Registry:Location:Chicago. IL alphabetical by last name

Marc Fischer, Public Collectors, 2017.

Marc Fischer Artist

Public Collectors is founded upon the concern that there are many types of cultural artifacts that public libraries, museums and other institutions and archives either do not collect or do not make freely accessible. Public Collectors asks individuals that have had the luxury to amass, organize, and inventory these materials to help reverse this lack by making their collections public. Continue reading

Last Update:October 28, 2017

Image from "Serpents and Doves, HD video, 30min, 2017.

Nellie Kluz Artist

Nellie Kluz is a filmmaker and artist based in Chicago. Using curiosity, observation and analysis, she records and interprets various locations and communities – focusing on social interactions, belief systems and material realities. Continue reading

Last Update:February 17, 2018

Marianna Milhorat Artist

Marianna Milhorat (b. 1983) is a Chicago-based filmmaker, originating from Vermont, USA. She received her MFA from the University of Illinois-Chicago in 2012 and BFA from the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinéma at Concordia University in 2007. Working in film and video, she utilizes landscape and duration to disrupt and transform notions of space and perspective. Milhorat’s work has screened internationally at festivals, including the International Film Festival Rotterdam, the Ann Arbor Film Festival, and the Images Festival. Her work has received awards at festivals including the Images Festival, EXIS (Ex-Now), and the Chicago Underground Film Festival Continue reading

Last Update:April 7, 2018

Images from the Extinct Entities performances on October 12, 2013 at the Gray Center as part of the exhibition Unfurlings: Five Exploration in Art, Activism, and Archiving

Anthony Stepter Curator

Anthony D. Stepter is originally from Grand Rapids, MI. Anthony works for the school of Art and Art History at UIC as both the program coordinator for the Museum and Exhibition Studies graduate program and the coordinator of public programming for Gallery 400. These roles allow him to work with students and the public through advising, special projects, and the annual Voices lecture series. Anthony has undergraduate degrees in sociology and marketing from Grand Valley State University as well as an MA in Visual and Critical Studies from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Continue reading

Last Update:December 20, 2017