Alberto Aguilar Visiting Artist Lecture

Moves at Human Scale
Tuesday, February 26, 4:15 p.m.
Columbus 203
United States

This is a one hundred word statement to tell you about myself, my work and my teaching philosophy. I’m glad to know that you are using this moment to learn a little about me. I would like to know a little about you as well. I sat and wrote this statement for about an hour. I wrote and rewrote it many times in order to get you the right words. I’m still not sure if these are the right words. The one thing I know is that I reached my goal of one hundred words and sometimes that’s good enough.

Alberto Aguilar is a Chicago-based interdisciplinary artist who uses whatever materials are at hand to commemorate his exchanges and interactions. His work has been exhibited at the National Museum of Mexican Art, the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, The Queens Museum and the Arty Institute of Chicago. He currently teaches at Harold Washington College where he also coordinates Pedestrian Project, a program dedicated to making art more accessible and available.