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Mary Patten

WhiteWalls #28: A Journal of Language and Art: Identity and Self Definition

Location

60680 Chicago
United States
US
Date: 
Summer 1991
Issue: 
#28
Abstract: 
A collection of essays written by artists
Language: 
English
Notes: 
2 copies
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ISSN/ISBN: 
01909835
Item Donor: 
Barbara Koenen

WhiteWalls #32: A Journal of Language and Art: Post Wall S

Location

60680 Chicago
United States
US
Date: 
1993
Issue: 
#32
Abstract: 
A collection of essays written by artists
Subjects: 
Format: 
Series Title: 
Publisher: 
ISSN/ISBN: 
01909835
Item Donor: 
Barbara Koenen

AREA Chicago #5: How We Learn

Location

PO BOX 476971
60647 Chicago
United States
US
Catalog Number: 
Newspaper, AREA Chicago #5: How We Learn
Date: 
2007
Issue: 
5
Abstract: 
Founded in 2005, AREA Chicago supports the work of people and organizations building a socially just city. AREA actively gathers, produces, and shares knowledge about local culture and politics. Its newspaper, website, and events create relationships and sustain community through art, research, education, and activism. *
Language: 
English
Notes: 
* Abstract taken from AREA Chicago website: http://areachicago.org/about/
Format: 
Series Title: 
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Website: 

http://areachicago.org/about/
*Website not functional as of March 4, 2014.

Peripheral Vision

Location

PO Box 476971
60647 Chicago
United States
US
Catalog Number: 
Newspaper, Peripheral Vision
Date: 
11/01/2009
Issue: 
9
Abstract: 
Founded in 2005, AREA Chicago supports the work of people and organizations building a socially just city. AREA actively gathers, produces, and shares knowledge about local culture and politics. Its newspaper, website, and events create relationships and sustain community through art, research, education, and activism.
Language: 
English
Notes: 
Abstract taken from AREA Chicago website: http://areachicago.org/about/
Format: 
Series Title: 
Publisher: 

Revolution As an Eternal Dream: The Exemplary Failure of the Madame Binh Graphics Collective

Location

P.O. Box 12588
60612 Chicago, IL
United States
US
Catalog Number: 
Book, Patten, Mary
Date: 
2011
Abstract: 
"Revolution As an Eternal Dream: the Exemplary Failure of the Madame Bihn Graphics Collective" examines the political practice and visual propaganda of a now-obscure women's poster, printmaking, and street art collective based in New York City between 1975 and 1983. For a brief, intense period of time, the MBGC collaborated on projects against racism and in solidarity with national liberation movements, producing many beautiful multicolored silkscreen prints, note cards, banners, posters and other print ephemera before withdrawing into the isolation of a sectarian and militaristic political line. By 1982 its core members were in prison or underground. "Revolution As an Eternal Dream" calls up the perpetual desire for revolution, but also the frailty of such dreams.
Language: 
English
Notes: 
Abstract taken from back cover.
Format: 
Publisher: 
ISSN/ISBN: 
9780981802312
Item Donor: 
Mary Patten

AREA. Solidarities: The things we want and mean when we say we

Catalog Number: 
n.2.1
Date: 
Summer/Fall 2006
Volume: 
#3
Abstract: 
<p>Arts, education and activism in Chicago. This issue focuses on &quot;solidarities&quot; and the ways communities work together, both internally and with other communities.</p><p>Contributors continued: Josh MacPhee, Joel Waneck, John Brady, Jacques-Jean M. Tiziou, Dakota Brown.</p><p>Keywords continued: &quot;New&quot; Students for a Democratic Society Conference, University of Chicago, Keith Jackson, School Without Walls, Southwest Youth Collaboration, Access Living, Chicago Freedom Summer 2006, The Kenwood-Okaland Community Organization, Mteropolitan Area Group Igniting Civilization, Community Justice for Youth Institute, Jonathan Peck, Chicago Freedom Movement, second-generation incarceration, Girls Best Friend Foundation, civil rights, Brighton Park Neighborhood Council, Mariame Kaba, Steans Family Foundations, Young Woman's Action Team, Rogers Park, Jobi Peterson, Blocks Togethers, Chicago Girls' Coalition, Alternatives, Inc., Women and Girls Collective Action Network, Housing Action Illinois, Afterschool Matters, Amate Housing, Uhlich Children's Advantage Network, The African Presence in Mexico, race, racism, direct action, street theatre, sexuality, gender, National Women's Caucus Action, Cook County Hospital, lesbian, gay, queer, identity, American Medical Association, police brutality, Michael Piazza, doulas, Pilsen Open Studios, Woodlawn, University of Chicago, Kimbark Tenants Association, New Communities Program, Rainbow Coalition, Puerto Rican Young Lords, Young Patriots Organization, Black Panthers, Bobby Lee, Cuentos Foundation, environmentalism, South Austin Community Coaliition Council, Northwest Austin Council, Chicago Recylcing Coalition, Center for Neighborhood Technology, Center for Urban Transformation, urban agriculture, Stearns Quarry, Northwest Incinerator, Federation of Michoac&aacute;n Clubs of Illinois, Chicago Artists Month, Tom Hansen, IWW, Marxism, International Workers of the World, National Independent Contractors Association, Wobblies, <br /></p>
Language: 
eng
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