Fall Smash - 2018
Please join us on Saturday, September 22nd at the Glasner Studio for an enchanting evening to celebrate the many fantastic achievements of our community.
This year, guests have the option of reserving individual tickets or sponsorship packages for groups of attendees. We are excited to be providing an amazing spread thanks to our sponsor, J&L Catering; a fabulous selection of wines from Gérard Bertrand winery; and an assortment of in-kind foods and drinks through the generous sponsorship by Half Acre Beer Company, Dark Matter Coffee, and The Dogma Group.
We're very excited to announce our musical performers for the evening, the talented LeRoy Bach Trio, with Dan Bitney and Ben Lamar Gay. Bach is a Chicago-based musician, composer, and artist. He's been a member of Theaster Gates' Black Monks of Mississippi and Wilco. Bitney Is a multi-instrumentalist composer based in Chicago. Bitney is best known as an experimental musician, working with avant-garde electronic, rock and improvisational groups most notably Tortoise, Isotope 217 and Spectralina. Gay is a composer, cornetist, vocalist, and producer who has collaborated with a number of vital figures in the world of music, and was our first artist-in-residence at the Glasner Studio.
Thanks to our fantastic sponsors, The Fall Smash 2018 promises to be yet another memorable event with live music, delicious food and drinks, a silent auction, and, of course, the company of great friends!
We still have opportunities for sponsorships and in-kind donations. Please email email@example.com to get in touch with us to learn more!
The Great Chicago Fire Murals at The Standard Club
Thank you for joining us on Thursday, March 29th for a rare opportunity to see The Great Chicago Fire, an exquisite example of Edgar Miller’s large scale mural work!
Thanks also to the generous hospitality, wine, drinks and food of The Standard Club, where Edgar Miller Legacy has been welcomed back for the second year. Its private lounge, a mid-century modern bar features four incredibly detailed, twelve-foot wide Miller murals depicting the Chicago Fire, beautifully hand carved in black linoleum.
Our honored guest, the City of Chicago's Cultural Historian, Tim Samuelson, gave a wonderful talk sharing with us all the story of Miller's work, the history of the Club, and the Great Chicago Fire.