Daniel Tucker and Anthony Romero join us live from the Chicago Cultural Center during the Latin X conference to discuss the exhibition, book, and event series “Organize Your Own” then we post a panel they organized that was presented by Chicago’s MCA and Columbia College.
Discussion at the MCA Chicago,
This discussion will start with a screening of an excerpt from the film American Revolution 2 (by the Film Group) followed by a discussion about artists who are organizing in culturally and ethnically specific networks, including Eric J. Garcia, Nicole Marroquin, and Maria Gaspar, moderated by Anthony Romero.
Originally conceived as a two-city exhibition, following the election the project is now beginning a year long national tour – details about how to get involved are here https://organizeyourown.
This week Duncan, thanks to Columbia College Chicago and a class called the Late Late Afternoon Show, rocks the mic with Amanda Williams whose work blew our collective minds with the “Color(ed) Theory” series of public works on the south side of Chicago. She pulled in the lion’s share of the press at the 2015 Chicago Architectural Biennial and seems to have been going nonstop since!
Epic Chicago cultural legend Anne Elizabeth Moore joins Duncan’s Columbia College class “the Late, Late Afternoon Show” for an invasive journey through her history. Abigail Satinsky joins Bad at Sports for a farewell Chicago as she confesses her move to Philadelphia.
Moore the warrior of comics, punk rock, anti-capitalism, journalism, and Cambodia’s future, recounts her world.
This week: Duncan, Abigail Satinsky and Columbia College Chicago’s own Amy Mooney talk the author and curator Chelsea Haines.
They -do not- talk about hot dog stands as art constructs, much to Richard’s amazement.
This week: 8 years!!! We wrap up season 8 with the Artist as Arbiter panel from CAA 2013.
Moderators:Â Duncan Mackenzie, Columbia College, Chicago/Director, Bad At Sports AND Shannon R. Stratton, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago/Director, threewalls
With our powers combined: queer collaboration, distribution, intervention, gentrification
Independent artist, curatorÂ and critic
Laurie Beth Clark & Michael Peterson
Whereâ€™s the art? Hosting/Framing Creativity
University of Wisconsin & University of Wisconsin-Madison
E. G. Crichton
Migrating Archives: how I became a matchmaker and archive activist
University of California Santa Cruz/The GLBT Historical Society
Parallel Practice: The Artist as Curator
Professor, Painting and Printmaking, Virginia Commonwealth University
Philip Von Zweck
On Nested Authorship
Columbia College, Chicago