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The Arts of Life Associate Board Presents: Art on a Hot Tin Roof 2017
When: Saturday, July 29, 2017 from 5-8 p.m.
Where: Bottom Lounge (1375 W Lake St, Chicago)
A chic rooftop party featuring live artists, food, drinks, music, and a silent auction of exceptional gifts. All proceeds go directly to supporting The Arts of Life, a nonprofit arts program for adults with developmental disabilities. In addition to enjoying an evening of entertainment, libations, and a beautiful skyline view, guests will also be supporting a valuable Chicago nonprofit!
Tickets are $50 and on sale at: http://www.ticketweb.com/t3/sale/SaleEventDetail?eventId=7339605&pl=bl&dispatch=loadSelectionData
MORE ABOUT THE EVENT
LIVE ART was the inspiration for this event. Guest artist Emma Katrine Nylund will be drawing custom attendee portraits against an amazing cityscape on the rooftop, accompanyed by a special exhibition from The Arts of Life’s artists.
MUSIC will include a performance by Van Go Go and tunes by DJ Andrew Rafacz and DJ Joseph Guisti.
FOOD & DRINKS
Each Ticket includes:
- Hors d’oeuvres catered by the Bottom Lounge
- Desserts from Magnolia Bakery
- Beer from Revolution Brewing
- Mount Gay Rum punch from the Bottom Lounge
- Yes – drinks ARE included!
Event Website: http://artsoflife.org/AHTR2017
DIRECTIONS & PARKING
The Bottom Lounge is one and a half blocks east of the Ashland stop on the Green and Pink CTA lines, as well as the Ashland bus. If you’re driving or biking, we recommend checking Google. There is a small, but free lot adjacent to the club. Please keep in mind there are parking restrictions on any street in Chicago and you should always be sure to look for any signs explaining those near your car. We would suggest pre-booking parking nearby with SpotHero or ParkWhiz.
- West Town Chicago Chamber of Commerce
- Revolution Brewing
About The Arts of Life:
The Arts of Life’s mission is to advance the creative arts community by providing artists with intellectual and developmental disabilities a collective space to expand their practice and strengthen their leadership.
Opened in 2000, The Arts of Life was the first program in Chicago to provide employment in the arts for adults with developmental disabilities. The studio serves as both an alternative day program and creative epicenter for its artists. Funded partly by the Department of Human Services, The Arts of Life also greatly depends on fundraising efforts and grants to sustain its program.