Tag Archives: Pedagogical Factory

Pedagogical Factory: How We Teach Art; How We Make Educational Posters

How We Teach with Various Artists, Activists and Educators is an experimental forum about the act of teaching. How We Make Educational Posters w/ Watie White Through the eyes of portraiture (which finds part of its educational background in the work of Northwestern psychologist Dan McAdams’ work that graphs personal life narratives), Watie White represents a more […]

Pedagogical Factory: How We Use Abandoned Urban Space

Screening of Not Anymore | Not Yet a film by Daniel Kunle and Holger Lauinger (Berlin) Not Anymore | Not Yet reflects on the possibilities of abandoned city spaces. The film presents a new generation of cultural interventions in abandoned spaces: unconventional players, projects, and visions dealing with the reactivation of “urbanness” in very different […]

Pedagogical Factory: Sounds and Listening

How We Listen w/ Lou Mallozzi and Christina Kubisch How Do We Listen To The City? How We Listen will pair two important and very active audio artists, Lou Mallozzi and Christina Kubisch. Both will discuss their works – from projects performed throughout the world and provide insights to sound ideas, the nature of their work […]

Pedagogical Factory: How We Grow

How We Grow: Self-Education and Urban Farming Gathering w/ Baltimore visiting artists Scott Berzofsky, Dane Nester and Nicholas Wisniewski Calling All Farmers, Gardeners, Ecologists and Interested Parties! Lets Hear About Baltimore and Then Talk About Chicago! We will prepare a powerpoint slide show of the urban farming project we are working on in Baltimore which […]

Pedagogical Factory: Making a Peoples Atlas and Making a Pedagogical Sketchbook

How We Peoples Make a People’s Atlas of Chicago w/ Daniel Tucker/Dave Pabellon aka The Speculators Calling all mapmakers, radical historians, informal researchers and citizens with good memory! How can we use maps to remember? What do we want to remember? Notes for a People’s Atlas presents maps of the blank outline of the political border […]

Pedagogical Factory: How We (and also I) Make and Tell Stories About What We Do

How We (and also I) Make and Tell Stories About What We Do w/ Andrew Gryf Patterson (Artist in Residence) Calling All Storytellers! Find out what Andrew has been doing and where he is going! From Andrew Paterson: My artist-organizer practice involves working in variable roles of initiator, participant, author and curator, according to different collaborative […]

Pedagogical Factory: How We Move; How We Make a Pedagogical Sketchbook

Led by Meredith Haggerty and Lavie Raven, How We Move will be a workshop in movement and how it relates to social movements. The workshop leaders have been brought together by the University of Hip Hop, which has been doing movement education in the city for over 15 years. Contact haggerty@uchicago.edu for more information.   The […]

Pedagogical Factory: How We Remember: Oral Historians

How We Remember: Oral Historians w/ Stephen Haymes and other oral historians What is the role of oral history in contemporary social movements? Come hear about new oral history projects and bring ideas or stories about your own. Stephen Haymes is the author of the book Race, Culture and the City: Pedagogy for Black Urban Struggle, […]

Pedagogical Factory: How We Learn: Building an Educated City

Adults Need Quality, Interesting, Creative, Critical Educational Opportunities Outside of the Job and the Academy. You are invited to join a discussion with a panel featuring representatives of local educational initiatives committed to cultural learning for adults in Chicago including: Mess Hall, Platypus, Free Geek, Chicagoland/Calumet Underground Railroad Efforts, Bronzeville Historical Society, Chicago Women’s Health […]

Pedagogical Factory: How We Remember: Libraries

Discuss libraries with Chicago Underground Library (CUL) and other local archivists! CUL is a location-specific library of independent works from the area. Including anything and everything, regardless of perceived quality or importance, the collection uses the local context to bridge gaps between content, format, and commercial viability while encouraging cross-pollination in collaboration and research. CUL coordinator, […]