Monthly Archives: March 2012
The initiatives of the privately held U.S. company focus on advancing the field of contemporary art by engaging in scholarly research and distributing unrestricted monetary awards to visual artists.
The Director of Programs works in a dynamic, cross-cultural environment to design, deliver, and evaluate programs that promote the contributions and assets of Chicago’s diverse communities to Chicago’s social discourse; programs are designed to build the capacity of member organizations, present cross-cultural perspectives on important social issues, and inject diverse perspectives into curricula and lesson plans.
The editorial collective Triple Canopy brings their innovative publishing methods to Columbia’s interArts Visiting Artists spring 2012 series of events.
Columbia’s 2012 Interdisciplinary Arts MFA Thesis show opens to the public on Friday, April 20.
From top left, work by Columbia MFA candidates CJ Mace, Don Widmer, Kaitlin Kostus, Michelle Graves, and April Llewellyn.
Visiting Artist Mary Lucier will be conducting 30 minute studio visits with Interdisciplinary Arts graduate students on Friday, April 6, from 10am – 5pm. We will be conducting a lottery for time slots, which is open to all Interdisciplinary Arts students.
VIP’s Nicholas Corich interviews Steve Woodall in the bindery
CBPA to be featured in VIP DISCUSSIONS…
ASPECT-EZ is a new series of events and DVD publications coordinated by ASPECT to provide support for emerging artists.
OCCCA Call for Art: Random Acts of Time. This exhibition investigates our relationship to the concept of time, the choices we make and the random, uncontrollable events that shape our lives.
Chicago Artists’ Coalition has extended the deadline for its BOLT Residency application to April 1st.
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