Jane Fulton Alt: Finding Your Muse - Reflections on the Creative Process

February 4

Jane Fulton Alt, Reflections on the Creative Process
Artist Lecture and Workshop: 7-9 p.m. 

American Society of Media Photographers present this sponsored workshop to inspire photographers in their personal art making progress. Jane Fulton Alt will share her journey, inspirations, and process in developing personal projects. Tickets to this workshop are $10-$15 and available here.

For inquires, please email Fine Art Committee Chairs, Mary Rafferty or Mariah Karson

 

 

 

Good Soil and Rooting: A conversation between two farmers and an artist

February 18. 6 – 8 p.m.

Good Soil and Rooting: A conversation between two farmers and an artist

Julia Goodman is a San Francisco-based interdisciplinary artist and guest lecturer in the MFA Program in Book and Paper at Columbia College in Chicago. She is currently focused on the act of creating paper from the beet root. John Peterson a several generation farmer who long ago gave up traditional practices for organic farming using biodynamic methods. Peterson and fellow farmer Andrew Stewart from Angelic Organics will present their shared interest in the importance of the soil that lies beneath us.

Free and open to the public.

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A Night of Chicago Wildsounds

March 5. 6 – 8 p.m.

A Night of Chicago Wildsounds.

Join us for a night of poetry, discussions and music organized by Chicago Wildsounds (CWS), a DePaul University student group working under the direction of ecologist Liam Heneghan. The group focuses on conserving and understanding the soundscapes heard throughout Chicago. Its mission is to spread awareness about sound and how it functions in an urban setting, particularly its interaction with nature. CWS’s installation “Rooted in Sound” will be on view in the adjoining gallery.

Free and open to the public.

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