Our House: 19th Annual Benefit

Saturday, May 4th, 2019 from 7 PM – 12 AM

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Heaven Gallery celebrates 19 years at 1550 N Milwaukee Avenue by anointing this building as Our House for All People. In this monumental moment, we declare our building a model for equitable community development that thrives on a solidarity economy which prioritizes the arts, its people, and the planet. In the face of displacement, we choose to stay put...

Margins, Material and Metaphor Artist Talk

Sunday April 28th – 1 PM

Join artists Surabhi Ghosh and Olivia Valentine as they discuss their artistic practice and walk through their two person show, "Margins, Material and Metaphor"

Coffee by Starbucks and pastries by Artemios Bakery!

Surabhi Ghosh resituates the marginalized narratives and visual phenomena that inhabit everyday spaces to the center. Combining the spectacular with the mundane, she transforms...

slow low flow

Saturday, April 13th, 2019 from 12 – 1 PM

some days yoga feels like sunshine; other days we learn how a pose can benefits us after practice, off the mat, over the years. whether a sequence moves gently or the flow engages strength, i always ask that you take care with attention to your breath - i believe you know your body best. i invite you, cue by cue, to listen, honor and explore. (200hr teacher training, 2010,...

Jon Collin + Rob Noyes Acoustic Concert

Friday, March 29th 2019
Doors: 8 PM; Show: 8:30 PM
$10 Suggested Donation

Jon Collin (Stockholm, Sweden)

"Collin is a wonderful [guitar] player, incorporating the distention of Loren Connors alongside the blues figures of Jack Rose and the lyrical melodicism of Robbie Basho. He can also throw in blurts that are pure Derek Bailey to throw the punters off, but that's his business. This new album (which will be followed...

Hold Sway Artist Walkthrough

Join us for a walkthrough with Ellen Hanson and Aimée Beaubien as they talk about their practice and their work featured in our current exhibition Hold Sway.

Hold Sway brings together two artists working with overlapping perspectives in paint and photography. Ellen Hanson’s paintings reveal partial views on free-standing intersecting canvases. Inspired by paintings on folding screens, these works emphasize the illusion...