DePaul Art Museum – March Public Programs

Here are some public programs for you to check out!

TONIGHT!
March 3, 5:30pm at the
CHICAGO HISTORY MUSEUM
OUT AT CHM: ART, AIDS, AND ACTIVISM IN CHICAGO

One day this kid will get larger artist Oli Rodriguez will be a panelist along with John Neff, Mary Patten and Alisa Swindell for the “Out at CHM: Art, Aids, and Activism” program being hosted by the Chicago History Museum this Friday, March 3rd at 5:30pm.

General Admission: $20
Members and Students: $15


March 8, 1pm
The Many Faces of Vincent de Paul Curator’s Lecture

Join us as guest-curator Rev. Edward R. Udovic, CM, PhD, will deliver a lecture on the current exhibition The Many Faces of Vincent de Paul: Nineteenth-Century French Romanticism and the Sacred.

Free and open to everyone, but space is  limited.
Please register in advance.


March 8, 5:30pm
Four Saints in Three Acts Artist’s Talk: Rodrigo Lara Zendejas

Rodrigo Lara Zendejas, creator of the large-scale installation Chapel (2015) featured in Four Saints in Three Acts will speak about the development of his dramatic sculptures.

Free and open to everyone, but space is  limited.
Please register in advance.


March 9, 3pm
Lecture & Concert: Virgil Thomsen’s “Portraits”
Join DePaul Music School Professor Jeffrey Kowalkowski and his MUS-102 Composition and Sound Art class for an informal lecture and concert in tribute to the music of Virgil Thomsen, whose 1920s opera is the namesake of DPAM’s current exhibition “Four Saints in Three Acts.” Professor Kowalkowski will speak about Thomsen’s infamous musical “portraits” and his students will perform works inspired by the composer.

Free and open to everyone, but space is limited.
Please register in advance.


March 9, 6pm
Panel Discussion: Edgar Miller’s Times

The Edgar Miller Legacy, Terra Foundation and DPAM present a panel discussion exploring the life of Chicago artist, designer and architect Edgar Miller. Panelists include Zac Bleicher (Director, Edgar Miller Legacy), Liesl Olsen (Director, Chicago Studies, Newberry Library), and Robert Bruegmann (Architectural Historian and Author).

Refreshments will be served.
Please register in advance.


March 9, 6pm
Panel Discussion: Practices of Care

A conversation between artists, activists, and educators, this panel discussion featuring artists Ted Kerr and Tiona McClodden will examine HIV/AIDS through the lens of contemporary projects that intersect art, activism, and health/medical-care.

Free and open to everyone, but space is limited.
Please register in advance.


March 18, 1pm
Workshop: HIV Doula Service Letter Writing to HIV+ Inmates

Join Ted Kerr, artist and organizer behind the NYC-based HIV Doula Service, as he leads an interactive workshop in-gallery during which visitors are invited to write and send notes of encouragement, love, and support to those living with HIV behind bars.

Free and open to everyone, but space is limited.
Please register in advance.


March 30, 6:30pm
Book Signing: MK Czerwiec’s Taking Turns

In collaboration with the Alphawood Foundation, DPAM hosts a lecture and book-signing of graphic novelist MK Czerwiec’s new publication Taking Turns: Stories from HIV/AIDS Care Unit 371.

Free and open to everyone
Contact Alphawood Foundation for more information.