• upcoming [ PATTERNBASE: A Collection of Contemporary Textile + Surface Design ]

    January 2013

    About the Book:
    PatternBase will showcase a collection of designs from contemporary textile and surface designers internationally and will include interviews from a number of artists working within the textile and fashion industries today.

    Pre-order your copy of PatternBase: A Collection of Contemporary Textile + Surface Design
    http://www.patternbase.bigcartel.com/product/pre-order-patternbase-a-collection-of-contemporary-textile-surface-design

  • upcoming [ Bailliwik: Issue 09 Autumn 12 ]

    My work will be featured in Bailliwik issue 09.
    Visit the site! http://bailliwik.org/

    bailliwik n. an area of activity in which somebody has particular responsibility, or in which he/she has specialized knowledge or ability.

    Bailliwik is an artists' cooperative and a self-published periodical of our work. Our members live throughout the world. Some of us grew up together and some of us have never met. We are artists, designers, musicians, writers, students, volunteers, teachers, and many other things too. Please write to us as post@bailliwik.org with any questions or comments.

  • upcoming [ Traveling Truck Show ]

    http://travelingtruckshow.org/

    In observance of The Chicago Fire in October 1871, The Truck Show will tour in October 2012 in a series of Saturdays.

    WHEN + WHERE

    4pm Sideshows | 5pm Stage-show!
    October 6: Logan Square - look for us on green near the Illinois Centennial Monument
    in the middle of Logan and Kedzie Blvds (right off the Logan Square Blue Line stop)

    4pm Sideshows | 5pm Stage-show!
    October 13: Roscoe/North Center - we’ll be at the North end of the Clark Park Playlots
    3400 N. Rockwell St. (take Addison Bus #152 to Rockwell and walk South on Rockwell)

    6pm Sideshows | 7pm Stage-show!
    October 20: West Town - in the parking lot at 1827 W. Hubbard
    Hubbard St. between Wood and Wolcott (take the Grand Bus #65 to Wood St., walk South on Wood to Hubbard and then West one half block to 1827)

    4pm Sideshows | 5pm Stage-show!
    October 27: Pilsen - The Growing Station Community Garden–you can’t miss us!
    approx. 945 W. 21st, between Morgan and Peoria St. (take Halsted Bus #8 to 21st St., and walk West on 21st a half-block passed Peoria)


    For all shows:
    Sideshows will start an hour before the show - Come get your photo with the Bee-Bearded Lady and participate in Proud Pigeon’s “Coooooky Contest”! See the mysterious Man in a Bag, and practice your ESP with Tim the Mind Bender!
    The Stage-show (lasting approximately 90 minutes) - You won’t want to miss the story inspired by neighborhood historical characters and memories, or the wide-ranging talents of guest performers on the truck-stage!


    The show is open to everyone - All-ages and family friendly!

    FREE ADMISSION! (however, some sideshows may request a donation—Tarot Reading, Caricatures…)

    BYO chair/blanket! - All shows are outdoors, so dress appropriately and bring something to sit on.

  • [ Transition ]

    Korean Cultural Center of Chicago
    9930 South Capitol Drive, Wheeling, IL 60090

    September 5 - 29, 2012
    opening reception: Saturday, September 8, 2012, 5-8pm

    Artists: Hyojin An, Young Cho, Sun H. Choi, Arin Han, Inpyo Hong, Jinyoung joung, Jaehoon Kim, Jae Rye Kim, Ju Sung Kim, Minjoo Kim, Moon Kim, Seung Jae Kim, Sung Ho Kim, Youngjae Lee, Kim Chong Massey, Hey J Min, Grace I. Park, Wonbin Yang, and Jiwon Yoon.

  • [ Interaction ]

    June 2nd - July 5th, 2012

    Korean Cultural Center of Chicago
    9930 S. Capitol Dr. Wheeling, IL 60090

    Gabriel Akagawa / Angela Bryant/ Young Cho/ Edmund Chia / Sun H. Choi / Inpyo Hong /Michiko Itatani / Indira F. Johnson / Karl Johnson / Ju Sung Kim / Moon Kim / Sung Ho Kim / Cheng-Yung Kuo / Larry Lee / Kye Young Lee / David A.Parker / Grace I. Park / Mark Palmeri / Darrell Roberts / Davida Schulman / Soo Shin / Anna Koh Varilla / Jeffrey Varilla / Jiwon Yoon / Seong Mo You

  • [ Chicago's Second Butter Elbow Animation Festival ]

    Southside Hub of Production,

    5638 S. Woodlawn Ave.
    Chicago, IL 60637

    The 2nd Annual Butter Elbow Animation Festival at the Southside Hub of Producton will run from 2:00 to 7:00 pm followed by an after party until 9:00 pm. There will be three programs with filmmakers’ work from our very own Chicago to artists and filmmakers from Australia, Italy, Taiwan, Canada, Korea, Mexico, United Arab Emirates, China, and Iran!


