The Urban Institute for Contemporary Art (UICA) is switching things up this year with the first annual Off the Wall fundraiser. For 20 years, the UICA hosted Live Coverage—an event that invited artists to create in a live setting while spectators mused, hoping to win auctioned art.
The “Color of the Year”, presented by PANTONE and X-Rite, is an exhibition at the Urban Institute for Contemporary Art (UICA) that revels in the regality and decadence of PANTONE 18-3838 Ultra Violet, the PANTONE Color of the Year 2018.
With so many fun activities to choose from this weekend, we don’t know if you’ll find much time to sleep. From egg hunts to art shows to downward dog, you’ll surely find an activity that’s up your alley. And for you those of you nostalgic for the ’80s, you can dance to your favorites at multiple venues this weekend.
Enjoy a hands-on activity this weekend or sit back and let others entertain you. Either way, our arts & culture hubs have something to entice everyone.
With films spanning the globe, the free Chiaroscuro International Film Series kicks off its 12th season on Sunday.
For 29 years, the annual UICA Holiday Artists Market has been helping shoppers find the perfect holiday gifts for everyone on their Christmas list.
Boredom led two buddies from small town Wisconsin to scour thrift stores for entertainment, and ultimately led the pair to develop the Found Footage Festival.
Now that the ArtPrize crowds have gone and the dust has settled, the UICA opens its doors for the “Coming Home” exhibition, a show that features artists who have been touched by the mitten—be it habitation, education or otherwise.
This weekend over 30 films will play at the Urban Institute of Contemporary Arts that are focused on “elevating voices and showcasing talent from historically underrepresented groups in mainstream media.”
The Urban Institute for Contemporary Art’s (UICA) annual OddBall event takes place next weekend. Now in its seventh year, OddBall has developed a reputation for being one of the most unique events of the year, with attendees often dressing in creative outfits in line with each year’s “oddball” theme.