STǓ | volunteer to feed the artists and crew participating in What Remains.
A fistful of performances, one enormous pot, and a thousand small discussions...
Defibrillator Gallery needs your help in order to provide meals for artists and crew participating in our upcoming project: What Remains: On the Sacred, the Lost, and the Forgotten Relics of Live Art [
]. This international performance art series and visual art exhibition will take place throughout the month of February at Defibrillator's former home - now ARC Gallery - at 1463 W Chicago Ave [
STǓ is a “pop up” soup kitchen to cheaply and easily feed the artists and crew participating in What Remains. Specific dates, times, and locations are inside the form below.
What Remains is struggling financially yet we value and understand the importance of putting food in the bellies of our artists and crew. We're reaching out to our community to help make this happen. If you think you can help, please complete this form and we will get in touch with you. Email questions to Anthony:
YOU - the STǓ maker - are encouraged to ladle your creation into the bowls of those being fed, meeting face-to-face the artists and crew in What Remains. We provide this meal so artists, administrators, and crew can sit together in fellowship to make friends and exchange practical information between laughter and words of wisdom. We need your support to make it possible.
This PDF contains detailed information about STǓ including images and suggested measurements :
What Remains: On the Sacred, the Lost, and the Forgotten Relics of Live Art. [
] will take place throughout the month of February at Defibrillator’s former home on Chicago Avenue – framing the site itself as a relic of ephemeral practices.
What Remains marks the beginning of Defibrillator’s 10th Anniversary year. Retrospective by nature, this project features artists from around the world who responded to an open call to reanimate a collection of objects from performances that took place over the past nine years. This massive endeavor is curated by Netherlands-based instigator and artist, ieke Trinks.
What Remains will take place February 7th to the 28th, 2020, at ARC Gallery [
] located at 1463 W Chicago Avenue in the Noble Square neighborhood of West Town. Regular Gallery hours for the visual art exhibition are Wednesdays through Saturdays from 12 to 6pm and Sundays 12 to 4pm. Performances, discussions, and satellite events are all part of the program. For a detailed schedule and up-to-date information, Please visit
. All events at ARC Gallery are free and open to the public. Satellite events at nearby art spaces may request a small donation at the door.
Defibrillator Performance Art Gallery [
] is a 501c3 organization and international platform for Performance Art known for unique, bold, and courageous programming. Actively contributing to a global dialog surrounding conceptual, ephemeral, or enigmatic modes of expression, DFBRL8R aims to raise awareness, appreciation, and respect for the discipline of Performance Art.
Many people are vegan and/or avoid gluten. Optimally, your dish would be friendly to both. However, there are options
No problem! I can make a vegan gluten-free soup or stew!
I can make a meat/seafood/dairy based main dish and have a vegan/gluten-free version on the side
I can make a meat/seafood/dairy based main dish and defibrillator has to figure out the vegetarian/vegan/gluten-free option
To fill bellies it helps to have a grain...best if it is gluten-free [Quinoa, Buckwheat, Rice, Corn Chips/tortillas, etc.]
I can provide a gluten-free grain!
It would be convenient if defibrillator provides a gluten-free grain. I'll put my preference in 'other' space below...
I'll provide a grain with gluten if defibrillator provides a gluten free option
Of course, it would help a TON if you would be in a position to donate the ingredients. However, we know that isn't always possible. Let us know where you're at...
I'm happy to donate ingredients!
I can put it together for $50.
$75 would make it possible.
For $100 I'll make magic happen!
We have a large aluminum pot. Find details here:
. We love serving out of this pot as part of the concept/theme....but we're wondering if...
You would like to pick up the pot at the gallery the day before your soup is to be made so u can make it in the pot.
You would like defibrillator to deliver the pot to you the day before it is to be made so u can make it in the pot?
You will make the dish in your own cookware and deliver it to the STU location and put it in the STU pot to be served.
You will make the dish in your own cookware and would like defibrillator to arrange a pick-up.
please check at least three [or more!] possible dates. by checking a box it doesn't mean you'll make a STǓ for each day - it is to let us know what dates work best for you so we can try to get every meal assigned. if only one or two dates are possible that's ok, too...
THU 06 @5PM | ARC Gallery | 1463 W Chicago
FRI 07 FEB @3PM | ARC Gallery | 1463 W Chicago
SUN 09 FEB @2PM | ARC Gallery | 1463 W Chicago
FRI 14 FEB @5PM | ARC Gallery | 1463 W Chicago
SAT 15 FEB @3PM | ARC Gallery | 1463 W Chicago
THU 20 FEB @4PM >>> No Nation: 1542 N Milwaukee Ave, Floor 2
FRI 21 FEB @5PM | ARC Gallery | 1463 W Chicago
SAT 22 FEB @3PM | ARC Gallery | 1463 W Chicago
SUN 23 FEB @2PM | ARC Gallery | 1463 W Chicago
TUE 25 FEB @6PM >>> Nightingale: 1084 N Milwaukee Ave
THU 27 FEB @5PM | ARC Gallery | 1463 W Chicago
FRI 28 FEB @3PM | ARC Gallery | 1463 W Chicago
How many STǓ's can u do?!
One is enough, thank you!
I bet I could do this twice in one month...yeah...two times!
I LOVE to cook!! hit me up and I can make three or more STǓ's!
on long workdays we need to feed our crew...if ur interested in a little lighter commitment...or can squeeze in one more small thing...would you be willing to make a Crock-Pot meal on one of the following days to feed around 10 members of our team?
SAT 01 FEB | 4PM - krok
SUN 02 FEB | 2PM - krok
TUE 04 FEB | 5PM - krok
TUE 11 | 5PM - krok
TUE 18 | 5PM - krok
SAT 29 | 3PM - krok
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