In the heart of Logan Square, Lula Cafe is not only a great spot for brunch and dinner, but also a contemporary art gallery. With each season comes a new group of work at Lula. For the fall season, Lula has teamed up with Chicago-based organization Chances Dances. Chances has worked since 2005 to create safer environments in the queer community to come together and have a good time. This particular art opening has been curated by Chances Dances Aay Preston-Myint, Katie Vota, Betsy Odom, Latham Zearfoss, Matt Morris, Rebecca Mir Grady, Mark Aguhar, Michael Sirianni, Daniel Luedtke, Rami George, Kiam Marcelo Junio and Adam Liam Rose. The work will be up until late fall, so make sure to head over to Lula for a mimosa and to view the artwork.
Editor’s Note: Kyle Kissel works at Lula Cafe.