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Institutionalized

7/15/2014 12:00 AM
8/28/2014 12:00 AM

10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday or by appointment
The President’s Gallery at Harold Washington College presents “Institutionalized,” an art exhibition featuring work that explores different institutions – from mental health institutions to the frameworks around consumer culture. The six artists, Robert Ives, Matt Bodett, Edwin Parker, Gabrielle Jensen, David Merrick, and Yatsu Sada, are part of Alogia Projects, a group with the goal to make challenging and financially accessible artwork. In this exhibition, the artists explore various institutions using photography, sculpture, drawing, printmaking, collage, and text-based works.

Harold Washington College offers strong programs in many art disciplines including visual arts – 2D, 3D, Architecture, Digital Multimedia, Photography and Printmaking. Each year, Harold Washington College’s curator puts on multiple exhibitions in the President’s Gallery, featuring diverse work from regional, national and international artists and providing students with an opportunity to interact with professional artists. Also, each semester, a series of artists are invited to Harold Washington College to give talks about their work and provide workshops for students. For more information, call the Harold Washington College art department at (312) 553-5738, or visit pedestrianproject.org​. 

Alogia Projects was formed with the idea that art belongs to experience, that the moment of seeing places one in communication. Not all artwork moves or transcends, but artwork can improve and refine the habits of life. Alogia Projects artists are dedicated to making artwork accessible to all who wish to participate.  For more information, visit alogiaprojects.org​​.​ 

Contact Information

Jason Pallas
Phone: 
(312) 553-5738
President's Gallery (Room 1105)
30 E. Lake St.
 
Chicago, IL 60601
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