A look at the complete lineup for the Chicago Archives + Artists Festival: Art Design Chicago Edition at Read/Write Library on July 13-14th.
A call for writers, photographers, and guest editors for 9-month, neighborhood residency around artists’ responses to and the impacts of incarceration and the criminal legal system in Chicago.
Two panel discussions that consider how space, architecture, and art are all used together as tools for decolonizing narratives and also for uplifting and sometimes displacing communities.
The opening night of the Chicago Archives + Artists Festival features the screening of a new video work from a collaboration between Media Burn and On the Real Film.
A call for you, Chicago’s cultural community, to help us continue to build an archive of our city’s art and artists.
A three-day festival of all things archiving and community autonomy in documentation, storytelling, and arts writing.
Volunteer for the Chicago Archives + Artists Festival and learn some community archiving skills from Read/Write Library in the process.
An archivist tête-à-tête with Stacie Williams and Analú López on the significance of and strategies for artists and activists to document their work.
Join us on April 22nd for a panel featuring Jane Beachy (Salonathon), Rae Chardonnay (Party Noire), Ciera McKissick (AmFm), Aay Preston Myint (Chances Dances), Eric Williams (The Silver Room), moderated by Abra Johnson (Honey Pot Performance).
Projects and events to keep an eye out for from Sixty this spring.
Get a first look at the episodes of Transition To Power, the latest documentary film series by On The Real Film on artists in the election aftermath.
A series of gatherings that bring together arts and culture writers, platform-builders and media-makers in Chicago, launching in 2017.
Facing many great obstacles towards progress in our society, we look to artists to illuminate the path forward.
On Aug 10th, artists share insight on ways they thoughtfully work across and within different communities.
Sixty creates a collaboration among friends at Mana Contemporary in Pilsen.
We at Sixty want to thank you all for coming out to “What’s Your Art?” Celebrating the Art Centers of Chicago. You could have been anywhere in the city and you chose to come celebrate with us and WBEZ!