Apr 18th 2017

Join us for a series of special gatherings of scholars, activists, and leaders from the Lakota Nation’s Standing Rock protest against the “Dakota Access Pipeline” #NoDAPL

April 18th, 4:15-6:00PM
UIC Gallery 400 & Great Space
400 S Peoria St, Chicago, IL 60607

The Intersectionality Critique Exchange (ICE) program creates safe, open, and engaging environments for discussing art across disciplines, identities, and histories. ICE offers a place for our community to come together in a more intimate critique setting. Critiques are open to artists at all levels however participants can join the conversations without presenting work. Works in progress are also encouraged to be presented for constructive dialogues.

ICE Special Guests
>>> Standing Rock Lakota Nation Leaders <<>> DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: April 16th <<<
Interested in showing work? Email documentation and brief project statement to maffai@artic.edu with subject heading: "Submission to Standing Rock ICE."

For more information about #StandingRock and the #NoDAPL protest please join us for:
TEACH-IN: PANEL DISCUSSION April 17th, 4:15-6:00PM

Voices from Standing Rock: Teach-In


This public event is hosted by
The School of the Art Institute’s Office of Multicultural Affairs
in collaboration with
The University of Illinois Chicago, Gallery 400, and Trickster Art Gallery

Special thanks to Donald J. Pollack, amongst others who made these connections possible.

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