Local Metrics: Majeed, Mooses, Myrie features the works from the 2011-12 artists-in-residence with Arts & Public Life and the Center for the Study of Race, Politics and Culture. The exhibition is on display in the Logan Center Gallery through Aug. 5.
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’Local Metrics: Majeed, Mooses, Myrie’ opening reception
Local Metrics featured artists will join Hamza Walker and Theaster Gates for a public gallery talk at 6:30 p.m. July 17.
Sculptor Faheem Majeed (left) of Chicago's South Side works in metal and other materials to draw attention to culturally specific institutions.
These pieces are part of the work of Faheem Majeed, who will hold a public conversation at the Logan Center Gallery at 6 p.m. Aug. 1.
Cathy Alva Mooses has a storefront studio in the Pilsen neighborhood, where she is doing research on a pre-Columbian paper-making process to inform her work on immigration and the commodification of culture.
These papers are part of the work of Cathy Alva Mooses, who will hold a public conversation at the Logan Center Gallery at 6 p.m. July 23.
Artist Eliza Myrie (right) of Chicago's Rogers Park neighborhood works with small objects that are otherwise discarded.
This stack of broadsides is part of Eliza Myrie's work. Myrie will hold a public conversation at the Logan Center Gallery at 6 p.m. July 11.
Jessica Stockholder, chair of the Department of Visual Arts (center), speaks with Hamza Walker of the Renaissance Society (right) and Julie Marie Lemon, program director of the Arts and Science initiative, during the opening reception.
A opening reception held June 29 at the Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts featured new works by local artists-in-residence in UChicago's Arts & Public Life initiative and the Center for the Study of Race, Politics & Culture.
Local Metrics: Majeed, Mooses, Myrie, on view through Aug. 5 at the Logan Center Gallery, is the culmination of Faheem Majeed , Cathy Alva Mooses and Eliza Myrie — residents of South Shore, Pilsen and Rogers Park respectively. Each artist has developed their disctinct arts practices and perspectives over the last year as artists-in-residents, working with faculty staff and students at UChicago.
The Renaissance Society's Hamza Walker, who helped organize the show, will join the artists and Theaster Gates, Arts & Public Life director, in a 7 p.m. gallery talk on July 17 at the Logan Center Gallery.
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