Extended Practice is an artist-led curatorial project focusing on creating family accessible events, exhibitions and screenings that support and make visible the work and needs of artists who are also mothers.
We are working on several upcoming projects, and your contribution will keep our support for artist mothers going!
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OtherPeoplesPixels is an artist-run small business which has been providing the artworld with world-class portfolio sites since 2005. We support artists and culture makers enacting positive change through grants and the OPP fund, and promise to always stay independent and people & planet first!
Experimental Station provided EP with a fabulous venue for several of our events in 2016
The Experimental Station is working to build independent cultural infrastructure on the South Side of Chicago. We do this by fostering a dynamic ecology of innovative educational and cultural programs, small business enterprises and community initiatives. Since 2006, we have both built our own programming to address a variety of identified local needs and have fostered, hosted, and sponsored numerous other initiatives.
This project is partially supported by an Individual Artist Program Grant from the City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs & Special Events, as well as a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, a state agency through federal funds provided by the National Endowment for the Arts.
The delicious food for Empowered Production: An Afternoon for Artist Parents with Selina Trepp, is generously provided by Hoshe's Way.
Chicago Family Picnic - We provide families with young children a place to gather, learn, and share ideas about childbirth, breastfeeding, parenting, and early childhood development.
Present Place Our Mission is to provide a neighborhood haven in the city where families feel connected to each other and children enjoy an imaginative setting filled with opportunities to explore, learn and socialize.