The Right to the Shoreline: Policy x Public Art


Thu Oct 14 2021 at 05:00 pm to 07:00 pm


3314 S Morgan St | Chicago, IL

The Right to the Shoreline: Policy x Public Art
Hosted by The Chicago Council on Global Affairs and Chicago Public Art Group
About this Event

“The Right to the Shoreline: Policy x Public Art” is an innovative and new collaboration between the Chicago Council on Global Affairs and the Chicago Public Art Group, Based on the report from Council fellow Sam Kling, The Right to the Shoreline: Race, Exclusion, and Public Beaches in Metropolitan Chicago. the collaboration has brought together policy, research and public art together to encourage discussion and knowledge of shoreline policy and history.

Chicago Public Art Group invites you to an Unveiling of Public Art Project on Beachfront Access based on research of Chicago Council on Global Affairs Fellow Samuel Kling.

The artists are:

  • Sonja Henderson
  • Cynthia Weiss
<blockquote>Time: 5:00-7:00 pm</blockquote><blockquote>Date: Thursday, October 14, 2021</blockquote><blockquote>Location: CPAG Gallery and Outdoor Rooftop, 3314 S. Morgan St, Chicago IL 60608.</blockquote>

Speakers at this event are:

  • Chantal Healey, Executive Director, Chicago Public Art Group
  • Sonja Henderson
  • Cynthia Weiss

For questions pertaining to this specific event, please email [email protected]

NOTE: This is an in-person event. Masks will be required.

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The Chicago Council on Global Affairs is a leading center for studying the influence of cities in solving global challenges and shaping the world’s future. With over a decade of research and programming on global cities, the Council examines the policies needed to be successful, identifies global best practices, connects leaders, and provides concrete recommendations to decision-makers.

Chicago Public Art Group (CPAG) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization that brings artists and communities together to produce high-quality public art, extending and transforming the tradition of collaborative, community-involved public artwork.

Where is it happening?
3314 S Morgan St, 3314 South Morgan Street, Chicago, United States

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