The Block Museum invites you to celebrate the reopening of its galleries and its winter 2014 exhibitions.
Morton Schapiro, President, Northwestern University
WHAT DOES ART HAVE TO DO WITH REVOLUTION? A LONG VIEW
W. J. T. Mitchell, editor of Critical Inquiry and Professor of English and Art History at the University of Chicago
Professor Mitchell will connect artistic concerns of the 1930s to present-day artistic practices, specifically the relations between art and activism.
CONVERSATION WITH EXHIBITION CURATORS
W. J. T. Mitchell and curators John Murphy and Jill Bugajski (The Left Front: Radical Art in the “Red Decade,” 1929-1940) and Elliot Reichert (Steichen|Warhol: Picturing Fame)
Throughout the Block all afternoon by Northwestern University students, in collaboration with Professor D. Soyini Madison, Chair, Department of Performance Studes, Northwestern University.
Northwestern University’s Community Development Corps is looking for Chicago-area artists who want to display their artwork in its annual celebration of art: ArtsFest. Last year, over 50 artists and 800 guests attended, and we would love to do even better this year! The event takes place Sunday, April 29th from 1-4 and it’s a great opportunity to display your art to the public. While artists are not permitted to sell their work at ArtsFest, they are encouraged to bring business cards for networking and meeting potential future clients. If you have any interest in participating, you can contact me at email@example.com or call me at (303) 916-3265.
Thanks, and I hope to see many of you on the 29th!