Come couples, come brothers and sisters, come parents and children, come grandparents and grandchildren!
Join Alberto Aguilar with your family to participate in an extraordinary art adventure that includes drawing outdoors, making a public art intervention in the surrounding UIC neighborhoods, and taking a tour from an artist’s curious perspective that will end with a surprise.
Meet at Lobby of 400 South Peoria at UIC Art & Exhibition Hall
This is an all ages class, limited to 16 people each class.
The same workshop is held on both dates, so please sign up for just one.
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Alberto Aguilar is currently a tenured instructor of studio art at Harold Washington College in Chicago and coordinates Pedestrian Project, an initiative dedicated to making art accessible to people from all walks of life. Aguilar’s current practice merges his various roles in an attempt to capture fleeting moments, personal discoveries, and his interaction with others in tangible form. Aguilar challenges the notion of public and private space as well as what role family plays in relation to the art making practice. He has presented in the Queens Museum in New York, and has given guest lectures at the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, and the Kansas City Art Institute.