The Randolph Street Gallery Archives digital collection features photographs, event calendars, posters, and other materials documenting the nearly twenty-year history (1979-1998) of an important Chicago cooperative, gallery, and performance space. With a particular interest in the social and political issues of its time and a deep commitment to community engagement, Randolph Street Gallery was a critical venue for new forms of artistic expression and left a lasting impact both locally and globally. This growing digital collection provides a glimpse of the more extensive physical and media archives of the Randolph Street Gallery, which are housed in the Flaxman Library Special Collections.
Flyer for an installation, performance and workshop with Bill Close at Randolph Street Gallery. Bill Close's time at Randolph Street Gallery was part of a larger event "Sounds Good to Me, wh... Read more
Flyer advertising the event "Burletta" at Randolph Street Gallery, September 14, 1991. The open-mike evening consisted of perforances, readings, and music. --[Source: Event calendar -- Septe... Read more
Flyer for a possible performance event organized by Randolph Street Gallery, in which artists would have performed on the back of a moving truck through Chicago. Solicitation was also made in the Sept... Read more