Tag Archives: Planting and Maintaining

A Roundtable Discussion: Architecture and Black Lives

Architecture and Black Lives brings together artists and scholars to meditate on the ways that Black people have found ways to commune and the architectures that they must navigate. Critical connections have been made that link the violent formations of the sugar and cotton plantations, to the restrictions on Black communities formed during Reconstruction, to […]

Push Pull: A Live Performance by The Seldoms in collaboration with Faheem Majeed

Join us for a Saturday matinee performance of Push Pull by The Seldoms dance company member Damon Green. This short performance, choreographed by Artistic Director Carrie Hanson, activates Faheem Majeed’s rubbing of the Southside Community Art Center as part of his Hyde Park Art Center Exhibition, Planting and Maintaining a Perennial Garden: Shroud. Push Pull […]

Push Pull: A Live Performance by The Seldoms in collaboration with Faheem Majeed

Join us for an evening live performance of Push Pull by The Seldoms dance company member Damon Green. This short performance, choreographed by Artistic Director Carrie Hanson, activates Faheem Majeed’s rubbing of the Southside Community Art Center as part of his Hyde Park Art Center Exhibition, Planting and Maintaining a Perennial Garden: Shroud. Push Pull […]

Center Sundays June

Join us for Center Sundays! Center Sundays is a family-friendly filled day of art-making activities, workshops, and artist talks every first Sunday of the month. This month we are offering socially distanced outdoor activities at the Hyde Park Art Center in our parking lot and plaza from 1-4pm! Register for this event on Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/center-sundays-june-tickets-154756742583 […]

The Catalyst and Preservation of Cultural Institutions

Representatives from Chicago-based, culture-specific arts institutions discuss how such institutions are uniquely positioned to take on the role of culture keepers and enable communities of color to find power in their collective identities. Leading the roundtable conversation are Debra Yepa-Pappan, artist and Native Community Engagement Coordinator for the Native American Exhibition Hall at the Field […]