Self-cognition starts from our consciousness. With the continuous solidification of life, our thoughts are also imprisoned between seemingly daily and relatively reasonable to a certain extent. We start a new journey in the process of colliding with ourselves again and again. In an era when learning is cheap, knowledge is at your fingertips. Under the onslaught of various cultural gifts, there are a group of people struggling to structure, analyze, and accept themselves.
My Dreams These Days will be premiering 12 hours of time-based work on June 12th-13th from 5:00pm to 5:00am! Our event will officially be live-streamed on Twitch and available to watch at our screening on SAIC campus: 280 S Columbus Dr room B12 (SAIC student ID needed for access on campus). Land acknowledgment- School of the Art Institute of Chicago is located on the traditional homelands of the Council of the Three Fires: the Ojibwe, Odawa, and Potawatomi Nations.
The work will be projected onto the Northrup King Building’s Silos on June 5th. Everyone is welcome to join us beginning at 8:30pm, we plan to begin the event when the sun sets.
In Cloths, three performers crouch behind wooden frames fitted with layers of colored fabric. They begin to sing along with recorded tracks of their choosing, creating a cacophony of sounds with their overlapping voices. At the same time, as the performers gradually shift the cloths, a densely layered painting is set in motion.
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The Master of Fine Arts 2021 graduates at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design invite you to our Thesis Exhibition. This is the culminating exhibition by our 2021 thesis candidates who have spent the past year on their research, making work and developing each of their unique ideas into a final gallery show.
This is the last event (for the foreseeable future) of a new series that will run monthly in the windows of the 878 Rice St. building in St. Paul. The event is completely free and the art will be visible from the sidewalk so you can come and visit at your own pace while staying socially distant.
WetDoveTail is a collaborative virtual gallery project, comprised of two arts organisations, WET Productions and Dovetail Joints from the North East of England. This current season of online and offline productions have been generously funded by Arts Council England. Remember to follow the project on Instagram (@wetdovetail) for more frequent updates on exhibitions and open calls.
Output Field is hosting a fundraiser with Eastern Margins to raise monday for Stop AAPI Hate.Your donations will be doubled! We’re screening insights around orientalism and political solidarity. Jex Wang (Eastern Margins) will conclude with an hour of ambient sound. Swipe for the time table.
From Anne Anlin Cheng’s recent call for a theory of the “yellow woman” to Grace Lee Boggs’ echoing insistence that we can only change society if we take responsibility for that change, we’ll be sharing voices that express the diversity of what it looks like to be political. Come excavate the covert, subvert the inert.
This annual juried exhibition features the best work submitted by current MCAD students pursuing all degrees in design, fine arts, media arts, and entrepreneurial studies. More than 80 students submitted artwork this year and 41 had pieces selected by our five alumni jurors. The following students were chosen to receive one of five $200 cash prizes for Jurors’ Choice.