Directors’ Cut: Theaster Gates, Jacqueline Stewart, + Adrienne Brown in Conversation
Moderated by Tracie Hall, Executive Director of the American Library Association
April 22, 7pm | Zoom Webinar | Register here
director’s cut - di·rec·tor's cut (noun) - a version of a film that matches the director's original intentions and vision, released after the first studio version.
In Year 10, Arts + Public Life Directors reflect on a decade of neighborhood-based arts production that catalyzed ambitious physical transformations and intentional programmatic expansion on Chicago’s South Side. Theaster Gates, Jacqueline Stewart, and Adrienne Brown are joined by Tracie Hall to unpack ten years of leadership and stewardship as the Directors of APL.
Arts + Public Life (APL), an initiative of UChicago Arts, provides platforms for artists and access to arts programming through artist residencies, arts education, creative entrepreneurship, and artist-led programs and exhibitions. APL advances and promotes a robust, collaborative, and evolving relationship between the University of Chicago and the South Side’s vibrant civic, cultural, and artistic communities.
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