at Hyde Park Art Center
December 12, 2021 – March 20, 2022
NBC 5 Chicago www.nbcchicago.com/top-videos-home/hyde-park-art-exhibit-examines-how-to-build-a-better-world/2708606
Fox 32 Chicago News www.fox32chicago.com/video/1019018
Bad at Sports www.badatsports.com/2022/episode-791-asha-iman-veal-tulika-ladsariya-and-mike-nourse
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featuring: Cecilia Beaven Gallegos, Dorothy Burge, Cathleen Campbell, Teresita Carson, Jonathan Castillo (l and r), Jason Dunda, Sarabeth Dunton, Tanya Gill, Brooke Hummer, Janis Kanter, Mayumi Lake, Percy Lam, D. Lammie-Hanson, Frances Lee, JeeYeun Lee, Cydney Lewis, Susannah Papish, Monika Plioplyte, Monica Rickert-Bolter, and Allison Svoboda
Over the course of a year, The Center Program’s dedicated resources of a supportive peer network, guest artists, gallerists, and critics, and arts professionals uniquely pushes each individual within the cohort to evolve his/her/their practice—while concurrently addressing tough, self-generated questions that exist beyond the art space. This annual exhibition introduces strong new work that often determines exciting new directions and national/global platforms for Chicago-based artists. As a program and workshop of collective support, Center Program offers a select group of artists the unique opportunity to develop new work, engage in structured critique, and build towards a dynamic group presentation at the Art Center.
This year's twenty artists brings their personhood to individual lens to visual inquiries on: police brutality, the female body as monument, freedom of protest, conservation, class inequity, human migration, mortality, mental health, and indigenous visibility and rights.
Hyde Park Art Exhibit Examines How to Build a Better World, NBC5 December 15, 2021