Archeworks and New Forms of Collectivity in the City Workshop Expression of Interest Form
Wednesday, November 13, 12–2 p.m.
Archeworks and New forms of Collectivity in the City
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 Archeworks presented in conjunction with the exhibition Tatiana Bilbao Estudio: Unraveling Modern Living at the Graham Foundation.
Space for this workshop is extremely limited. Please complete the fields below to register interest in participating. Note that submitting this form does not guarantee a reservation. No artistic experience is required for the workshop, though willingness to participate in discussions is expected. All supplies are provided.
with any questions.
Building upon 25 years of teaching the power of design to tackle social, cultural, and environmental challenges in Chicago, Archeworks—a free alternative school founded by Stanley Tigerman and Eva Maddox—hosts a conversation with local practitioners to define new opportunities around the idea of collectivity in the city. Join local practitioners for a discussion addressing topics close to the institution’s mission such as universal design and accessibility to community health, local food systems, and sustainable land use.
Archeworks mission is to use the power of design to challenge social, cultural and environmental challenges in Chicago. Founded in 1994 by architect Stanley Tigerman and designer Eva Maddox, Archeworks has collaborated with over 80 partners and completed more than 80 design projects in communities throughout Chicago. Past partners include community organizations, urban farms, advocacy groups, healthcare organizations, schools, municipalities, and cultural institutions. These collaborative design projects have addressed subjects ranging from universal design and accessibility to community health, local food systems, and sustainable land use.
Image: Thomas Chiu, Good City Group, The Last Mile, 2015, Chicago. Courtesy of Archeworks.
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