October 17, 2016

Arts This Week

Maroon Staff / The Chicago Maroon

[10/18] Tuesday

7:30 p.m. Enjoy food and drink alongside good music as Third Tuesday Jazz Series presents saxophonist and clarinetist Eric Schneider and pianist Jeremy Kahn. Café Logan. Free.

7–9 p.m. Join the Arts Incubator as they screen DeWitt Beall’s Lord Thing (1971) as part of their Moving Images, Making Cities Film Series. Arts Incubator in Washington Park. Free.


[10/19] Wednesday


7 p.m.–midnight Dance your midterm woes away at the Promontory’s monthly 3rd Wednesday Salsa as they celebrate their second year anniversary. Ballroom Latin Dance Association will lead a free dance lesson from 8–9 p.m., followed by open dancing. The Promontory. Free.


[10/21] Friday


7:30 p.m. Freddy Cole and René Marie take to the stage to perform jazz classics in the tradition of Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong or Ray Charles and Betty Carter. Logan Center Performance Hall. $5 with UCID, $28 faculty and staff, $35 General.


[10/22] Saturday


Noon–5 p.m. Join The Arts Club of Chicago at its Centennial Open House as Grammy- and Pulitzer-winning artists discuss and perform their work. The Club’s permanent collection and special loans will be open for public view. The Arts Club of Chicago. Free.

8 p.m. Enjoy a good laugh as the Newberry Consort invites Steve Player to perform a number of Elizabethan jigs as Will Kemp, the clown featured in many Shakespearean plays. Logan Center, Performance Hall. $5 with UCID, $35–45 general.