Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Elephant Room Celebrates 5 Years in the Sloop and Looks to Expand Via IndieGoGo Campaign

Elephant Room, which is a small art gallery at 704 S. Wabash, always seems to have some interesting stuff inside.

It's a nice unique business to have in the neighborhood and they're trying to expand:
Dear Friends, 
We are excited to announce our plans for growth and expansion over the next year, but we need your help to make it happen! We have been operating out of a small gallery storefront in the South Loop for the past 5 years and we are excited about our new opportunities to exhibit in other spaces with dear friends and colleagues. The idea that we can exhibit artists and network all over the city is very exciting and will allow us to continue our mission to bring under-represented artists into the forefront in a more exciting, unique and mobile fashion. 
We have partnered with Fractured Atlas in order to raise the funds necessary to reach these goals and those of our artists through our current IndieGoGo Campaign. Please take a moment to view our video and detailed information here. Check out the perks we're offering as well! 
Thank you for taking the time to check out the campaign and for your support over the last 5 years. Let's keep this going for 5 more! 
Kimberly L. Atwood
co-owner/director of Elephant Room, Inc.

But don't worry...Kimberly confirmed the current space on South Wabash will continue to be the home base.

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