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Person of Interest Person of Interest: Aubrey Howard

Where: Wicker Park

"Emotionally draining as a lot of it was, I never would give any of that up."

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Topics: chicago, cocktail, family, illinois, interview, local, louisiana, she, st. louis, texas, vacation, violet hour

News The Lost Marionettes of Ralph Kipniss

The Underground MultiplexThe Underground Multiplex (TUGM) is an arts advocacy and community outreach group founded in 2010 by Lew Ojeda and Richard Lewis. TUGM is a "transmedia" group, which means they advocate on behalf of all media types. They helped break the story of the possible sale of the Portage Theater, which led to a campaign to help save local independent movie theaters and video stores.

More recently, they mounted a Kickstarter campaign to help recover hundreds of marionettes hand-crafted by Ralph Kipniss, a third-generation Russian puppeteer who ran a marionette theater on Chicago's north side. That campaign didn’t reach its goal. CHIRP's Kwame Shorter spoke with Ojeda and Lewis about the campaign and why it was important to help save the lost marionettes of Ralph Kipniss.

 

Music from The Soldier's Tale by Igor Stravinsky

Additional editing by Dan Epstein

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Topics: arts advocacy, community outreach, interview, kickstarter, local, marionettes, puppetry, puppets, radio, transmedia, vintage arts

News Interview with Artist Cal Schenkel

People want to be recognized on their own terms. But there are times when your success is more closely associated with something or someone else. When it comes to the work of Frank Zappa, it’s hard to think about anyone but Zappa as being responsible because his personality loomed so large. But artist Cal Schenkel isn’t worried about being defined only in terms of his association with Zappa.

“I mean, it has its pros and cons, you know,” says Schenkel. He created the album art for a long list of Zappa records-- Uncle Meat, The Grand Wazoo, Burnt Weeny Sandwich, Hot Rats, to name just a few. “It’s certainly gotten me a lot of recognition and also connections all over the world, really…I think my work speaks for itself, both the work I did then and the work I’m doing now.”

CHIRP’s Dan Epstein talked with Cal Schenkel at Firecat Projects Gallery in Bucktown where Schenkel’s work, both past and present, is on display until August 17th.

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Topics: album, art, artist, avant garde, cal schenkel, comic, frank zappa, interview, new wave, punk, show, visual

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