Typeface benefit a huge success

Last Friday, over 150 graphic design and film enthusiasts gathered in the gallery at The Center for Book and Paper Arts in Chicago to raise production funds for Kartemquin's work-in-progress. Guests enjoyed live blue-grass music, desserts from MJ Catering, wine from Toad Hollow Vineyards and a silent auction featuring nearly 60 works from artists across the country. A seven-minute trailer for the documentary screened, and over $8,000 was raised to support the film. Thanks to all of our supporters and sponsors, including those listed above as well as Steracle Press and Hall's Rental. Continued

Save Tuesday night for Kartemquin and the IHC

Join Kartemquin Films, the American Medical Association, the DuSable Museum and the Illinois Humanities Council for an evening of exploration entitled, "What is Fair? Genetics and Public Policy." Director Maria Finitzo will join a panel of esteemed Bio-ethics and Policy professionals for a frank discussion featuring excerpts from Kartemquin's Terra Incognita. Tuesday, September 25th DuSable Museum of African American History Illinois Black Legislators Auditorium 740 E. 56th Place, use 57th St. Entrance 5:00-6:00pm Exhibition viewing 6:00-8:00pm "What is Fair?" event Continued

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