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Pedagogical Factory: How We Felt

How We Felt w/Feel Tank Chicago: Mary Patten, Debbie Gould, and Patho GeographiesCome Discuss This Summer's Most Interesting and Ambitious Project About Political Depression! In the Fifth Annual International Parade of the Politically Depressed, Feel Tank Chicago and collaborators felt the feel and walked the walk -- and seethed the seethe, and balked the balk. Now […]

Pedagogical Factory: How We Brew/Bake/Mead and Think

How We Brew/Bake/Mead Etc Cottage Expo @ Experimental Station Today we will explore the world of do it yourself food production with Material Exchange and Monk Parakeet group at Experimental Station. There will be three hour-long workshops on making your own beer, and on baking bread. Space is limited (24 spaces total, 8 in each […]

Pedagogical Factory: How We Celebrate Peoples History

How We Celebrate Peoples History w/ Josh MacPhee of JustSeeds Come Hear About One Amazing Effort To Make Hidden and Radical History Public! It Is A Street Curriculum! The Celebrate People's History poster series is an on-going project producing posters that focus around important moments in "people's history." These are events, groups, and individuals that we […]

How We Make a Pedagogical Sketchbook

The Pedagogical Sketchbook began as an obsessive compilation of ideas and lessons, that stood in stark contrast to the typical offerings most adolescents were exposed to in their school art space. The project which now includes an audio curriculum is growing as artists, thinkers, map makers, socialites, ex students, construction workers, priests, addicts and ideologues […]

Pedagogical Factory: How We Build

Come discuss the state of architecture/design education. Where has it been and where is it going? We often discuss the ways in which the built physical environment affects us, but how does it get built in the first place? What is the relationship between architecture education and the built environment? How does what gets taught […]

Talkingpoint: Jim Duignan

The Stockyard Institute artist and founder Jim Duignan's Pedagogical Factory: Exploring Strategies for an Educated City comes to Gallery 1. Come join him on September 10 for discussion, drinks, snacks, revolutionary pedagogy, and more. FREE!

Pedagogical Factory: How We Listen (pt. 2)

How We Listen pt.2 w/ Vocalo Producers Come Check Out Chicago's Most Exciting New Media Project! Bring Questions! How We Listen will be a discussion with producers from the new Vocalo radio project, which aims make "community-created media" a major part of the mix on what will be a 50,000-watt broadcast. The project, by Chicago Public […]

Pedagogical Factory: Distorientation Guide

How We Make a Disorientation Guide to Our University, lead by Local University Activists followed by How We Engage, lead by Anne Elizabeth Moore and Chralie Vinz.In recent years many students and professors have turned their research interests towards the university itself. They have considered how to translate the activism and critique that is generally encouraged […]

Pedagogical Factory: How We Fund

How We Fund, lead by Kristen Cox of Fire This Time Fund and guestsIn recent years there has been increased scrutiny and critique of the funding structures within which cultural and political work in this country are produced. This gathering will look at some alternatives to foundation funding and the conventional non-profit-organization model and highlight […]

Pedagogical Factory: “How We Learn” AREA Chicago #5 Release Party

How we use AREA Chicago as a pedagogical experiment and also move towards an independent political and cultural education network in ChicagoIn this final event of the series we will reflect on the work and conversations of the Pedagogical Factory Exhibit and the programs of the How We Learn series. We will look towards the […]