Precarity: Contingency in Artmaking and Academia, opens 6/24

In response to a nexus of economics that make it increasingly difficult to earn a living as artists, obtain higher education, and work within colleges and universities, Precarity: Contingency in Artmaking and Academia examines artistic and activist approaches to critical economic issues in US education and art making. More»

Opening Reception: Precarity: Contingency in Artmaking and Academia, 6/24

Please join us for the opening reception of Precarity: Contingency in Artmaking and Academia. In response to a nexus of economics that make it increasingly difficult to earn a living as artists, obtain higher education, and work within colleges and universities, Precarity examines artistic and activist approaches to critical economic issues in US education and art making. Through satire, exposition, creative solutions, advocacy, and other inventive means, the artists in this exhibition seek outcomes outside current social and economic models, while making clear the costs of these growing crises. More»

DeBt for Kids, 6/29–7/27

Join us every Wednesday for a children's workshop that revolves around a magical children’s book co-written by artist Cassie Thornton and CPS educator Elizabeth Coughlan about debt—a monster that is made by adults but best understood by children. More»