Cheryl Pope Performs in Chicago

Tomorrow, October 11th, interdisciplinary artist Cheryl Pope will stage a performance at Gallery 400 (Chicago, IL), a not-for-profit arts exhibition space within the College of Architecture, Design, and the Arts at the University of Illinois at Chicago.

In conjunction with Universal Declaration of Infantile Anxiety Situations Reflected in the Creative Impulse, Gallery 400 presents “A Feminist Perspective on Gun Violence in Chicago: Screening and Performance.” The event includes two film screenings, Lonnie Edwards’ Parietal Guidance and Michael Paulucci’s Shirley’s Kids, followed by INGRAVESCO, a performance by RJ EL and Cheryl Pope in collaboration with young Chicago poets.

4:00-4:30 – Screenings
4:40-5:30 – Performance

Gallery 400 has presented more than 1,000 artists in its exhibitions and programs since its founding in 1983. In so doing, they strive to make complex works and ideas accessible to a broad spectrum of the public, advance and cultivate a variety of cultural and intellectual perspectives, and foster an interdisciplinary understanding of the visual arts.
For more information about Cheryl Pope, or her available work, please email

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