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Artistic Chicago Entertainment Club

Artistic Chicago Entertainment facilitates and grows rising performance artists to reach their full potential. A.C.E. is a jubilate and lively community open to all students! Students can gain music business skills and knowledge with our mentors and resources! We work to grow the promotion and influence of artist. A.C.E. members learn to foster enriching relations and connections with industry professionals. General body meetings for Artistic Chicago Entertainment are held weekly and open to new members. A.C.E. host large semester events and open mics for performers including: singers, dancers, actors, spoken word artist, comedians, musicians, and more!

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Officer Requirements

Officers must be in good standing, enrolled in at least six (6) credit hours, and must maintain a minimum cumulative 2.3 GPA each semester the student is an officer.      

Member Requirements      

Membership is open to all students with a minimum cumulative 2.0 GPA.        

Club Officers:

Logan Lawson Parks
Logan is a former casting intern at O’Connor Casting Company and has featured in over 
10 stage productions. She sings, writes music lyrics, and acts. She has 11 years of 
singing and 8 years of acting experience. Logan has held the role of president for 3 
semesters and decided to change the name of the club from I.C.E. to A.C.E. after her 
first semester as presidency in solidarity to D.A.C.A. She looks forward to continuing 
music business and diving into the film industry as an actress.

Vice President
Khaaliq Warner
Khaaliq Warner is a continuing student to Harold Washington College with hopes of
transferring​ to a college on the east coast. He is a multi-talented artist with skills as an 
emcee, poet, illustrator, graphic designer, fashion model, and a teaching artist to high 
school students. He is an independent contracting artist of Onli Studios. He has
matured being a part of the ACE club and senate, learning leadership skills, and 
growing in maturity and responsibility 

Christopher Molek
I have a lot of experience in creating new artistic media. The reason I say that is 
because I have many different hobbies in the arts. I have drew since I was young, now 
drawing mostly surreal art. I have over 4 years of experience in creating new content on 
Youtube, which includes, short films, educational videos, documentaries, and
entertainment videos. I have also played the accordion for about a year and I’m learning 
to play the guitar. I am always willing to try out new hobbies like trying out creating 
comics and animation. I am not looking for a career in the arts currently, nor would I like 
to be famous one day. I just simply want to put my work out there for all who would like 
to see. 

Majak Mullens
I am a business major student who enjoys working on numbers and plan on transferring
to a 4 year college after this semester. I have work on music such as rapping, singing 
and creating beats. I plan on continuing the talk show for the Ace Club where students 
who perform in the Open Mic will be able to take three to four minutes talking about their
performance and how the feel doing that. 

Public Relations Director
Ebony Edwards-Carr
Ebony is the CEO and founder of Ballin’ On A Budget 101, a beauty and lifestyle blog,
with a fast-growing online presence. Mrs. Edwards-Carr in addition to managing and 
promoting Harold Washington College’s ACE club is also the PR Director for several 
developing businesses throughout the Chicagoland area. Currently, her greatest
accomplishment to date is working with three up and coming Chicago artist, developing 
their talents and careers, as a Business Manager. Mrs. Edwards-Carr aspires to have 
the world’s largest entertainment and sports management firm. 

Club Advisor 

Anthony Florez