FRIDAY, JULY 20 / 11 AM – 4 PM

Participatory Walk Through the Art Center

5/6/2018 / 1:30pm - 2:30pm

*Reservations required
Limited to 15 participants

“The Spontaneous In-Between” explores the relationships between art, the individual, and the collective
Designed and led by artists: Mia Farrell, Patricia Reeves, Tiffany Sinnott

“The Spontaneous In-Between” is the result of an intensive week-long workshop exploring the art form of a “participatory walk” with Todd Shalom, an artist featured in the current exhibition Wanderlust: Actions, Traces, Journeys 1967 – 2017.

Of the walk’s debut in March, Education Director Jill Featherstone said, “This is unlike anything I have ever experienced in the museum. It bonded me with artwork through a completely new method—rather than by text, art history, or even dialogue—this felt like I was a part of the artwork, exploring it psychically through both my lived experiences and the terms created by the work itself. I highly recommend this walk for anyone curious about what being inside an artwork might feel like—it was inventive, thoughtful, and fun!"

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Location Information:
Meet in the Art Center lobby

2018-05-06 13:30:00 2018-05-06 14:30:00 America/Chicago Participatory Walk Through the Art Center *Reservations required Limited to 15 participants “The Spontaneous In-Between” explores the relationships between art, the individual, and the collective Designed and led by artists: Mia Farrell, Patricia Reeves, Tiffany Sinnott “The Spontaneous In-Between” is the result of an intensive week-long workshop exploring the art form of a “participatory walk” with Todd Shalom, an artist featured in the current exhibition Wanderlust: Actions, Traces, Journeys 1967 – 2017 . Of the walk’s debut in March, Education Director Jill Featherstone said, “This is unlike anything I have ever experienced in the museum. It bonded me with artwork through a completely new method—rather than by text, art history, or even dialogue—this felt like I was a part of the artwork, exploring it psychically through both my lived experiences and the terms created by the work itself. I highly recommend this walk for anyone curious about what being inside an artwork might feel like—it was inventive, thoughtful, and fun!" Make Reservations Meet in the Art Center lobby

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