Pilsen's Uri-Eichen Gallery will host its final show in the "8 Hours for Work, 8 Hours for Rest, 8 Hours for What We Will" series that looks at worker rights. This last show features photography from the 2012 Chicago Teachers Union strike, as well as art, strike posters and member testimonials.

There will be a CTU member and artist reception Sept. 6 from 6-10 p.m., with baked goods by Pilsen bakery Beurrage.

The show's official opening reception is Sept. 13 from 6-10 p.m. and includes a panel discussion: "Public Education and Privatization in Chicago," with Roosevelt University's Stephanie Farmer, David Moberg of "In These Times," author and historian Rick Perlstein, Erica Clark from Parents4Teachers and a CTU officer. Old Town School of Folk Music's Mark Dvorak will be around playing labor tunes starting at 9 p.m.