Floating Archive Exhibition Reception:
Sunday, September 11th
12 – 6 PM
9801 S. Avenue G
Chicago, IL 60617
M-F, 8AM – 9PM
Floating Museum presents a new public art installation and project titled Floating Archive that prototypes a pavilion sculpture in Calumet Park on Chicago’s southeast side. The work is a platform for engagement with art and community programming, responding to the neighborhood’s rich history with installations, exhibitions, and changing architectures based on participant’s and partner’s interests.
Project partners include the DuSable Museum, Chicago Park District, the Southeast Chicago Historical Society, The Arts Palette, and the Art Institute of Chicago’s Education Department.
This is Floating Museum’s first public art structure and will eventually move through Chicago and up the Chicago River to DuSable Park.
Public Programming Calendar
Sunday, September 11th, 12pm – 6pm
Exhibition reception and cook out
Art installation by Roman Villarreal
Building exercise with SkyArt
Sunday, September 18th, 12pm – 4pm
Southeast Chicago Historical Society unfurling and art installation
Introduction of Dan Peterman installation
(TBD) Breaking Bread Community Meal
Floating Museum is a project founded by artists Faheem Majeed, Jeremiah Hulsebos-Spofford and designer Andrew Schachman and is designed to challenge traditional ideas of museums and blends creative place-making, activism and exhibition design.