Thursday, October 24, 2019, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Marz Community Brewing Co., 3630 S. Iron St.
Hey, Chicago: What’s better than making new connections, sharing ideas, and having a local beer?
Meet us at Arts & Drafts, a quarterly networking event for Chicago’s arts, cultural, creative, and business communities. Each event brings together a unique mix of people and companies, under one roof, for one night only. If you believe in the power of the arts, want to make a difference in our city, or simply feel like getting to know Chicago a little better, this mixer’s for you!
Arts & Drafts is a casual opportunity to network, expand your circle, meet up with friends, and make new ones. Do you have a question about the Arts & Business Council of Chicago, On BOARD, or Business Volunteers for the Arts? Swing by and get it answered!
FREE to attend. Open to all. Throw a few bucks down for a beer. See you there.
Karaoke on Marz to follow!
For more information, contact Kenneth Franco at 312.372.1876 x 102 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Arts & Drafts
Arts & Drafts is the Arts & Business Council of Chicago’s quarterly networking event for the city’s arts, cultural, creative, and business communities. Each event brings together a unique mashup of people and companies, under one roof, for one night only. The goal: To encourage new relationships and partnerships.
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Thursday, June 25, 2020
Thursday, October 1, 2020
Thursday, December 10, 2020
About Marz Community Brewing Company & Taproom
Marz Community Brewing Co. makes small, artisanal batches of beer in a sustainable and socially responsible manner. Marz supports various cultural and social platforms that help build the community of the future.
Marz’s taproom is located in the near south side in the Central Manufacturing District of McKinley Park, just off the shores of Bubbly Creek. The taproom is a 4,000-sq. foot space featuring an oval central bar; various seating areas; a gallery space; and the ‘Marzcade’, a pinball and vintage video game arcade.
Business Volunteers for the Arts® (BVA) connects skilled Chicagoans with arts, cultural, and creative communities in need of management assistance. Are you interested in joining our pro bono consulting program and lending your abilities? Apply!
Orientations are offered in the winter, spring, summer and fall. Individuals wishing to join BVA must submit a volunteer application, and participate in an introductory interview, prior to attendance.