Sun, Dec 05|
Hyde Park Art Center Sundays
Join Hyde Park Art Center for the final Center Sundays of 2021! Every first Sunday of the month, Hyde Park Art Center is activated with activities throughout the center for the public, neighbors, and families.
Time & Location
Dec 05, 2021, 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Chicago, 5020 S Cornell Ave, Chicago, IL 60615, USA
About the event
Join Hyde Park Art Center for the final Center Sundays of 2021! Every first Sunday of the month, Hyde Park Art Center is activated with activities throughout the center for the public, neighbors, and families. Join us for a family friendly filled day with inter generational art making activities, artist workshops, artist talks, and more! *This event will require proof of vaccination or a negative Covid Test to attend.
Drop in Programs 1-4pm Join us for the final Open Studios of the year with our current Radicle Resident Artists and Guida Creative Wing Artists. Visit with our artists and learn more about their practice! Family Art making Activity 1-4pm Join us for our Winter art making activity and create snow people out of construction paper with teaching artist Lisa Tasner! School and Studio Holiday Art Sale Join us for our Annual Holiday Oakman Clinton School and Studio Sale featuring art, ceramics and pieces from students in our school and studio programs. Grab the perfect art piece or gift this holiday season! Timed Programs Candace Hunter Presents A “Brown Limbed Girls” Performance 1:30 -2:15pm Join Creative Wing Artist, Candace Hunter and an ensemble of performers who will bring her popular art series, “Brown Limbed Girls,” to life live at the Hyde Park Art Center. Candace Hunter began the “Brown Limbed Girls” series of collages during 2020’s lockdown. These whimsical and carefree brown girls were created to be aspirational and to provide hope that life would be filled with joy again. “Brown Limbed Girls” have also been used on billboards throughout the Chicago area to spread COVID awareness. The Day I Met the Sun: Turiyasangitananda Listening Session with Resident Artist Devin Mays 2:30 – 3:15:pm Kanter-McCormick Gallery Please join us for an event by resident artist Devin T. Mays who will present a listening session as ritual inspired by the music and artistic practice of Turiyasangitananda, the Sanskrit name of jazz musician Alice Coltrane. Conceived as both an offering and meditation, Mays will share reflections on each musical selection, which we will experience collectively. This program is in partnership with Black Arts Consortium, Northwestern. Film Screening of “Alice Street” Documentary and Talkback 3:30-5pm Join former Resident Artist, Desi Mundo, for a screening of his film “Alice Street,” followed by a talkback discussion about gentrification and displacement. “Alice Street,” tells the story of two artists and they form an unlikely partnership to paint their most ambitious mural to date in Oakland’s downtown, ground zero for gentrification. The mural is dedicated to the diverse cultural artists that intersect on the corner, who are threatened by displacement. As the mural paint dries, a luxury condo is planned that will obstruct the art and cultural history.