The Chicago Art Book Fair began last year as an experiment in showcasing emerging directions and diverse legacies within small press arts publishing.
The IEA’s Experimental Visual Arts Program, Project Residency is particularly looking for artists who want to experiment with Digital Printmedia technologies to further and expand their working practice.
The festival takes place inside the museum’s spectacular Santiago Calatrava-designed building, as well as on the adjoining outdoor museum grounds featuring our state of the art Clearspan tents. Enjoy the festival rain or shine indoors AND outdoors!
The AAMC Foundation Engagement Program for International Curators is a 12-month Program accepting non-US based curators (International Awardees) and US-based curators (US Liaisons) working on or having worked within exhibitions and projects that explore historic American Art (c. 1500-1980).
Michigan State University’s Department of Art, Art History, and Design (AAHD) seeks applicants for two nine-month residency positions for artists/designers, one in Studio Art and the other in Design (Apparel/Textile/Graphic), who engage critically with issues of race through creative practice.
Chicago Artists Coalition and the filmmakers of a new documentary titled The Price of Everything will host a free viewing and talkback for the Chicago arts community.
During this panel conversation, we will learn from first-hand accounts of dynamic artists about what it takes to bring a large-scale endeavor into fruition through a combination of artistic vision, strategic planning, and project management.
The School of the Art Institute of Chicago’s Institute for Curatorial Research and Practice in collaboration with re:work the International Research Centre “Work and Human Lifecycle in Global History” at Humboldt University in Berlin are unde