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Tonight! Illiterate Film Night: Artist Series - An Even With The Group Show Artists

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Tonight! Illiterate Film Night: Artist Series - An Even With The Group Show Artists

You've seen their artwork, now learn where it comes from! Starting tonight, each month the exhibiting artist(s) at Illiterate will take over one our Thursday Film Nights to present and discuss movies, segments and shorts in relation to their own work. Grab some popcorn, take a seat and take a look beyond the wall into the influences behind the art. Tonight at 8PM we start off the Film Night: Artist Series with Illiterate's four studio artists, Sander Lindeke, Katherine Rutter, David Coccagna and Andrew Hoffman who are currently exhibiting as part of the Group Show (Closing on Friday!). Oh and in case you're wondering, admission is FREE!  ...Read more

Illiterate Group Show

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Illiterate Group Show

On Friday, May 7 The Illiterate Group Show opens, an exhibition without bounds, featuring new works by Illiterate's four studio artists: David Coccagna, Andrew Hoffman, Sander Lindeke and Katherine Rutter.Working alongside one another at Illiterate, each created individually cohesive series to collectively form an exhibition emancipated from premise. four studio artists who have created individually cohesive bodies of work alongside one another to form an exhibition void of uniformity and emancipated from premise. However displayed together these four separate bodies of work enter into surprising conversations, creating a dialog of unexpected connections. Pieces range from figurati...Read more

Better Late Than Never: Where The Wild Things Are:

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A friend of mine who directs films once told me, "no matter what you do on a shoot, feed your workers".  I didn't know exactly what was so important about providing snacks to actors until I found myself filming with a five year old for this Where The Wild Things Art . We kept Max happy and pliable with a constant supply of his favorite food: pushpops.  If you're wondering who the Illiterate Max. His name is Armani and   the little boy that plays Max. If you're wandering who the little boy is, his name is Armani, the son of artist and illiterate's drywall expert, Stephen Alerid. He hung out with us on a late November Sunday chasing and being chased by me, Joe and Sander, as the...Read more

Where is Illiterate: Space Update

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Where is Illiterate: Space Update

It's approaching the 24 hour mark before Illiterate's grand unveiling: Where The Wild Things Art. As promised, we've been working away the days like a pack of meth addicted chimps getting the place ready for the HQ's big debut tomorrow — after a series of consecutive gallery "sleepovers" I think our crew supervisor, Sander Lindeke, may actually prefer a plywood box to a real bed. In the last two weeks, we called in the reinforcements for the final stretch and as of today, the sign is up, the place is painted and the walls are flat. just right to house some incredible art!   Sander Lindeke and Illiterate artist in residence, Rachel Paton, taking a minute to contemplate all the ...Read more



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