Collaborations

ACRE

caACRE (Artists’ Cooperative Residency and Exhibitions) is a volunteer-run non-profit based in Chicago devoted to employing various systems of support for emerging artists and to creating a generative community of cultural producers. ACRE investigates and institutes models designed to help

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ACRE

caACRE (Artists’ Cooperative Residency and Exhibitions) is a volunteer-run non-profit based in Chicago devoted to employing various systems of support for emerging artists and to creating a generative community of cultural producers. ACRE investigates and institutes models designed to help

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The Design Studio for Social Intervention

The Design Studio for Social Intervention (DS4SI) is dedicated to changing how social justice is imagined, developed and deployed here in the United States. We are creating a design studio for the progressive arm of the nonprofit sector in order

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The Design Studio for Social Intervention

The Design Studio for Social Intervention (DS4SI) is dedicated to changing how social justice is imagined, developed and deployed here in the United States. We are creating a design studio for the progressive arm of the nonprofit sector in order

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Exchange Cafe

Exchange Café serves tea, milk, and honey in exchange for a currency based on the requests of the people who use it. Exchange Café honors the power of reciprocity. From everyday barter practices to artistic exchange systems, we aim to

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Exchange Cafe

Exchange Café serves tea, milk, and honey in exchange for a currency based on the requests of the people who use it. Exchange Café honors the power of reciprocity. From everyday barter practices to artistic exchange systems, we aim to

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Odyssey Works

Imagine waking up to discover yourself immersed in a performance that is all about you. You’re the main character in the performance. It lasts all day, surrounding you with extraordinary experiences that take place in your home, at your workplace,

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Odyssey Works

Imagine waking up to discover yourself immersed in a performance that is all about you. You’re the main character in the performance. It lasts all day, surrounding you with extraordinary experiences that take place in your home, at your workplace,

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ISCP Participatory Projects

Initiated in 2011, Participatory Projects commissions and produces the work of ISCP current residents and alumni in the public realm. Through connecting residents to resources in the immediate neighborhood and Greater New York, Participatory Projects supports resident and alumni practices,

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ISCP Participatory Projects

Initiated in 2011, Participatory Projects commissions and produces the work of ISCP current residents and alumni in the public realm. Through connecting residents to resources in the immediate neighborhood and Greater New York, Participatory Projects supports resident and alumni practices,

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Smudge Studio

Our current project meets sites and moments where the geologic and the human converge. We creatively respond to the complex of forces we encounter there: the natural, built, historic, social, strategic and the imagined. smudge is a collaboration between Jamie

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Smudge Studio

Our current project meets sites and moments where the geologic and the human converge. We creatively respond to the complex of forces we encounter there: the natural, built, historic, social, strategic and the imagined. smudge is a collaboration between Jamie

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The University of Local Knowledge

The University of Local Knowledge (ULK) aims to bring together the knowledge and skills that exist in our area and share them with other people. ULK aims to challenge perceptions of how knowledge is organized and valued: reinforcing the importance

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The University of Local Knowledge

The University of Local Knowledge (ULK) aims to bring together the knowledge and skills that exist in our area and share them with other people. ULK aims to challenge perceptions of how knowledge is organized and valued: reinforcing the importance

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