Featuring works by Aushra Abouzeid, Megan Amal, Gwyneth Anderson, Janet Austin, Alan Baker, Bruce Church with Jessica Feith and Laura Miracle, Simon Belleau, George Berlin, Jessica Bingham, Mike Blissett, Madeleine Virginia Brown, Michael D. Brown, Peter Burgess, Kelly Burns, Harald Busch, Nicola Buttari, Karen Y. Chan, Julietta Cheung, Collabobo, Alicia Craft, David Craft, David Curry, Vadim Dadiomov, Carolina Fernandez Del Dago, Leigh Anthony Dehaney, Gary Duehr, Taylor Ervin, Adam Farcus, Leah Floyd and Cristina Molina, Traci Fowler, Anton Fromm and Philip Modest Schambelan, Snow Yunxue Fu, Shahira Hammad, Nick Fury, Yhelena Hall, Erin Hayden, Sylvie Hayes-Wallace, Mauricio Herrero, Ruth Hodgins, Cynthia Hsieh, Sarra Jahedi, Kara Johnson, Jonathan Kaiser, Jared Kelley, Dave Kennedy, Joshua Kent, Natalie Kling, Thomas Kong, Craig Kraft, Dorothy Krakauer and Diane Ponder, Gabrielle Kroese, Beatriz Ledesma, Léon XLVII, Laurie LeBreton, Sarah Lu, Kera MacKenzie and Robert MacKenzie, Srinivas Mangipudi, Nathan Margoni, Alexander Martin, Martha Morimoto, Liam O’Connor, Andre Pace, Klaus Pinter, Tim Porter, Martin Pranga, Jason Ramey, Maddie Reyna, Emily Schulert, Eva Mae Sedjo, Luke Gerard Shemroske, Madhuri Shukla, Larry Shure, Jean Smith, Nathan Smith and Kristin Abhalter, Sanaz Sohrabi, Elena Solomon, Rebecca Spangenthal, Nectarios Stamatopoulos, Marc Sullivan, Ruby Thorkelson, Giuseppe Zanoni, Nick Van Zanten, Angelina Voskopoulos, Sara Willadsen, Chris Wille, Gary Wiseman, and others.
Blueprints at Chicago Industrial Arts & Design Center will explore and celebrate the initial ideas that provide the spark for creative projects. An open call for submissions will remain active throughout the run of the exhibit, ending July 2, 2016 – ciadc.org/blueprints-submissions
Chicago Industrial Arts & Design Center is a 501(c)(3), non-profit organization with a mission to provide education, working access, and community to 3D object makers working with materials and processes requiring industrial workspace, shop tools, and specialized skill sets. For more information on the organization, please visit CIADC.ORG
This exhibition is being organized in collaboration with Roman Susan, a not-for-profit organization with a mission to develop and support new, locally-focused opportunities to display, create, and experience art in Rogers Park. For more information on the organization, please visit ROMANSUSAN.ORG