CCO Residents

Chicago photographer, Michelle Britton, will be showing images of CCO residents at Alibi Art Gallery on August 29.

Chicago photographer, Michelle Britton, will be showing images of CCO residents at Alibi Art Gallery on August 29.

Chicago photographer and CCO intern, Michelle Britton, will be displaying featured images of CCO residents on August 29th at 6pm at Alibi Art Gallery in Chicago. Join us for Five Photographers: Five Visions of Social Justice!

Fred Burkhart, Photo Artist

One the images by Fred Burkhart that will be up for silent auction on August 29 at Alibi Art Gallery.

One the images by Fred Burkhart that will be up for silent auction on August 29 at Alibi Art Gallery.

Chicago photo-documentary artist, Fred Burkhart, has contributed two photographs and a drawing for the silent auction at Alibi Art Gallery on Thursday, August 29 from 6 – 9pm. The $10 cover charge and all proceeds from the silent auction go to CCO. Join us for this one-night only special event!

Jim Newberry, Photographer

Five Photographers : Five Visions of Social Justice

August 29, 2013 6:00pm One night only!

Alibi Fine Art Gallery

1966 W Montrose Ave, Chicago, IL 60613

(773) 454-1512

Silent Auction: Sandro, Fred Burkhart, Jim Newberry, David Gremp and Michelle Britton

$10 cover at the door will go directly to Cornerstone Community Outreach (CCO).

Please note: This is an over 21 event. Thank you!

 Jim Newberry (see images above) has been shooting pictures in Chicago since the early 80s, influenced by his father, who founded the photography department at Columbia College Chicago. In the 70s, his father occasionally brought him along on his trips to photograph the Maxwell Street market. Both donated photographs were shot for the Reader in 1988 and 1991.

You Are Invited!

David Gremp Uptown

Five Photographers : Five Visions of Social Justice

August 29, 2013 6:00pm One night only!

Alibi Fine Art Gallery

1966 W Montrose Ave, Chicago, IL 60613

(773) 454-1512

Silent Auction: Sandro, Fred Burkhart, Jim Newberry, David Gremp and Michelle Britton

$10 cover at the door will go directly to Cornerstone Community Outreach (CCO).

David Gremp’s contribution (seen above) is taken from his Chicago 78/79 series created during a 12-month artist-in-residency with the Chicago Council on Fine Arts, a program that existed from 1977 to 1981. This program was federally funded by the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act which allowed the city to hire artists of varying disciplines, including musicians, painters, sculptors, writers, poets, playwrights, actors, filmmakers and photographers to enrich the city.