Liminal Camera @ Millennium Park

A mobile camera made out of a shipping container, the Liminal Camera is one of the most ambitious art projects underway today. Traversing the country by land and by water—from the back of a flatbed truck and via barge—it has explored vast regions of the American West and the Hudson and Erie canals. On the occasion of the Festival, the Liminal Camera journeys to Chicago to probe the state of the American dream. The result, monumentally scaled black-and-white prints, will go on view at the DePaul Art Museum in May 2015.

Climb inside the Liminal Camera! Watch the artists at work as they develop new prints from their time in Chicago.

Millennium Park – Chase Promenade (near The Bean)
November 1, 12:30 – 3:30 p.m.

This project is presented in collaboration with the Chicago Humanities Festival. 

Liminal Camera @ Northwestern Law School **NOTE CHANGE**

A mobile camera made out of a shipping container, the Liminal Camera is one of the most ambitious art projects underway today. Traversing the country by land and by water—from the back of a flatbed truck and via barge—it has explored vast regions of the American West and the Hudson and Erie canals. On the occasion of the Festival, the Liminal Camera journeys to Chicago to probe the state of the American dream. The result, monumentally scaled black-and-white prints, will go on view at the DePaul Art Museum in May 2015.

Climb inside the Liminal Camera! Watch the artists at work as they develop new prints from their time in Chicago.

Northwestern Law School – Thorne Auditorium
375 E Chicago Ave
Chicago, IL
November 2, 12 p.m. – 2 p.m.

This project is presented in collaboration with the Chicago Humanities Festival. 

Ursa Ensemble: Collaboration in Concert

Saturday, Nov 8th, 2014. 2 p.m.

Collaboration In Concert with Miranda Thomas

Ursa Ensemble presents the next installment of its innovative Collaboration In Concert with guest visual artist, Miranda Thomas. An experienced teacher, Miranda will give the audience a quick-and-dirty introduction to her style of art. The audience will then be challenged to create their own work using Miranda’s techniques, inspired by the music of Ursa Ensemble. After the performance, the audience is invited to stay for a small reception and discuss the music and their creations with each other, Miranda, and the members of Ursa Ensemble. For more information, please visit ursaensemble.com.

Free and open to the public.