Talkin' Back 4: Chicago youth respondMay 30 — Jun 2, 2007


  • You’ve Ever Wondered by Erica Barban, Curie High School

This fourth 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 AIM at the Center for Community Arts Partnerships, Columbia College Chicago.

This exhibition features work by students at the Academy of Arts, Communication and Technology (ACT) Charter School; Curie Metropolitan High School; Herzl Elementary School; Juarez Community Academy; Sabin Magnet School, and Uplift Community School.

Funding for the outreach programs of the MoCP is provided by the Lloyd A. Fry Foundation, The National Endowment for the Arts, and the City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs/After School Matters. The exhibitions, presentations, and related programs of the MoCP are sponsored in part by the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency; The Mayer and Morris Kaplan Family Foundation; American Airlines, the official airline of the MoCP; and our members.

AIM (Arts Integration Mentorship) is a project of the Center for Community Arts Partnerships at Columbia College Chicago. This project is supported in part by the J.P. Morgan Chase Foundation; the U.S. Department of Education’s Arts in Education Model Development and Dissemination Program; the Polk Bros. Foundation; The Lloyd A. Fry Foundation; the Field Foundation of Illinois; Kraft Foods, Inc; and the McDougal Foundation.

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