We seek proposals that team artists and scholars (one [or more] of whom will be a visiting fellow; the other one [or more], a University collaborator) for a collaborative project that encompasses research, creative production, and teaching. Fellowship awards fall between $40-70K and are customized to each project.
What is an Artistic Practice of Human Rights? -- the upcoming, multi-day summit -- featured on UChicago News.
Gray Center Mellon Fellows Glenn Kotche (composer and percussionist) and Steven Rings (Department of Music) discuss the exciting early stages of their fellowship VoiceGrooveSong.
"In tracing, documenting, revealing and representing refugee history beyond the narrative of suffering and displacement, Refugee Heritage is an attempt to imagine and practice refugeeness beyond humanitarianism."
Berlin International Film Festival to feature "Tania Libre", a documentary by Lynn Hershman Leeson that centers on Tania Bruguera's approach to art making, and her experience as a political prisoner in Cuba.
Jelili Atiku, one of the summit artists for What is an Artistic Practice of Human Rights?, has been announced as an exhibiting artist in this year's Venice Biennale.
Chicago International Puppet Theatre Festival covered in New York Times.
Gray Center Advisory Council Member Theaster Gates interviewed in Los Angeles Times on the occasion of his recent exhibition at Regen Projects.
Seth Brodsky releases new book, From 1989, or European Music and the Modernist Unconscious.
The Richard and Mary L. Gray Center for Arts and Inquiry is thrilled to announce the appointment of Zachary Cahill as our new Curator.