    The complete program schedule will be released soon. Please check StubbornStone.com and Southsidehub.org for more information.

    A brief program schedule is:
    Program 1 : 2:00 – 3:00 pm
    Program 2: 3:30 – 4:30 pm
    (intermission: snack and explore time in Hyde Park)
    Program 3: 6:00 – 7:00 pm
    followed by an after party for filmmakers and audience!

    Admission is Free.

  • [ FORM: Art + Floral ]

    Thursday April 26, 2012. 6-9PM

    Loft on Lake. 366 West Lake Street, Chicago, IL 60607


    Artists: Robert Burnier, Tom Burtonwood, Angela Bryant, Young Cho, Maurene Cooper, Robin Dluzen, Loreen Hospodar, Sam Jaffe, Mike Nudelman, and Morgan Sims

  • [ B.A.D. by Molar Productions ]

    Curated by Larry Lee

    January 6th, 2012 - February 12th, 2012
    opening reception on Saturday, January 28th from 6-9pm

    Beverly Art Center, 2407 W 111th, Chicago, 60655

  • [ Fictional Landscapes ]

    Amy Honchell and Young Cho curated by Angela Bryant

    Exhibition Dates: September 21 – October 26, 2011
    Opening Reception: Wednesday, September 21st 4pm - 7pm
    Artist Lecture: Wednesday, September 21st 3pm

    O'Connor Art Gallery, Dominican University
    7900 West Division Street (Lewis Hall 4th Floor)
    River Forest, Illinois

  • [ Lillstreet Art Center Artist in Residence_Textiles Department ]

    2011-2012

  • [ DELICIOUS MISTAKE ]

    June 2, 2011 - June 30, 2011
    Opening Reception June 2, 2011 from 6-8pm

    Intrigue Chocolate Co.
    76 S. Washington #M104, Seattle, WA 98104
    Business hours M-F 12-6

    Happy accidents, bittersweet romances, material absurdity and dreams gone hilarious. Chocolate truffles were invented by accident. The chef's original intent was to make pastry cream, but instead he invented ganache, a new creation that led to the invention of the delightful and unique chocolate truffle, like the ones made at Intrigue Chocolate Co. These artists explore the idea of ending up far from where they started but with delicious results. Curated by Syniva Whitney www.syniva.com

    Art work is on view for the entire month of June during regular business hours.

    A part of the First Thursday Art Walk in Pioneer Square

    featuring work by:

    MADELEINE BAILEY
    YOUNG CHO
    ALISON RHOADES
    SHEY O. RUUD
    SAYWARD SCHOONMAKER
    SYNIVA WHITNEY

  • [ NEW FIBER ]

    Curated by Yuri Stone.

    MONUMENT 2
    May 27 – May 29, 2011
    Opening Reception: Friday, March 27, 2011, 7-10pm

    (301) 455-3722 for appointments

    Textiles are engrained in society as both practical and decorative objects functioning as representations of culture and time period. The four artists featured in New Fiber recognize the significance of their medium and use it as a means to explore narrative, cultural commentary, and contemporary aesthetics. Featuring Young Cho, Erika Hanson, Bailey Sailsbury, and Micah Schippa.

  • [ 19th Annual Juried Contemporary Art Exhibition_ KCCLA ]

    The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles, in its endeavor to promote the exchange of diverse cultures and heritages through art events, hosts an annual national art competition each year.
    This exhibition screening of contemporary art is open to all artists residing in the United States.

    The artists were selected by Christine Y. Kim, Associate Curator of Contemporary Art at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, LACMA; and David Pagel, Associate Professor of Art Theory and History at the Claremont Graduate University and Art Critic for the Los Angeles Times; and Douglas Fogle, Deputy Director, Exhibitions and Public Programs &Chief Curator of Hammer Museum. We choose the 11 Artists for this year.

    Exhibition : May 6 -26, 2011
    Opening Reception: Friday, May 6th, 2011 at 7-9p.m.
    Gallery Open Hours; Mon-Fri 10-5p.m. / Sat. 10-1p.m.
    Sun. Closed