Talkin' Back 3: Chicago Youth RespondMay 23 — May 27, 2006


  • Jonas Wheeler, What goes on inside most definitely at some point appears, 2006

This third annual exhibition features works created by Chicago youth who combined words and images to express their creative voices in programs led by photographers and writers sponsored by the Museum of Contemporary Photography and Project AIMat the Center for Community Arts Partnerships, Columbia College Chicago.

This exhibit showcases work by students at the Academy of Arts, Communication and Technology, (ACT) Charter School, Curie Metropolitan High School; Herzl Elementary School; the Jane Addams Hull House Center for the Arts and Culture; Juarez Community Academy; Northside College Prep High School; Sabin Magnet School; and Snow City Arts Foundation.

 


 

Talkin’ Back 3: Chicago Youth Respond and the related education programs of the Museum of Contemporary Photography, Columbia College Chicago are generously supported by The Lloyd A. Fry Foundation; The Henrietta Lange Burk Fund; The Palmer Foundation; and the City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs/After School Matters. Projects of the Center for Community Arts Partnerships at Columbia College Chicago are supported in part by the J.P. Morgan Chase Foundation; theU.S. Department of Education’s Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE), and the Arts in Education Model Development and Dissemination grant program; the Chicago Public Schools, 21st Century Community Learning Centers; the Field Foundation; the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency; Kraft Foods; Learn and Serve America; and the Polk Bros. Foundation.

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