Chicago Disability Activism, Arts, and Design: 1970s to Today

Chicago Disability Activism, Arts, and Design: 1970s to Today


LCM Architects contributed architectural documents and photography, oral histories, archival documents, and other ephemera on display at Gallery 400 at the University of Illinois at Chicago’s exhibition Chicago Disability Activism, Art, and Design: 1970s to Today.

The exhibition explores how Chicago artists and designers with disabilities were integral to the development of a local and national disability rights movement, creating radical change and influencing lasting transformation in the visual art and design fields.

The exhibit will be up until October 20 at:
Gallery 400 | 400 South Peoria Street | Chicago, IL 60607 | Tues.-Fri. 10-6, Sat. 12-6

Artists include: Arts of Life, Todd Bauer, Dawoud Bey, Winnifred Birts and Kenneth Williams, Matt Bodett, Bodies of Work, Jack Catlin, Carol Cleigh, Jude Conlon Martin, Mary Ellen Croteau, Sky Cubacub, Veronica “Ronnie” Cuculich, Susan Dupor, Mike Ervin, Terrence Karpowicz, Riva Lehrer, Tim Lowly, LCM Architects, Susan Nussbaum, Tom Olin, Kerry Richardson, Bill Shannon, Hollis Sigler, Andy Slater, Barak adé Soleil, Anna Stonum, Allison Wade and Susan Pasowicz, Chun-Shan (Sandie) Yi

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