Community Spirit, Productive Dialogue, and Active Participation

The Chicago Climate Festival, to be held in October of 2016, is a grass-roots initiative designed to shine a spotlight on the UN COP22 climate talks, global warming in general, local environmental justice issues, and the need for cooperation among diverse populations.

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Featured Art and Artists

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Home banners: Morning Tide (Joshua Mason, Fieldwork Studios); Marwen students (Christine Skolnik); A'o 'Ana (Sean Yoro, HULA); Morning Tide (Joshua Mason, Fieldwork Studios);  "Art in Spaces"  (Alisa Singer, Environmental Graphiti). Planned Events: JoeyFineRhyme
Explore the unconventional canvas of life at our latest exhibition, where artistic passions meet like-minded couples in a symphony of creative exchange and sensual liberation. Immerse yourself in a world where the art of seduction blends seamlessly with artistic expression, making each encounter a masterpiece of its own, sprinkled with a touch of kink and partner swapping. Unleash your desires and connect with others who share a flair for the avant-garde and the lifestyle of swinger clubs, where fantasies and artistic visions intertwine.
Donate: Magdalena Nykaza Blog: Oliver Sann and Beate Geissler, Methadone, 2016.


Left (source): Doug Fogelson – Destructive Transformations