Chicago Human Rhythm Project to Host 1st Annual ARC Event, 12/11
The American Rhythm Center (ARC), a program of the Chicago Human Rhythm Project, hosts its 1st Annual ARC ANGEL Event, a fundraiser featuring performances, refreshments and more, Friday, December 11, 5:30-9:30 p.m. in the Studebaker Theater on the first floor of the historic Fine Arts Building, 410 S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago. Performers include Chicago Human Rhythm Project's ensemble BAM!, CHRP Founder and Artistic Director Lane Alexander's Tap 2, Bollywood Groove, Tre Daniels, Gang of Toes, The Happiness Club, Hi-Def Dance Crew, Hip Hop ConnXion, M.A.D.D. Rhythms West - The BBF Crew, Natya Dance Theatre, 333 and more. There also will be a Tap JAM, a raffle and an Ugly Holiday Sweater Contest. Proceeds from the ARC ANGEL Event benefit the American Rhythm Center, Chicago Human Rhythm Project's collaborative initiative to provide a shared, affordable and sustainable education, rehearsal and administrative facility for small and mid-sized Chicago arts organizations, also serving as an incubator for emerging companies and independent artists. The aim is to offer diverse, high-quality dance, movement and music classes to the general public while centralizing the education programs, rehearsal space and administrative offices of several core groups.
Throughout the month of December at the ARC, CHRP is sponsoring a food and coat drive benefiting the Greater Chicago Food Depository and the Salvation Army, respectively. CHRP encourages guests at the ARC Angel Event and anyone who visits the ARC in December to contribute canned foods and gently used coats. Tickets to the 1st Annual ARC Angel Event start at $10 and are available at eventbrite.com/e/1st-annual-arc-angel-event-tickets-19613391181. For information visit chicagotap.org.