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Union Street Gallery Poetry!

October 8, 2009

Come for the Art . . . Stay for the Poetry!

This Friday, October 9th, as part of Union Street Gallery Poetry reading series, there will be open mic from 6:30-7:30 pm.

The featured poet, Luis Valadez, will be reading at 7:30 pm.

Luis Valadez was born and raised in Chicago Heights, poet/musician/performer Luis Humberto Valadez is the author of a poetry collection, What I’m On. A graduate of Columbia College Chicago, Valadez holds an M.F.A. from the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics at Naropa University.

The reading will take place at
Union Street Gallery
1527 Otto Boulevard, Chicago Heights, IL
“Assume Nothing” – National Juried Art Exhibition / Closing Night

Cost is free (although contribututions are welcome)

Union Street Gallery & Studios is a not-for-profit arts community, open to all artists: emerging, mid-career, and established. The mission of Union Street Gallery is to encourage and nurture artists and be a resource for art appreciation and education to the communities that make up Chicago’s Southland. 

Directions:

Directions from the North: Take I-94 south to Halsted Street south, to Route 30 west; take Otto Boulevard (the first exit with south access from Route 30) south 1.5 blocks to 1527 Otto Boulevard. Or: Take I-57 south to Route 30 east, past Chicago Road/Route 1 one block to Otto Boulevard south, 1.5 blocks to 1527 Otto Boulevard. Or: Take 294 South to Halsted Street south, to Route 30 west, take Otto Boulevard (the first exit with south access from Route 30) south 1.5 blocks to 1527 Otto Boulevard.

Directions from the South: Take I-57 north to Route 30 east, past Chicago Road/Route 1 one block to Otto Boulevard south, 1.5 blocks to 1527 Otto Boulevard.

Directions from the East: Take I-94 west to Halsted Street south, to Route 30 west, take Otto Boulevard (the first street with south access from Route 30) south 1.5 blocks to 1527 Otto Boulevard.

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