The School of Art & Art History welcomes you to join us for the reception of Gush, the first in a series of three UIC MFA Thesis Exhibitions in Studio Arts, Photography, Moving Image, and New M...More about this event »
Spring 2015 Events
Join us as philosopher and intellectual historian Susan Buck-Morss presents "Year One," a discussion of her forthcoming publication of the same name
. Susan Buck-Morss is Distinguished Professor o...
Claudia Hart has been active as an artist, curator and critic since 1988. Claudia Hart is an artist working with digital trompe l'oeil as a medium. She directs theater and makes media objects of a...More about this event »
Please join Gallery 400 and UIC's Art History Department as we welcome Krista Thompson for a public lecture entitled "Refracting Art History: Tom Lloyd, Light Art, and the Effect of Race." Tho...More about this event »
Join us for an Inter Chicago Circle for Experimental Critical Theory (InterCcECT) workshop with Professor Arne De Boever. The reading is circulated in advance; request it here. Arne De Boever...More about this event »
Please join us at the Graham Foundation to celebrate the release of the book Karen Reimer: Endless, co-published by Gallery 400 and WhiteWalls and supported by a Craft Research Fund grant...More about this event »
Please join us for a screening of the award winning documentary Lucky (2013). The film follows Lucky Torres, a woman who masks a lifetime of abuse and abandonment behind an angry, tattooed ext...More about this event »
Valerie Hegarty (born 1967) copies and modifies iconic American paintings and decorative arts, making them look as if they had been inundated by waves, attacked by birds, or singed by fire. For Heg...More about this event »
Hosted by Propeller Fund, this Artist Tax workshop with Janet Ecklebarger will instruct recent grant recipients and applicants on how to properly claim a grant on their taxes.
Janet Ecklebarger ha...
Matias Viegener is a writer, artist, and critic working collaboratively and on solo projects in the fields of writing, visual art, and social practice. In relation to Visibility Machines: Harun Far...More about this event »