This is a free event and open to the public but registration is required.
What does #rape look like? From Steubenville to Maryville, how do we and the media respond to and depict male violence, masculinity, and the national epidemic of violence against women?
Tellabration is a worldwide storytelling event and Experimental Station is happy to host in conjunction with Chicago Storytelling Guild. Won't you join us in the 17th year of celebrating stories?
Family-friendly Stories: 3PM-5PM
Adult Evening Stories: 7PM-10PM
Heads up everyone! After the last outdoor market on October 26th, we're not skipping a beat. Follow us inside for the indoor market season. And for the first time ever, the 61st Street Farmers Market will operate year-round.
Experimental Station and Moving Design invite artists, designers and architects to submit proposals in response to the Firearm Concealed Carry legislation.
Are you seeking entertainment of the spooky kind? The Hyde Park Community Players are presenting their yearly Halloween show, an Evening of Horror & Suspense on October 26th at the Experimental Station in Hyde Park. This is the Players’ fourth annual show of odd and macabre stories presented in the old-time radio style.
Come and see the Experimental Station this weekend. Our doors will be open from 9AM-5PM Saturday and Sunday, tours on the half hour. Part of Chicago Architecture Foundation's Open House Chicago. Free!
Market Manager Danny Burke teaches Woodlawn Youth about worm composting at a field trip to Growing Power's Iron Street Farm
Update 10/2/13: $2,960 raised so far! Just $3,040 to go!
On October 13th, The 61st Street Farmers Market Manager is lacing up his shoes and running all 26.2 miles of the Chicago Marathon to raise funds for the Market.
This Saturday, Experimental Station is thrilled to host Inside Out/11M, a large-scale art installation to celebrate America's diversity.
Come get your picture taken and we'll wheatpaste the walls along 61st Street and Blackstone Ave. By the afternoon, we'll have a large street art representation of our community. Cool!
We are super-excited to tell you that Justin Hines, a rising star in the Canadian folk-pop scene, has teamed up with the Experimental Station for a benefit concert, as part of his Vehicle of Change tour! We invite you to join us on Friday, July 12 at 7:30pm for an up close and personal experience with this inspirational man and his music.
Our first featured ‘Bike of the Week’ is an early-1960s blue and gold Dawes ‘Realmrider’.