Join Hull-House with your chosen family for a day of bookbinding with Regin Igloria of North Branch Projects; visit a Read/Write Library Pop-Up of books and zines by youth; and learn about the history of activism and zines in a workshop where you can make your own zines!
Join Jane Addams Hull-House Museum, art therapist Leah Gipson, and A Long Walk Home, LLC. for International Women’s Day! We will explore resistance and resilience of women and girls of color through archives and photography that document community-centered art practices around well-being and activism.
If you missed last Fall’s bookbinding workshop, you have another chance this month! Join Hull-House for a workshop led by featured Participatory Arts Hull-House artist Regin Igloria, founder of North Branch Projects - an organization that approaches community building through bookbinding practices, collective story writing and community archiving.
Join us for a ceramics workshop led by artists Nicole Marroquin, Associate Professor, School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Marroquin’s workshop will explores ideas around representation, identity, cultural, and community building through sculptural practices and memory.
Join Hull-House for a bookbinding workshop led by artist Regin Igloria who founded North Branch Projects an organization that approaches community building through bookbinding practices and community archiving.
Join Jane Addams Hull-House Museum for a two and a half day symposium –with presentations, discussions, tours and performances – that explore the history of arts and social change in the city.
Join us for an Art Therapy workshop led by Leah Gipson, Assistant Professor of Art Therapy, School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Gipson’s practice develops new approaches to art therapy that are culturally approachable and emphasize care in the face of social challenges.
Join us on September 6, Jane Addams 158th Birthday, for cupcakes, music, and the launch of Participatory Arts: Crafting Social Change at Hull-House, a multidisciplinary exhibition that will explore the Social Settlement's influence on visual and performing arts in Chicago through historical and contemporary practices: bookbinding, the origins of art therapy, ceramics, theater and performance.