Jane Addams Hull House Presents: Dia Familiar /Family Days with artists Aram Han Sifuentes in collaboration with the Smart Museum of Art.
Protest Banner Making Workshop
with Aram Han Sifuentes and
collaborator Lisa Vinebaum
Jane Addams Hull-House Museum
800 S. Halsted Chicago, IL 60607
January 18, 2017
Join Jane Addams Hull-House Museum for two free Family Day weekends in February featuring Hull-House artist Aram Han Sifuentes.
On February 4, 1-4pm, we are pleased to collaborate with the Smart Museum of Art where Sifuentes will lead a sewing workshop as part of a collections-based project called Belonging.
On February 12, 1-4pm, we will host a sewing workshop led by Sifuentes. Visit our exhibition on 'The Invention of Childhood', where you can play Hull-House games. For the first time Hull-House will offer a Spanish Language Public tour along with our public tour in English. Click the links to the left to RSVP.
El museo de Jane Addams Hull-House los invita a un dia familiar. Habrá un taller donde usted podrá aprender a coser y sobre los materiales que se utilizan para el examen de la ciudadanía con la artista Aram Han Sifuentes. También podrá ver nuestros bordados hechos a mano que son sobre las preguntas del examen de la ciudadanía diseñados por la misma artista. Y los invitamos a que visite nuestra exhibición sobre ‘La invención de la niñez,’ donde tendremos juegos para los pequeños.
Aram Han Sifuentes and collaborator Lisa Vinebaum are facilitating a Protest Banner Making Workshop at Jane Addams Hull-House Museum on January 18 from 12noon - 8pm. Come make your own banner or contribute to the collective banner for the Protest Banner Lending Library. Basic materials will be provided, but donations of fabric and other materials are welcome. All ages welcome! Food and beverages will be available.
Jane Addams Hull-House Museum has partnered with Gallery 400 for this creative and collective Protest Banner Making Workshop. This event honors Martin Luther King Jr. Day and the practice of public protest. Though awarded Nobel Peace Prizes over thirty years apart, Martin Luther King Jr. and Jane Addams were both investigated by the FBI for their opposition to war, their advocacy for wider access to the ballot, and their willingness to peacefully agitate against authority. Public protest continues to be an important means of voicing public concern and a creative means of securing the common good. We hope you are able to join us on January 18. Click the image on the left to RSVP.
U.S. CITIZENSHIP SEWING WORKSHOPS WITH ARAM HAN SIFUENTES:
In this workshop, you will learn how to sew while learning the US citizenship test materials with artist, Aram Sifuentes. Come enjoy Korean snacks, refreshments and music. Classes will take place from 1:00-4:00pm at Jane Addams Hull-House Museum on:
February 12, 1:00-4:00PM
Participants can either keep their creations at the end of the workshop or contribute it to the exhibiting samplers. Each of the samplers are on sale for $680 - the cost of applying for citizenship. If sold, the full amount goes to the maker of the sampler.