Student art exhibit rescheduled after Trotter confrontation
September 5, 2013 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- An exhibit featuring the work of students involved in an after school photography program has been rescheduled after it was abruptly canceled.
This happened after a reported confrontation involving Chicago chef Charlie Trotter.
Students from the After School Matters program say Trotter agreed to let them use the space of his former restaurant as a gallery.
But the chef later kicked everyone out.
The program's CEO says the exhibit will now be held on Saturday, September 7, at Artists Frame Service on Clybourn.
Trotter has not commented on the incident.
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