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July 8–September 11, 2022
Over 30 artists’ works have been gathered by curator Tracie D. Hall to demonstrate the overall effect of the AIR program at APL/CSRPC. The exhibition will include a wide spectrum of alumni performances, panels, and multimedia pieces.
The summer of All That Light companion programming will begin on July 8 and play on the various connotations of light, including making things visible, illuminating or igniting, and something that is readily carried. We cordially encourage you to engage in online and live events that further examine the artistic practices and output of the participants in the residency program’s first 10 years.
Visit artsandpubliclife.org for regular updates on additional programs, tours, deep dives, and much more!
Participating artists: Yaw Agyeman, AQ, LeRoy Bach, David Boykin, Jarvis Boyland, Greg Bray, Brandon Breaux, Ayana Contreras, Delano Dunn, Stephen Flemister, Krista Franklin, Ben LaMar Gay, James T. Green, Andres L. Hernandez, David Leggett, Nazafarin Lotfi, Faheem Majeed, Victoria Martinez, A.J. McClenon, Cecil McDonald, Jr., Alva Mooses, eliza myrie, Lola Ayisha Ogbara, zakkiyyah najeebah dumas o’neal, Tomeka Reid, Amina Ross, Arif Smith, Cauleen Smit, Anna Martine Whitehead
All That Light: A Ten Year Retrospective of the Artists-in-Residence Program (2012–2022) is presented by Logan Center Exhibitions, Arts + Public Life, and the Center for the Study of Race, Politics and Culture. It is made possible by support from Raymond Iwanowski and Erica Noble, the City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events, the Illinois Arts Council, as well as the Revada Foundation, The Reva and David Logan Foundation, and friends of the Logan Center.
Opening: July 8, 6–8pm, RSVP here
Arts Incubator, Arts + Public Life, remarks & toast at 6:30pm / Logan Center Exhibitions, Reva & David Logan Center for the Arts, remarks & toast at 7:30pm
Performance showcase: Friday, September 9, 7–8:30pm, RSVP here
Performance Hall, Reva & David Logan Center for the Arts
During the closing weekend of All That Light, audiences are invited to a culminating performance showcase featuring some of the artists who have participated in the Artists-in-Resident program. The evening includes live music, performance, poetry and film. This ticketed event is free and open to the public. Reservations will be required.
Closing curator’s tour: Sunday, September 11, 2–5pm, RSVP here
On the closing day of the All That Light exhibition, guests will have the opportunity to join curator Tracie D. Hall and artist Cecil McDonald (AIR 12-13) in a final tour and conversation through both gallery locations. 2–2:30pm at Arts Incubator / 3:30–4pm at Logan Center.
Learn more about All That Light‘s organizers: Arts + Public Life / The Center for the Study of Race, Politics, and Culture / Logan Center Exhibitions
Arts + Public Life’s Arts Incubator Gallery
301 E Garfield Blvd
Hours: Wednesday–Saturday noon–7pm
Logan Center Exhibitions
915 E 60th Street
Hours: Tuesday–Saturday 9am–9pm, Sunday 11am–9pm
Free shuttles will run between the venues.
Logan Center Exhibitions
Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts
915 E. 60th Street, 1st Floor
Chicago, Illinois 60637
Hours: Tuesday–Saturday 9am–9pm,
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