Exploring the Grahamlener Bilbraoducers Commons Workshop
Saturday, December 7, 10 a.m.–12 p.m.
Exploring the Grahamlener Bilbraoducers Commons
Cultural ReProducers with Hui-min Tsen
Hosted at Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts (4 W Burton Place, Chicago IL 60610)
Thank you for your interest in the upcoming free workshop with The Weaving Mill presented in conjunction with the exhibition Tatiana Bilbao Estudio: Unraveling Modern Living at the Graham Foundation. This family event is recommended for all ages.
No artistic experience is required for the workshop, though willingness to participate in discussions and hands-on artistic activities is expected. All supplies are provided. Please email
with any questions.
Come explore the Graham Foundation! Participants will be given a diverse range of prompts and sent out to interact with the historic Madlener House and Tatiana Bilbao's exhibition, Unraveling Modern Living. What will you discover? How will you perceive the building? On return from your explorations, your tales and impressions will be woven into the broader story of the building and some of Tatiana Bilbao's ideas. This family event is recommended for all ages.
Hui-min Tsen is a photo-based, interdisciplinary artist whose work contemplates the spatial and mental landscapes residing in the gap between Here and There. In projects ranging from walking tours to boat building to works on paper, she uses research and observation to interweave stories of history and the collective imagination with our everyday experience of place and the unknown. Tsen received a BFA from the Tisch School of the Arts, and an MFA from School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She has exhibited and published with the Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago Artist's Coalition, MDW Fair, and Sector 2337, among others. Her book, "The Pedway of Today" was published by Green Lantern Press in 2013. She currently teaches photography at Loyola University.
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