A two-day summit taking place on the campus of the University of Chicago in Spring 2017, which asks What is an artistic practice of human rights -- conceptually, aesthetically, and pragmatically?
The RICHARD AND MARY L. GRAY CENTER FOR ARTS AND INQUIRY is a forum at the University of Chicago for experimental collaborations between artists and scholars.
Gray Center Mellon Fellows Marc Downie and Paul Kaiser of OpenEndedGroup celebrate the world premiere of Ulysses in the Subway at the Berlin International Film Festival.
Gray Center Mellon Fellows Marc Downie and Paul Kaiser of OpenEndedGroup celebrate the U.S. premiere of Ulysses in the Subway at the Museum of Modern Art.
New York-based Transmedia artist and theorist Thenmozhi Soundararajan, and two faculty members from Ci3’s Transmedia Story Lab, Melissa Gilliam (Biological Science Division, founder of Ci3), and Patrick Jagoda (Department of English) explore significant social, cultural, and political issues that will impact possible human futures through a series of experimental and interactive digital narratives.
Professor Steven Rings (Department of Music) and composer / percussionist Glenn Kotche aim to rethink the three musical categories of voice, groove, and song, considering them at once as a fused, holistic group, and as parameters amenable to strategic separation and recombination.
The Richard and Mary L. Gray Center for Arts and Inquiry is thrilled to announce the appointment of Zachary Cahill as our new Curator.
Jacqueline Stewart, Professor in the Department of Cinema and Media Studies and the College, will succeed David Levin as the Director of the Richard and Mary L. Gray Center for Arts and Inquiry. Read more here.