Opening Wednesday, February 19th, from 6:30PM - 8PM
Please join us on Wednesday, February 19th from 6:30 pm-8:00 pm to learn more about Threewalls’ expanded Research and Development (RaD) Lab+Outside the Walls Fellowship for Chicago-based ALAANA (African, Latinx, Asian, Arab and Native American) artists and creatives.
This will be our final info session before applications close on February 29th.
For 2020, Threewalls will award 10 fellows with grants of $25,000 towards research that engages their neighborhoods and community areas in the development of a project. Threewalls will also award 2 nonprofits/creative projects with $25,000 for operational support. We are looking for radical ideas that reimagine a racially just society.
For this final info session, in addition to learning more about Threewalls, you will also have the opportunity to discuss the fellowship program application. We welcome your questions.
Light refreshments will be served. Parents are welcome to bring their children. There will be ASL interpretation available. A microphone will be used for amplification. Service animals are permitted. We ask that everyone attending please refrain from using scented products. Our space is barrier free.
Threewalls is located at 2738 West North Avenue near the northeast corner of California Avenue, along the North Avenue (#72) and California Avenue (#52) bus routes.
We strive to host events that enable all individuals to participate fully. For any additional questions about accessibility, please contact us via phone at 773-661-1823 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please RSVP for the info session by February 18th.
You may want to review the FAQ section on our website prior to the event. http://three-walls.org/faq/
Here is a link to the program page where you can find the application: https://three-walls.org/programs/rad-lab/
[An image from Nia Easley’s Outside the Walls project it’s just ok in Chicago’s Avondale neighborhood.
On a sunny outdoor day on a street corner, Nia stands center left of a stop sign wearing red and speaking to approximately 30 diverse members of a walking tour near the shaded area of a brown brick building.
photo by Milo Bosh, 2019]