Jeanette Andrews. Photo: Saverio Truglia
Jeanette Andrews. Photo: Saverio Truglia
Performance

Bottling the Impossible by Jeanette Andrews

Friday, October 18, 2019
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
SOLD OUT

Members Exclusive
$30 per person
(Recommended for ages 13 and up)

To inquire about this performance or membership, please email info@elmhurstartmuseum.org

Join us for an exclusive performance by artist, magician, and sensory illusionist Jeanette Andrews to explore sensory anomalies, scientific oddities, and wonder as she asks “What if a scent could create magic?” This event will also debut her first sculpture series of impossible perfume bottles described as “modern day magic wands for the scientifically minded.”

Originally from Wheaton, IL, Andrews has been hailed as one of the most innovative illusionists today and has been praised by PBS, the Daily Herald, and the Chicago Tribune. She has staged hundreds of sold out performances at venues such as the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Birmingham Museum of Art, Chicago Ideas Week, and International Museum of Surgical Science.

Chicago Magazine - How Jeanette Andrews Cracked the Impossible Bottle