciences / Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum

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The Chicago Academy of Sciences was founded in 1857 to give scientists and nature aficionados a place to study and share the specimens they collected. From this simple beginning, the Academy developed a national and international reputation for its leadership in conservation, its scientific collection, and in citizen science. Dubbed the first “Museum in the West,” the Academy’s collection has expanded to 280,000 specimens with a focus on the natural history of the Midwest, and is a valuable resource for researchers. Specimens and artifacts from the collection are exhibited at the Academy’s museum, the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum in Lincoln Park. Our Collections staff will be bringing out specimens, artifacts, field notes, and historic photographs just for the ArtWalk!