A writing workshop for Red Line Service attendees who want to explore writing their own art histories. This event is free and open to the public, with a special invitation to people with a lived experience of homelessness.
This is for Red Line Service attendees who have made the commitment to attending all of the Art Histories series.
Red Line Service is led by people with a lived experience of being unhoused. Red Line Service wields art world resources to build community, generating the sense of belonging and mutual care essential to securing and retaining housing. We collaborate with artists and cultural institutions to expand access to the art world, avowing that art can break the bonds of ingrained social roles and structures and forge new realities in which all can flourish.
Red Line Service: Art Histories is a series of lectures and conversations presented as part of Art Design Chicago Now, an initiative funded by the Terra Foundation for American Art that amplifies the voices of Chicago's diverse creatives, past and present, and explores the essential role they play in shaping the now.
RSVP through the checkout system is required.
A meal will be provided.