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AMANDA IS BACK!!! Duncan and Amanda talk to Jim Duignan about his current project at the Hyde Park Art Center. Super friend of Bad at Sports (and Director of Exhibitions at the HPAC) Allison Peters is there too!

To wit:

“Jim Duignan is an artist and founder of the Stockyard Institute, a project that draws attention to the visionary status of youth and people through the arts in a variety of Chicago neighborhoods. Stockyard Institute publishes AREA Chicago Arts, Education, Activism, a biannual publication in Chicago

Jim begins his “residency” at the Art Center in preparation for Pedagogical Factory, an exhibition at the Art Center in Gallery 1, opening this summer. He’ll be at the Art Center on Thursdays in the Second Floor Studios on the west side of the building. Stop in for a chat with Jim to find out more about his project!”

…music and passion are always in fashion….

Jim Duignan
Hyde Park Art
Allison Peters
Stockyard Institute
Michael Piazza
Paulo Freire
Myles Horton
Highlander Folk School
Paul Chan
Martha Rosler
Area Chicago
Art Press
Whitney Museum of American Art
Mary Jane Jacob
Carol Becker
Mess Hall
Dan Peterman
Red Moon Theater
Platypus
Odyssey Project
Chicago Humanities Council
Chicago Women’s Heath Center
Neighborhood Writing Alliance
Lavie Raven
Georgia O’Keefe
Chicago Underground Library
Brian Dortmund
Barbara Weisen
Direct download: Bad_at_Sports_Episode101-Stockyard_Institute.mp3

Christopher

Operations Manager at Bad at Sports
Christopher Hudgens is the Operations Manager for BaS and works in various other capacities for other organizations in the Chicago Art & Culture scene. Most recently as Business Operations Manager for the Bridge Art Fair and currently an advocate for all things art & technology.

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