Sculpture Dialogues: Kate Sierzputowski

Sunday, November 07, 11:00 a.m.
United States
The Sculpture Dialogues forum combines the Sculpture Department's visiting lecture series with graduate presentations—providing  opportunity for us to more deeply engage with invited artists, writers, curators, and other cultural makers. It’s designed to elicit a conversation and everyone is encouraged to participate. 
Featuring: Kate Sierzputowski with Katie Rauth and Lisa Bjornstad
NOV 7, 11:00 - 1:00 PM CST 
Kate Sierzputowski is a curator, writer, and arts organizer based in Chicago, IL. Kate Sierzputowski produces exhibitions + installations that ask participating artists to work outside of their typical practice constructs. Previously this has taken the form of scented, waterproof, miniature, and earring-based installations.She founded the website INSIDE\WITHIN in 2013 to physically explore and archive the creative spaces of Chicago's emerging and established artists. She has been a co-director of the artist-run gallery space Julius Caesar since 2015, is a co-founder of the miniature international art exposition Barely Fair, runs a small gallery on her ear called Chandelier, and recently founded the apartment-based galleries FLOWER SHOW and SHOWER SHOW. She is currently the Programming Director at EXPO CHICAGO.
@k8sierz @juliuscaesarchicago @___chandelier