Drawing Plans for the Next American Revolution | Dan S. Wang | July 16th, 5:30pm-9:30pm



Drawing Plans for the Next American Revolution.
Dan will guide students in a reading of “A Job Ain’t The Answer,” a short pamphlet written and disseminated by Jimmy and Grace Lee Boggs in the 1980s, and lead a discussion about current political conditions. Participants will then think through the future by drawing free form lists, charts, maps, and diagrams.

Drawing supplies provided. Feel free to bring your preferred drawing media and/or preferred paper, enough for an afternoon of drawing. And your preferred tools: straight edge, templates, compass, erasers, etc. Evening snacks provided!

Bring a pamphlet, article, or book to pass around, so as to put more ideas and issues into the mix.

Ages 16 and up, limited to 12 people.

Upon registration, you will be sent a link to the reading for the course.


Artist Bio

Dan S. Wang (b. 1968) is a writer, organizer, blogger, and printmedia artist living in Madison, Wisconsin, USA. Dan’s texts have been published internationally in journals, exhibition catalogues, and book collections. His art projects circulate constantly in functional activist settings and through artist-run networks. Along with seven others he co-founded Mess Hall, the renowned experimental cultural space in Chicago that operated from 2003-2013, and regularly works in groups, including in Compass, Red76, and Madison Mutual Drift. For the year 2013 Dan was named a Fellow in Arts and Culture Leadership from the Rockwood Leadership Institute of Oakland, California.