Monday, May 14, 2012

The Colorboration Project - Loop 2012

Before any more time passes and everybody including us thinks it was just some wonderful dream, we thought it would be good to start posting some stories about The Colorboration Project - Loop that happened between March 15 and April 25, 2012. 

208 S. Wabash Avenue, Chicago
There are many many stories that we will get around to telling here, but before we do we thought it would be appropriate to give a big Colorboration Project THANK YOU to all those that helped out in so many ways with sponsorships and generosity above and beyond the call of duty.

Thanks too all of you, The Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in New York and the Chicago Consulate. Thanks to the Chicago Loop Alliance for the Pop-Up Art Loop program that is really so vital to the art in the Loop. Tristan Hummel, the Pop-Up Art Loop director was great, thanks for believing in us and for you support throughout the time we were their. The first ever Colorboration Project Folk Fest was a success and would not have been possible with the help of the Old Town School of Folk Music. As always Alpha Bruton and the Phantom Gallery Network was there with necessary back up and support. Thanks to Josh Ginsberg and Chicago Art Leasing for help getting the word out. This project was also sponsored by Fuze, Ashley Brown was always Ms. Johnny on the spot when it came to keeping us and our musicians stocked up with the latest FUZE flavors.

Of course all the musicians, were amazing, as the blog posts go on you will hear about them specifically but you were all amazing. 

It also seriously goes without saying that all this craziness would not have been possible without the tireless support and other unspeakable generosities that were provided by Rick Neuhaus and his darling Sophia. We won't even start to list the many ways and means, but they know, and we know what and how and a bit more. 

So, stay tuned for some stories and some photos from all of the fun.

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