Art and Design | This weekend’s late-breaking art events
There are more than 115 Art & Design events happening this weekend. Check our listings for details, and read about a few free or cheap openings and events that didn't make it into print after the jump.
Bridgeport Art Walk Various locations in Bridgeport. Hours vary. FREE. Co-Prosperity Sphere, Jackalope Coffee & Tea House and other galleries, studios and art-friendly venues celebrate the neighborhood's growing artistic scene.
Lincoln Square Art Walk: Block by Block Various locations on Western, Lincoln and Leland Aves. 5–9pm; Sat 20, 10am–7pm; Sun 21, noon–5pm. FREE. This juried showcase highlights local artists.
Artists of Eastbank Open Studios Bridgeport Art Center. 6–10pm; Sat 20, noon–6pm; Sun 21, noon–5pm. FREE. Approximately 55 artists share their work in sculpture, ceramics, glass and other media.
"Matthew Hoffman: We’re All In This Together" The Coop. 6:30pm–midnight. FREE. Hoffman (formerly known as Sighn) calls viewers to action with statements in hand-cut wood and paper.
"At That Very Moment" Heaven. 7–11pm. FREE. Jesse Butcher, Kristina Paabus and Soo Shin show recent works.
Sudden Enough: Every Ancestral Bugle Will Sound Defibrillator. 8pm and Sat 20 at 8pm. $10 suggested donation. This performance piece by Chicago artists Joseph Kramer and Ginger Krebs "explores the activities by which human beings manage, defy, prepare for and avoid moments of decisive action or just being present."
"Home: Public or Private" Artists' Talk 6018NORTH. Noon–1:30pm. FREE. Caroline Picard moderates this discussion among artists including Kirstin Leenaars, Harold Mendez, Carron Little and Rebecca Beachy, who consider the distinction between work made for the so-called space of public appearance versus the studio and gallery.
"Emiliano Cerna-Rios: COLORCHARTNESS" The Storefront. 1–5pm. FREE. Cerna-Rios presents a painting installation.
"Street Images: The City Speaks through its Art." Trinity United Church of Christ. Opens at 2pm. FREE. This exhibition exploring black artists' murals and other public art includes Hebru Brantley, Max Sansing, Kiela Smith-Upton and Carla Carr. Selected artists discuss "Demystifying Public Art" at 2:30 pm.