Bryce Dwyer is a writer and curator from Chicago. In the past year he has: co-curated the School of the Art Institute of Chicago’s MFA Thesis Exhibition; edited PHONEBOOK 3–a directory of independent art spaces, programming, and projects throughout the US and a collection of essays by the people who run them; co-organized Hand-in-Glove, a new semiannual conference for independent visual arts facilitators working at the crossroads of creative administration and studio practice; and co-hosted the International Day of Soup, a gathering of food-based micro-granting organizations at Creative Time’s exhibition Living as Form.
Most recently he’s contributed to the catalog for the exhibition Afterimage at the DePaul Art Museum and written an essay on earnestness and social practice for Common Thread.
Sunday Soup Network: http://www.sundaysoup.org
Sunday Soup Chicago: http://www.sundaysoupchicago.org
Bryce’s Favorite Music Videos on YouTube: http://bgdbgdbgd.tumblr.com (approaching 800 videos strong!)