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Cubs announce pop-up art exhibit at Gallagher Way
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Cubs announce pop-up art exhibit at Gallagher Way


Feb 15, 2024, 5:34 PM
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CHICAGO – In honor of Black History Month, the Chicago Cubs and Marquee Sports Network are proud to partner with The Kulture Museum and Mogul Nation Purpose Academy (Mogul Nation) on a pop-up art exhibit at Gallagher Way which will display incredible works of art created by young program participants from across the city. The pop-up will open Monday, February 19, from noon-6 p.m. CT in the Marquee Sports Network space at Gallagher Way (3643 N. Clark St.) and will run through Friday, March 15.



“We are excited to align our sincere commitment with the Chicago Cubs and Marquee Sports Network to uplift the city's cultural heartbeat by bringing together the energy of the youth and the wisdom of seasoned artists,” said Nicole Murray, owner, The Kulture Museum.



The mission of The Kulture Museum and Mogul Nation is to create a hub for holistic healing and empowerment for youth in Chicago through art. The program pairs youth from Mogul Nation and UCAN with master artists from The Kulture Museum over the course of six to eight weeks to create their artwork. The public is invited to view these incredible works of art at Gallagher Way for free. Regular hours of operation are noon-6 p.m. CT Wednesdays through Fridays and noon-7 p.m. CT Saturdays. Tuesdays will be by appointment only.



As part of the effort, The Kulture Museum and Mogul Nation will launch their first-ever silent auction which will showcase these incredible pieces of art. The silent auction will be open for the duration of the exhibit and the general public is encouraged to bid on the pieces via a QR code on-site or online, with a portion of the proceeds from the sale of the auctioned art benefiting the United Negro College Fund (UNCF).



“This initiative and series of events act as a fundraiser for our youth in entrepreneurship and college funding,” said Murray. “Come visit us in person or online, bid on art and trips, donate and participate in a few programs and workshops. Empowering and celebrating our cultural community.”



The Kulture Museum is a creative community, artist working studio and gallery space to empower and celebrate the creative culture. Located at 629 W. Cermak Road, the organization hosts collaborative events that dive into the union of history, culture and transformation, supporting vital causes to impact the community. Mogul Nation provides youth ages 7-23 with entrepreneurship training and art therapy with the mission to empower the youth of Chicago.

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