Tempestt Hazel

Tempestt Hazel is an independent curator, writer and director of Sixty Inches From Center, an arts publication and archiving initiative. Over the years she has worked in arts administration, curating, and multidisciplinary programming at Chicago's Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events (DCASE), Chicago Artists Coalition, Chicago Park District, and Arts + Public Life at the University of Chicago. Her writing has been published in Support NetworksInstitutions and Imaginaries, and Unfurling: Explorations in Art, Activism and Archiving, as well as for Artslant, Hyde Part Art Center, the Broad Museum MSU and Duke University.




 Apr 13, 2017, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM
 Gray Center Lab at Midway Studios

929 E. 60th St.
Chicago, IL 60637

Panelists Leila Abdelrazaq (author and artist), Marc Fischer (Temporary Services), Tempestt Hazel (independent curator), Sheika Lugtu (cartoonist and researcher) and members of OOMK share their perspectives and discuss the different ways that artists and activists in their communities are self-publishing for activism.