Hyde Park Arts Center, Extended Self: Transformations and Connections
October 12, 2019 – January 19, 2020
December 8th 1-4pm Second Sundays
Create block printed portraits of your family based on Public Weigh In, a performance by artist, Jessica Mueller and her children Alexandra and Ricardo. Jessica, Alexandra, and Ricardo will guide you through inking linoleum blocks and composing abstract family portraits.
Opening Reception October 12, 3-5pm with performance by Jessica Mueller, Alexandra and Ricardo Munguia-Mueller at 4pm.
Features artwork by a diverse group of artists at various stages of art-making and parenting. All works included in the show reveal the physical engagement of the body of the artist as a mother – in metaphor, form, process, image, data or motion. This is a unifying yet divergent premise, allowing for a diversity of work and of artists. Work in the show is grouped in intimate “conversations,” illuminating the importance of having other artist mother role models, and of building a community to support each other through the challenges of parenting and maintaining a creative practice. Organized by Extended Practice.
WOMEN’S CAUCUS FOR ART
2020 Juried National Exhibition: Collectively Shifting
January 17 – February 21, 2020
Reception: Friday, February 14, 2020 5-7 PM
The exhibition is part of the WCA’s national conference Intersectionality at Columbia College in Chicago.
Individuals do not have a singular identity, especially when we consider who we are and how we are. Rather we have numerous ways that we identify ourselves including race, class, gender, sexuality, age, and (dis)ability.
Maternal Journal 2
November 24th, 2019 Release Party at Red Dirt Studios, 4051 34th St, Mt Rainier MD
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MJ2 is a 110 page Risograph printed artbook in an edition of 300. It was compiled from an open call and co-edited by artist Leslie Holt and AMS creator, Amy Hughes Braden. Rebecca Pauline Jampol, co-Director of PES, designed and printed MJ2 as a part of the PES Feminist Incubator. The first issue of Maternal Journal was released in November 2018 as an accompaniment to the AMS residency at Washington Project for the Arts.
Spread from MJ2 | Left: Camila Ussa Villamil | Right: Tsedaye Makonnen, photo by Ayana Evans
MotherArt: Revisited presents Interruptions with LonArt at Sheroes Revoluciones
Ugly Duck, 47/49 Tanner Street, London
The Chicago ACT Collective @ Grabolandia // Instituto Graphico de Chicago
November 17th, 2019
National Museum of Mexican Art
SECAC, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
From Houston to Chicago; Rethinking Sustainable Art Practices as Mother Artists
October 19, 2019
Panel sponsored by Watkins College: Exploring the Third (or Thousandth) Way of Being/Becoming/Sustaining Life as an Artist
Chair: Artist and Professor Jodi Hays
Photo Credit: Kaylan Buteyn, Artist Mother Podcast
Recipient of UTC Art Award for Equity and Inclusion
October 12, 2019
6-11pm at Co Prosperity Sphere
Artist Parent Index // A searchable database of Artists, Exhibits, and Resources exploring Reproduction and Care taking
Collective Terrain // Inaugural Issue // December 2018
Forefronting art that expresses Humanity’s complicated relationship to land
MFA Thesis Exhibition at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago July 13-29
Opening July 12, 2018 6-8pm (live performance at 7:15pm)
Sullivan Galleries, 33 S. State Street, 7th floor, Chicago
Peeling off the Grey
The Chicago ACT Collective
National Museum of Mexican Art
May 11 – October 7, 2018
An exhibition picking, prying and peeling off the layers of gentrification in Pilsen. To expose, let breathe, and share with others what the turmoil and dismantling of a community’s heart looks and feels like. Shown through the work of each artist and activist, the different experiences, documentation, reactions and actions towards defending and protecting neighborhoods like Pilsen.
Es una exposición que pica, arranca y despelleja las capas del gentrificación en Pilsen. Para sacar a la luz, respiremos y compartamos con otros como la agitación y el desmantelamiento del corazón de una comunidad se ve y se siente. Mostrado a través del trabajo de cada artista y activista, las diferentes experiencias, documentación, reacciones y acciones están dirigidas a defender y proteger vecindarios como Pilsen.
August 2018, Publication of the first Mother Art: Revisited Journal featuring prose, poetry, and visual work from the members of Mother Art: Revisited. Updates to follow!
Mother Art: Revisited
C.C.’s Art Garage, Bridgeport
February 16, 2018 6-9pm