Tag Archives: God’s Punk

Live Performance: God’s Punk

Join us for a live performance of God’s Punk, the new media opera by Max King Cap. The exhibition and performance present an alluring narrative that questions conditions of our shared humanity while testing the limits of our compassion and complacency towards injustice. Performances run approximately 70 minutes. Please call (773)324-5520 to reserve your seat. Free with […]

Live Performance: God’s Punk

Join us for a live performance of God’s Punk, the new media opera by Max King Cap. The exhibition and performance present an alluring narrative that questions conditions of our shared humanity while testing the limits of our compassion and complacency towards injustice. Performances run approximately 70 minutes. Please call (773)324-5520 to reserve your seat. Free […]

TalkingPoint: Max King Cap

*This is a NEW date!* Artist Max King Cap’s new show God’s Punk opens at the Hyde Park Art Center in February, and you can chat with him at our next TalkingPoint! Come down for another open discussion and hear what Max has to say about his work. Food and drink, as always, will be served. 4833 Conference Room Monday, February […]

The Ultimate Art-Opera Super Bowl Party

Where else but the Hyde Park Art Center would you find art, opera, and the Super Bowl all at the same time? Come experience the live premiere of Max King Cap’s new media opera, God’s Punk, explore four recently-opened exhibitions, and cheer on our Bears in the Super Bowl! God’s Punk kicks off at 5pm in Gallery 1, […]

Exhibition Opening and Live Performance: God’s Punk

A new media opera by Max King Cap, God’s Punk questions the conditions of our shared humanity and the limits of compassion. A reception for this exhibition and four others will take place from 3 – 5 pm. Max King Cap will perform God’s Punk at 5 pm.

Public Reception: 5 Exhibitions

Join us for an artists’ reception for 5 recently opened exhibitions: Max King Cap’s God’s Punk, Darrell Roberts’s Luscious, Lorraine Peltz’s Cosmic Hostess, Dale Washington’s Sunrise, and Angela Lee’s Marking the Body. Free and open to the public. The reception will be followed by a performance of God’s Punk with artist Max King Cap. Sunday, February 4 3 – 5 pm