The Chicago Loop Alliance has launched a new initiative called Pop-Up Art Loop that allows artists to turn unoccupied storefronts into temporary galleries for free. Property owners give artists short-term leases with a “ten-day kick-out provision”—the space remains on the market with rental signs up while it’s being used as a gallery, and if it gets rented it has to be vacated and returned to its original condition within ten days. The artist may then be allowed to relocate the gallery to another Pop-Up Art Loop space.