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Go now. See Doug Fogelson’s On Climate exhibit at Brushwood Center, Ryerson Woods (Deerfield, IL), ending September 4th. The exhibit features photographs, photograms, an outdoor sculpture, and an indoor installation, all in a remarkable setting. After a generous tour of the Ryerson home, built in 1942 but evocative of David Adler, I was particularly attuned … More Mystery and Murder at Brushwood
Chakaia Booker sculptures at Millennium Park and The 606 PASS THE BUCK , rubber tires & stainless steel – by Chakaia Booker “Millennium Park [unveiled] six recent sculptures by American artist Chakaia Booker in a new exhibition in the Boeing Galleries—running April 30, 2016, through April 2018. A seventh, site-responsive sculpture (a new work) … More Artists: start your engines!
By Alex Nates-Perez There is nothing simple about Climate Change. Not only does it involve complicated scientific concepts, but also the predicted ramifications of Climate Change are scary to think about. One local Chicago Museum has put together an exhibit aiming to explain Climate Change to families and, most importantly, children in an easy to … More Complex Science Made Accessible: the Fog Lifts from Climate Change
“Film4Climate Global Video Competition Opens, In Search of Short Videos to Inspire the World” from The World Bank Winners to be honored at official awards ceremony at COP22 climate summit in Marrakech, Morocco in November 2016 WASHINGTON, June 20, 2016 – The Film4Climate Global Video Competition formally opens today as the centerpiece of the Connect4Climate … More Film4Climate Global Video Competition Opens
By: Alex Nates-Perez I walked into the air-conditioned building into the Museum of Contemporary Photography at Chicago’s Columbia College (MoCP) and felt I had entered an environmental sanctuary. Not only was I sheltered from the muggy 90-degree July day, I was also met with a refreshing example of art as activism. It was July 21st, … More MoCP Exhibits Environmental Degradation: This time it’s personal
“Addressing Climate Change: In Focus is a global photography competition, created to raise awareness on climate change amongst the youth of the world, giving them a voice that will be heard by world leaders and negotiators alike. Seen through the lens of the world’s younger generation, their interpretation of climate change will be all the … More Addressing Climate Change: In Focus, International Youth Photography Competition
See video of featured artist, Joey FineRhyme here.
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Angela Guest The Weaving is a processual, impulsive, lifelong work with no set out design. I add to it when I can and with whatever fabric I can get my hands on, from friends and from myself. An addition to contemporary textile work, it is experimental and expressive, lacking any…
It’s a really hot day early in May and you’re stuck in summer construction traffic.