Join the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) for the third and final discussion on how to build an anti-racist art ecosystem. For this conversation we’ll convene a panel of thought leaders from throughout the international art industry, raise necessary questions and propose actions toward anti-racist practices in art production, exhibition, administration, and education. Wednesday, April 12
112 S. Michigan Avenue PANELISTS
, Curator, Writer and founder of in-tangible institute, Chiang Mai Victoria Noorthoorn
, Director of the Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires Smooth Nzewi
, Curator in the Department of Painting and Sculpture Vipash Purichanont
, Curator and Lecturer at Silpakorn University in Thailand Gio Swaby
, interdisciplinary visual artist currently represented by Claire Oliver Gallery
This event is free and open to the public. Additional panelists and moderators will be confirmed in the coming weeks so check the event page for updates. Register Here
SAIC’s Toward an Anti-Racist Art Ecosystem conference series consists of three dialogues on anti-racism featuring art and design industry leaders from various backgrounds, including art and design education, museum practices, galleries, auction houses, practicing artists, and more. The first of the three events in the spring of 2021 focused on Chicago’s art ecosystem. The second event in fall 2022 broadened the scope to include nationally-based leaders in the arts.
The Toward an Anti-Racist Art Ecosystem Conference Series is generously supported by Hindman Auctions.
Persons with disabilities requesting accommodations should visit saic.edu/access