Anatomically Correct & Northlight Theatre present:

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St. Mary of the Angels Photographic Color Print Mark Dobrzycki

 

Artwork by

Mark Dobrzycki

Susan McMillen

Jim Newberry

Charlotte Segal

Dan Thomsen

Ray Vlcek

 

On exhibition at:

Northlight Theatre

North Shore Center for Performing Arts

9501 Skokie Blvd., Skokie, IL 60076

 

 Artist's Reception: Wednesday, April 12, 2000 (7 - 8:00 p.m.)

ARTWORK IS ON DISPLAY NOW THROUGH MAY 7, 2000.

 

There is no charge for viewing of the artwork. Regular viewing hours are one hour prior to theatre performances.

For more information contact the gallery at .

This art exhibition is in complement to Northlight’s production of God's Man in Texas by David Rambo.

 

BIOGRAPHIES 

Mark D's Photo of St. Mary of the Angels, 1850 N. Hermitage.jpg (62424 bytes)MARK DOBRZYCKI was born in Chicago and is a graduate of Northwestern University in Evanston, has completed his masters at Loyola University Chicago and has completed course work at Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland and at the John Paul II Foundation in Rome. Mark has interned and worked for the Associated Press as an editor, and reported for the Chicago Sun-Times.

He has traveled throughout Europe, including Norway, Ireland, Italy, Austria, Germany, Denmark, England, Czech Republic, Poland and Holland. After an extensive trip through Israel with David Roth of the AJC, a collection of his photos were published. Mark's photos have appeared on the front pages of the New York Times and the San Francisco Examiner, in addition to Vanity Fair, Time, Chicago Sun-Times and Chicago Tribune, International Herald Tribune, USA Today, Stockholm's Expressen dailiy newspaper, the German news weekly Die Woche, Ebony, Parent, YM, Golf Shop Operations, Newsday, Cincinnati Inquirer, Denver Post, Dziennik Zwiazkowy, Zgoda, Narod Polski, Relax Magazine, and the AJC News.

Mark's photograph of Mother Teresa has been chosen to become part of the permanent George Eastman House Kodak Collection in Rochester, New York and was shown at the Imagesmith Show there. More of Mark's photographs are on display on the Illinois Humanities Council website at: www.prairie.org/kiosk/page1.html

 

[PHOTO COMING SOON] SUSAN MCMILLEN was born in Ashland, Kentucky and raised in Ft. Wayne, Indiana where she lived until 1990, when she moved to Chicago. She obtained her degree in General Studies from Indiana University, attended the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and is currently studying photography at Columbia College. In visiting China, Africa, Central and South America, India and the Mid East over the past six years, she has developed an immense appreciation of art from remote and third world countries as well as western art.

Street photography and her commitment to social change have become her lifelong passions. Susan has served on various boards and committees for such organizations as the Community Harvest Food Bank, the Alliance Board for the McMillen Center for Health Education, YMCA Camp and the Ft. Wayne Women’s Bureau. Her photos have been shown by through Anatomically Correct at the Bailiwick Arts Center, in addition to Gallery 1633 and the Three Arts Club. She looks forward to her next "sojourn".

 

[PHOTO COMING SOON]   JIM NEWBERRY was born in Evanston, Illinois and received his B.F.A in photography from Columbia College. He has worked and lived in Chicago as a freelance photographer for over ten years.

His client list includes American Recordings; American Theatre; Atlantic Records; the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee; Drag City; Flydaddy Records; The Guardian, H-Gun Labs; Holt, Rinehart and Winston; Jive Records; Magnet, Matador Records; Metropolis, Option, Pantheon Books; Spin; The Times; Touch & Go Records; U.S. Steel; and Zero Hour Records.

Jim is also a regular contributing photographer to the Chicago Reader. His photos were recently exhibit through Anatomically Correct at Bailiwick Arts Center.

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CHARLOTTE SEGAL received a B.A. from Barat College in Lake Forest, Illinois and has also attended the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Currently, Charlotte is a design and color theory instructor at the International Academy of Design in Chicago.  She has also taught drawing and mixed media courses at the Bernard Horwich Center and painting at the Northbrook Park District and New Trier High School. Charlotte's extensive exhibition history goes back as far as 1977, with over 100 exhibitions of her work.  To list only a few, her work has been exhibited at the ARC Gallery, the Museum of Science & Industry, the Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, Arizona, and at the Atelier International Gallery in New York City.

Santa Maria           Digital Print         12" x 18"           Charlotte Segal

 

DAN THOMSEN is a self-taught artist & poet who lives in the Wicker Park neighborhood of Chicago. He works at Bailiwick Repertory in the area of Group and Subscriber Services; and works with the Chicago-based band Hi-Fi and the Roadburners.

 

RAY VLCEK believes that through painting, he is able to explore his sub-conscious self, discovering parts of himself that his conscious will not allow him to express. Ray received his B.F.A. in drawing from Northern Illinois University and has exhibited in many galleries throughout Chicago, in addition to three exhibitions in Germany.

Ray has worked steadily as a scenic carpenter at Steppenwolf Theatre for the past two years. Ray is also the Technical Director at Chicago’s About Face Theatre, and continues to work with many other theatre companies on a freelance basis.

 

Anatomically Correct is an Illinois non-profit corporation dedicated to showcasing work by artists in public spaces in a combined effort to educate, diversify, and promote community awareness of the visual and performing arts. Artwork is available for purchase by contacting:

 

Email: info@anatomicallycorrect.org

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