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||'FACES: Out and Proud' debuting March 1
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The Center on Halsted is presenting "FACES: Out & Proud," an exhibition of the fine art photographs by Chicagoan Chuck Kramer.
The show will open Friday, March 1, and run through Wed., April 10, in the third-floor gallery at the Center on Halsted, 3656 N. Halsted St. The March 1 opening reception will be 6-8 p.m. It is open to the public, and there is a cash bar and a $5 suggested donation. ( All proceeds go to the Center on Halsted. )
"FACES: Out & Proud" is a collection composed of 22 portraitsshot on the gothat capture Chicago's LGBTQ community in day-to-day life.
Artists Frame Services, Calo Restaurant, True Muse Inc and Windy City Times, in part, are sponsoring the exhibition.
Kramer's work is available online at ChuckKramerPhotography.smugmug.com .
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