Unfurling

This fall I am curating an exhibition as part of my fellowship with Rebecca Zorach down at the Gray Center for Arts and Inquiry’s new space. Here are the details on some of the events:

Meeting with Artists in Midway Studios under construction in June
Meeting with Artists in Midway Studios under construction in June

Unfurling: Five Explorations in Art, Activism, and Archiving

A Never The Same Exhibition http://never-the-same.org

Exhibition Dates:   September 24-October 20, 2013

Exhibition Hours: by appointment (mikes1@uchicago.edu)

Location:  Gray Center for Arts and Inquiry The University of Chicago 929 E. 60th St., Chicago, IL 60637

  • Opening Reception: September 27, 2013 6-8pm – RSVP on Facebook
  • October 5th, Culture in Action symposium;
  • October 12th, Extinct Entities presents performances by Alexandria Eregbu, Tomeka Reid, and Baraka de Soleil. RSVP on Facebook.
  • Closing Reception: October 19th, 5-8pm – Mess Hall unfurls their archives and Public is invited to contribute material artifacts from Chicago socially and politically engaged art history to NTS ephemera archives. RSVP on Facebook.
  • October 20th Liliana Angulo Cortes and Sydney Stoudmire organizes a hair-braiding summit. RSVP on Facebook.

 

Artist Commissions/Exhibition: Never The Same (Daniel Tucker and Rebecca Zorach) commissioned five artists and scholars to produce work that activates archival materials related to Chicago’s rich history of politically- and socially-engaged art.

Invited Artists/Groups: Liliana Angulo Cortés with Sydney Stoudmire, Faheem MajeedJayne HilemanDan S. Wang, and Extinct Entities presenting Brandon Alvendia, Alexandria Eregbu, Tomeka Reid, Baraka de Soleil.

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