• Wednesday October 14 | 7:30 pm9:45 pm

    Night of The Living Dorks

    A Night of Poems, Jokes and Revelry
  • Thursday October 15 | 7:30 pm8:30 pm

    Dave Rempis & Wolfgang Reisinger

    Austrian percussionist Wolfgang Reisinger performs solo and in a duo with Chicago saxophonist Dave Rempis at Comfort Station.
  • Thursday October 15 | 9:00 pm11:55 pm

    Wolfgang Reisinger Chicago Quartet

    Austrian percussionist Wolfgang Reisinger returns to Chicago to reunite the outstanding quartet he initiated for his 2013 Umbrella Music Festival appearance at the Chicago Cultural Center.
  • Saturday October 17 | 9:00 pm11:00 pm

    Dark Matter Series: Black Orchard and Marvin Tate’s Plan B

    Come check out the latest Dark Matter installment featuring two hot genre-breaking bands!
  • Monday October 19 | 9:00 pm11:30 pm

    Rempis Percussion Quartet

    The Rempis Percussion Quartet takes on a two-night stand at Elastic, kicking off a 10-date North American Tour in celebration of the release of their newest record Cash and Carry on Aerophonic Records.


current art show

Ten x Ten

Ten x Ten 2015

On display at Elastic Arts for September and October are original 18″ framed hand-screenprinted square prints by visual artists:


Salvador Andrade ArévaloJerome BryertonUriel CorreaRob FunderburkTrevor GoosenAndrew HolmquistHannah IrelandVesna JovanovicAlexander StewartCynthia Weiss


The Ten x Ten 2015 Collection is the manifestation of a year-long collaboration involving ten unique partnerships between musicians and visual artists. Organized by Homeroom and Spudnik Press along with Guest Curator Elastic Arts, this endeavor highlights how printmakers and free jazz musicians investigate improvisation across media.

Each of the 20 distinct contributors have explored their artistic practice in a cross-media collaboration with another artist in a series of live visual art and music performances including a Working Performance at Constellation and a live Recording Performance at Elastic Arts. Working within the genre of jazz and improvised music, the musicians each composed and performed new work in collaboration with a visual artist. Working in tandem with their musician counterpart, each visual artist developed a new screenprinted artwork. The final product of their collaboration is a limited edition LP and a full-color publication featuring each print, statements by each artist/musician pair that illuminates their collaboration, and a digital download link.

For more information on Ten x Ten and to purchase the vinyl collection with prints, please click here.