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Residents Open House w/ Future Islands FREE SHOW!
Sat Feb 26, 7-9pm open studios and receptions, 9pm show. FREE. Chili dinner sold sep.

In one of our favorite nights of the year, we celebrate the incredible, hand-picked artists who live and work at The Patterson with a building-wide FREE house party! The studios are open upstairs, plus a group exhibit by Residents and friends, and Marty Weishaar’s amazing installation with Serena Perrone comes to a close downstairs.

Wrapping it up, local electro-pop stars Future
Islands (signed to Chicago’s Thrill Jockey Records; cohorts of the Wham City scene) play a rare free show! First set is acoustic in the gallery; second set is electric in the theater.

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