Join Hyde Park Art Center for “Art Party,” an evening arts soirée (yes that translate to fun times making art and eating food!). Enjoy art making activities led by Chicago artists, open studios, free food and an after hours look at the Art Center’s exhibitions including Karen Reimer’s “Shoretime, Spaceline.” The evening will begin with a collective bike ride leaving the UChicago quad for the Art Center (5020 S. Cornell Ave.) at 6:30 pm.
At the Art Center:
This event is free and open to all UChicago students. Materials and supplies will be provided for all activities, and attendees are encouraged to take their art home with them! Planned and hosted by the Hyde Park Art Center Arts Leadership Fellows in conjunction with UCIJAM.
Michelle Nordmeyer is a printmaker whose work addresses the human experience of chronic misunderstanding. Michelle’s latest project, The Intention Generator, is a series of simpler images, given out as gifts to strangers (for the most part). You can find this work at the blog intentiongenerator.com.
Amina Ross is an undisciplined artist born and raised in New York, NY. Amina currently lives and works in Chicago, IL. You can find further information about Amina on the website, http://www.aminaross.com.
Lyra Hill was born in San Fransisco and moved to Chicago to attend the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Her past work has included Brain Frame, a “performative comix reading,” and she is currently focused on creating multi-disciplinary experiential performances. Her main material outputs are self-published comics and small-gauge experimental films. She currently works both as an Artist Guide and a co-Lead Artist of the Teen Creative Agency at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. Lyra’s work can be found at http://lyrahill.blogspot.com.