Off-Kilter is a collective of difference fueled by forward thinking and an exploration of what it means to be a working artist and entrepreneur. It is with these values that we are building and facilitating a community that thrives on connection and work.
While we love throwing the best parties and proide spaces for real work and collaboration to occur, we must be accountable to people that often don’t find representation in our communities. Combining our tenacity for connection, community development, and event production; Tango: A Masquerade is born.
By partnering with the Hyde Park Art Center (HPAC) and hosting a fundraiser. We're bridging community development, Art & Hospitality. To celebrate collaboration, to promote community development & philanthropic engagement.
Founded in 1939, Hyde Park Art Center is a community hub that provides socially relevant contemporary art exhibitions, youth and adult studio art classes, a wide variety of free public events, and artist residencies. Coming into it's 78th year, the Art Center has set its goals for 2020 based on increased equity and investment in visual arts.
What to expect during the event.
A walk through vibe along with handcrafted cocktails, silent auction, and casual networking! Suggested attire - is semi formal/formal. Music by Just.One, a special musical performance, and fresh faces from across Chicago’s independent art scenes.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends?
How many people per booth?
6 people per booth?
If i get a booth, how will you know who my six people are?
We will contact you after the ticket is purchased and we will ask for a list of names.
When does the 2hr bar starts?