Nomadic Studios


My good friend and Brandon Alvendia started The Silver Galleon Press back in 2008 and if you haven’t had a chance to see it then you are in luck. It is part of Nomadic Studios curated by Jim Duignan of the Stockyard Institute which opens tomorrow. Go check it out.

July 8 – November 21, 2010
Opening Reception: July 8th 5 – 7pm
Depaul University Art Museum
2350 N. Kenmore Ave., Chicago IL 60614

The Stockyard Institute will repurpose the DePaul University Art Museum as a nomadic studio, transforming the space into a hybrid station for production, exhibition, development, performance, publication and education. Amidst four and one half months of programs and live performances, features include a convertible recording studio and radio station, Stockyard publication office (SITE), nomadic teacher center, workstations, exhibition space, curriculum kiosks, resource library and more. The nomadic studio will publicly expose the  ideas of those who imagine space in multiple contexts and very different intentions.The project will celebrate the incidental, provisional, mobile, and non arts related sites of production.

This exhibition is part of Studio Chicago, a yearlong collaborative project that focuses on the artist’s studio.


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