Tag Archives: New Dream

Dream Activations: “Whose Lakefront?” and “The Dirty Books”

JeeYeun Lee and Sarabeth Dunton activate their art works in Dream. JeeYeun Lee will invite guests to take home the red sand used in her public art project Whose Lakefront, which foregrounds the occupation of Native land by marking the boundary of unceded territory in the heart of Chicago’s downtown using a line of red […]

The New Futurists: On Afro-Indigenous and Latinx-Futurism

Center Program and Dream Exhibition artists, Teresita Carson Valdéz, Monica Rickert-Bolter, and Cydney M. Lewis, Cecilia Beaven, will discuss their works featured in the Dream exhibition, and what it means to incorporate and transform the cultural heritage within their work and imagine the future and mobility of a cultural aesthetic for a new world. Teresita […]

Dream Activations: “Whose Lakefront?” and “The Dirty Books”

JeeYeun Lee and Sarabeth Dunton activate their art works in Dream. JeeYeun Lee will invite guests to take home the red sand used in her public art project Whose Lakefront, which foregrounds the occupation of Native land by marking the boundary of unceded territory in the heart of Chicago’s downtown using a line of red […]

Dream Activations: “Whose Lakefront?” and “The Dirty Books”

JeeYeun Lee and Sarabeth Dunton activate their art works in Dream. JeeYeun Lee will invite guests to take home the red sand used in her public art project Whose Lakefront, which foregrounds the occupation of Native land by marking the boundary of unceded territory in the heart of Chicago’s downtown using a line of red […]

Center Days: Dream

Join us for the first Center Days of 2022 as we celebrate our Dream exhibition! The family-friendly day includes intergenerational art making activities, artist workshops, artist talks, open studios, a curatorial tour of the Dream exhibition, which features work by artists who recently participated in our critique-based Center Program. Don’t miss activations by exhibiting artists […]

Dream Activations: “Whose Lakefront?” and “The Dirty Books”

JeeYeun Lee and Sarabeth Dunton activate their art works in Dream. JeeYeun Lee will invite guests to take home the red sand used in her public art project Whose Lakefront, which foregrounds the occupation of Native land by marking the boundary of unceded territory in the heart of Chicago’s downtown using a line of red […]