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ANDERSONVILLE FARMERS MARKET & EXPANSION
3-7PM: Regular weekly Andersonville Farmers Market | Berwyn between Clark & Ashland – see vendors
4-7PM: Farmers Market Expansion | Berwyn east of Clark to the first alley*
The Andersonville Farmers Market will stretch from Ashland to the east side of Berwyn for one night only in honor of Arts Week! In addition to the amazing fresh finds from the weekly market vendors, the evening will feature fun for all ages with live performances, DIY art-making, and community tables for enjoying al fresco the great prepared foods found at the market!
*The Farmers Market Expansion for Arts Week is weather dependent and will be canceled in the event of rain or storms.
PERFORMANCES & DIY ART
4PM: Vandabobs @ Expansion
4-4:30PM: Storytime with Miss Linda from Women & Children First
4:30-5:30PM: Toys Et Cetera @ Farmers Market | Paint your own #AndersonvilleRocks rock! Rocks will later be hidden around the neighborhood for lucky finder!
4:30-6:30PM: Seeds Center @ Expansion | Join artist Charlotte Lin to make your own marble art!
5:15PM: Andersonville Strings @ Expansion
5:30-6:30PM: The Greenleaf Band @ Farmers Market
5:45PM: Urban Pooch demo @ Expansion
6:45-7PM: Gus Giordano Dance School @Expansion
PUBLIC ART POP UP
4-7PM: Mylar for Disco by artist Jacqueline von Edelberg @ Expansion | Visitors are invited to write cards of love and hope to children separated from their parents at border. The accompanying installation consists of hundreds of Mylar blankets (symbolizing the ones given to the border children) on a long cord like Tibetan prayer flags and draped on tables. Learn More.
11AM-6PM: Self-Guided Art Walk | See mobile map on home page
6-8PM: Ridman’s Coffee with StudioUs | Bob Ross Night! Paint along with Bob and Rachel from StudioUs while enjoying complimentary coffee, tea, and treats from Ridman’s Coffee! Tickets – $20. Sign up now!
Showings at Noon and 6PM: Swedish American Museum | REFLECTIONS – A FILM ABOUT KARIN BROOS. Reflections is about Sara Broos relationship with her mother, painter Karin Broos, and their seaside trip to Latvia. The resulting film is a poetic and personal journey about fragments of life: memories, dreams, the subconscious, sorrows, shame, aging, and self-hatred. The film reflects the attempt to hold on to something, while everything is in constant change. Karin Broos paintings is currently on display in the Museum’s main gallery.
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