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SquareOne Cliché Collectiv X Savage Babes

  • Logan Squares X Cliché Loft 3530 West Armitage Avenue Chicago, IL, 60647 United States (map)
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Welcome to the second collaborative community event with your favorite Chicago based creative collectives - Cliché Collectiv & Savage Babes!

This year we are bringing volunteer opportunities directly to you via our volunteer stations. 

Help Planned Parenthood of IL create safe sex kits for citywide distribution!

Work with Chicago Period Project to build period kits for menstruating folks experiencing homelessness!

Join us for an open mic - co-hosted by Tribble of Ppower Radio & L11 of Smart Mouf

 

SIGN UP TO PERFORM HERE!

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Come shop with us  - featuring numerous womxn identifying creatives, artists, and artisans! 

Featured Artists & Artisans

She's Artsy
Tech Cemetery
The Pawlife
Kingston James & Company
Lamda Mahya Art Illustrations
Ellyn Leahy
Victoria Pelarenos
Nana Mendez
Ollie Phone Home

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SquareOne
When: Saturday, April 28th, 2018
Where: Logan Squares x Cliché Loft
3530 W Armitage Ave CH, IL 60647
Time: 12pm - 7pm
Suggested $5 Donation*

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About Cliché Collectiv

Cliché Collectiv is an exclusively inclusive collective created to support, uplift and acknowledge womxn through art and activation. 

We throw events and experiences that showcase our beliefs — including our empowering parties, Pussy Control and GRLS, various citywide collaborations like The Meet Up and our monthly panel series, ChitChat.

JOIN OUR Cliché Collectiv Creatives PAGE!

About Savage Babes

Savage Babes is an artistic events collective envisioned by artist and makers, Nana Mendez and Zitlali Yunuhem, stemming from a discussion over feelings of alienation in certain showcasing spaces. Using their entrepreneurial and event organizing skills, they knew they could could create carefully curated spaces that would be inviting, interactive and lucrative for fellow creatives.

Savage Babes' goal is to uplift femme identifying creative entrepreneurs, create communal spaces of cultural appreciation and inclusivity. (Culture defined by, "the arts and manifestations of the collective intellectual property of 'your people,'"  whoever they may be.)  Their focus prioritizes the sustainability of the work, through honest conversations, about the monetization of creative labor.

*In our attempt to be inclusive to all, we make our events suggested donations - allowing folks from all economic backgrounds to attend.  You do not have to pay, but your donation does help fund our programming as well as go toward our featured community organization.

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