Sporadic Democracy is a culmination of a year-long exploration of how communities come together and fall apart, how public space is shaped, and wide-ranging experimentations with artistic forms appropriate to these questions.
Bringing together a range of rarely seen objects, films, and ephemera from personal and institutional collections, The Marvelous is Free presents a landscape of art and activism that includes the Black Arts Movement, Queer Liberation, the struggle for Latina/o civil rights, and more.
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The Luminary Residency applications are now open and due Tuesday, September 1 for all 2016 residencies.Read More
“If you’re looking for justice, that’s just what you’ll find, just us.”
– Richard Pryor
Temporary Art Review
Each August, we take a short hiatus from new posts to highlight our archive and prepare future features. Catch up on our intersectionality feature and keep watch for our forthcoming feature on artist-centric networks.Read More
First published in OOMK, Lena Mohamed writes about her experience travelling from London to Chicago earlier this year to attend the Incite! Colour of Violence 4 conference, ‘Beyond the State: Inciting Transformative Possibilities’Read More
Farfetched presents Brave New World 2015, the collective's annual showcase, on Friday, September 25. Doors at 7:00 pm, show at 8:00 pm. Tickets $7 adv, $10 dos. Buy tickets here.
On Tuesday, September 8 Second Tuesdays presents a monthly storytelling event featuring origin stories. The event starts at 7:00 pm. Free and open to the public.