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Friday, September 16 2011  |  18 notes
GET UR ART ON: Art on Track Returns to Chicago’s “El” System The World’s Largest Mobile Art Exhibit to Circle the Chicago Loop***ENTER “URChicago” when buying tickets             online and get 50% off AND get in to Beauty Bar for the Depressed Buttons show FOR FREE w/ wristband/ticket*** Art on Track, the world’s largest mobile art exhibit invites passengers on board a CTA train set to circle the Chicago loop for a day-long celebration of fine arts and culture on Saturday, September 17th from 5-10PM. Art enthusiasts and urban adventurers alike can find the entrance to Art on Track at the Adams and Wabash CTA platform (between 200 and 220 S. Wabash). For the fourth time, Art on Track will gather a group of cultural ambassadors from Chicago’s diverse art world for an extraordinary mobile gallery experience. Once aboard the train, passengers in the gallery are encouraged to explore and interact with prominent members of Chicago’s art community. The train will circle the ‘Loop’ track, making stops at Adams/Wabash, Washington/Wells, Quincy/Wells, and Randolph/Wabash. VISIT http://www.builtontrack.com for details!

GET UR ART ON: Art on Track Returns to Chicago’s “El” System
The World’s Largest Mobile Art Exhibit to Circle the Chicago Loop

***ENTER “URChicago” when buying tickets online and get 50% off AND get in to Beauty Bar for the Depressed Buttons show FOR FREE w/ wristband/ticket***

Art on Track, the world’s largest mobile art exhibit invites passengers on board a CTA train set to circle the Chicago loop for a day-long celebration of fine arts and culture on Saturday, September 17th from 5-10PM. Art enthusiasts and urban adventurers alike can find the entrance to Art on Track at the Adams and Wabash CTA platform (between 200 and 220 S. Wabash).

For the fourth time, Art on Track will gather a group of cultural ambassadors from Chicago’s diverse art world for an extraordinary mobile gallery experience. Once aboard the train, passengers in the gallery are encouraged to explore and interact with prominent members of Chicago’s art community. The train will circle the ‘Loop’ track, making stops at Adams/Wabash, Washington/Wells, Quincy/Wells, and Randolph/Wabash.

VISIT http://www.builtontrack.com for details!

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  3. sesamesmeshame reblogged this from windycity and added:
    I WANT TO DO THIS
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  6. stasiasays reblogged this from mkaufy and added:
    ahh this would be so cool! but i have to work tomorrow night so i can’t go /:
  7. mkaufy reblogged this from urchicago and added:
    Can someone catch this with me?
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