Tag Archives: Consuming War

Reporting from Baghdad

Chicago Tribune journalist James Janega will give his perspective on the media coverage of the war. In conjunction with the current exhibition Consuming War.

Talk Back: Iraq Veterans Against the War

The Chicago Chapter of Iraq Veterans Against the War discusses the creative tactics and actions developed to unite veterans and fight back for benefits and against the occupation of Iraq, […]

Emergency

Geraldine Gorman, RN, PhD, speaks about Emergency, the international relief organization providing treatment to civilian war victims. In conjunction with the current exhibition Consuming War.

Prostrations for Peace

A community gathering for peace, with yoga practice, peace offerings, prayer flags and more. This event will take place at the lakefront as well as at the Art Center. In […]

Art Thing: Consuming War

Learn more about contemporary art in a fun, relaxed setting. Enjoy wine and cheese and mingling with neighbors and friends! This month, hear from Director of Exhibitions, Allison Peters, about […]

Opening Receptions and Concert for Malachi

Consuming War addresses the ways the American media and consumer culture have manipulated and influenced our perceptions of war. Prior to the reception, Michael Zerang and Jim Baker perform works […]

Talk Back: Buyer Beware

Join us for Talk Back: Buyer Beware, an artist panel with Tom Burtonwood and Holly Holmes, Frederick Holland, Michael Hernandez de Luna, and Ellen Rothenberg. In conjunction with the current […]

Talk Back: Creating Histories

Join us for Talk Back: Creating Histories, an artist panel with Wafaa Bilal, Adam Brooks, Edra Soto, and Dolores Wilber. In conjunction with the current exhbition Consuming War.

Enemy Kitchen

Join us for Enemy Kitchen, where artist Michael Rakowitz uses food as an element to facilitate dialogue and collaboration by preparing a meal based on his Iraqi mother’s home recipes. […]

Consuming Culture With Dr. Donny George Youkhanna

Join us for a discussion with Dr. Donny George Youkhanna, former Director of the National Museum of Iraq; University of Chicago Professor of Mesopotamian Art, McGuire Gibson; and artist Michael […]

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