The Center Program is a six-month intensive program led by Director of Education Mike Nourse, designed for a group of artists who are charged to create new works while connecting with a peers, and presenting progress to visiting professionals. This year's program culminates with "New Business," curated by Dan Devening, and includes work by Alejandro Acierto, Kayla Anderson, Miguel Aguilar, Jeffrey Austin, James Britt, John Browe, Marian Carow, Mel Cook, Marcelo Eli, Brent Fogt, Deirdre Fox, Victoria Fuller, Azadeh Gholizadeh, Stephanie Graham, Yvette Kaiser Smith, Kelly Lloyd, Stacza Lipinski, Fidencio Martinez, Randall Miller, Injung Oh, Suzanne Torres, Melissa Weber, and Gwendolyn Zabicki
Ground Floor is an ongoing biennial project that brings together work by Chicago’s most promising emerging talent, offering a single destination to see work by diverse artists that deserve to be supported.
This group exhibition presents the work of Dublin-based and Chicago-based artists engaging with key issues that reflect the complexity of urban planning and importance of public space in the 21st Century.
Jan Tichy creates a site-specific digital mural Installation no. 21 for the Jackman Goldwasser Catwalk Facade Gallery. The formal black and white projection animates the architecture of the facade and calls attention to it as a permeable portal shared by the public and the institution.
The sixth installment of an ongoing successful Art Center program encouraging new and diverse public to think of themselves as patrons or leaders of contemporary art. The exhibition presents over 50 new works by artists with possible participants such as Candida Alvarez, Juan Angel Chavez, Terry Evans, Tony Tassett, and many more.
The Presidential Library Project is the Obama Presidential Library designed and populated by artists.The Presidential Library Project is the Obama Presidential Center designed and populated by artists. The Presidential Library Project will present visual and performance art and discussions that will lay a participatory, decentralized, speculative, and multi-narrative foundation for the future Obama Presidential Center.