Image Credit: Harvey Opgenorth, Museum Camoflouge Christopher Wool
The Inland See: Contemporary Art Around Lake Michigan
James Yood, Curator
September 6 – October 6, 2007
The four states that border Lake Michigan; Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, and Wisconsin -all have large populations of artists, superb cultural and academic institutions, etc., and yet the history of Midwestern Art is largely un- or misarticulated. The Inland See argues for the significance of place as an element helping to construct the vision of many artists living in this region. The Inland See defines the special nature of contemporary Midwestern Art, distinct, say, from the art produced on the East or West coasts of America.
Albertine Monroe Brown Gallery, Fall 2007 Hours
Monday – Thursday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Friday – 10 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Saturday Noon – 6 p.m.
Image Credit: Finn Chen-Quigley …
This photo is of students lining up near the Architecture Department Building. The students are lining up for art examinations to get into the school. 6000 worried students are taking tests for the Sichuan Fine Arts Institute in Chongqing – China.
New Adventures in Sound Art presents
the 6th Annual SOUNDplay festival
September 27 – October 28, 2007
Gladstone / Latvian House / Music Gallery / the NAISA Space
Blogging resource for the Interactive Arts and Media department
@ Columbia College Chicago
Art Summer University is a four-day celebration of creative energy. It will present a cutting-edge programme of video works with international artists, curators and theorists. Through a series of talks, screenings and presentations, this event will give audiences direct access to brand-new international video art fresh from Venice, Documenta, Basel and Münster.
Tate is inviting 18 artists from around the world to come to London to premiere a new artwork, discuss their artistic approach and interact with the audience. The interested public, students, emerging artists and arts professionals will have the opportunity to meet established artists practicing internationally, to ask questions and explore the diversity of the video art form.
Dr. Eckhard Leuschner is an art historian with broad interests that range from medieval to contemporary art. All are welcome to attend this free lecture.
Richmond Center Lecture Hall, Room 2008