The RICHARD AND MARY L. GRAY CENTER FOR ARTS AND INQUIRY is a new forum at the University of Chicago for experimental collaborations between artists and scholars.

Reggie Wilson: Choreography & Fractal Symmetry

Internationally acclaimed NYC-based choreographer Reggie Wilson and UChicago’s Department of Mathematics faculty member Jesse Wolfson will engage in a public conversation about their collaboration on the dance production Moses(es).  Tuesday May 12, 5p in the Gray Center Lab.

D.N. Rodowick & Victor Burgin / OVERLAY

Overlay, a Mellon Collaborative Fellowship for Arts Practice & Scholarship, launches in Spring 2015 with a team-taught course, Architectural History and Critical Media Practice, and a series of events with D.N. Rodowick, Victor Burgin and invited guests. 

AFTERWORD in development

The Mellon Collaborative Fellowship project Afterword is a new intermedia opera composed by MacArthur Fellow GEORGE LEWIS and produced in collaboration with film and theater artist CATHERINE SULLIVAN and interdisciplinary artist SEAN GRIFFIN, in partnership with the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago.