“Contested Spaces” presented at Expanding the Canon: Curatorial and Art Historical Activism, CAA 2020

The Feminist Art and Architecture Collaborative will be presenting “Contested Spaces” at the panel Expanding the Canon: Curatorial and Art Historical Activism, convened by Julie R Widholm, DePaul Art Museum and Mia Lopez, DePaul Art Museum. Abstract:Can a radical rethinking of the canon–in the galleries and the classroom–call into question not only content but pedagogical methodology? FAAC (Feminist Art and Architecture … Continue reading “Contested Spaces” presented at Expanding the Canon: Curatorial and Art Historical Activism, CAA 2020

To Manifest

"To Manifest" is a collective manifesto, an intersectional feminist approach to the way we teach, live, and work. During the two-day workshop FAAC Your Syllabus!, eighteen feminist educators, activists, and curators from the US and abroad, met and discussed the feminisms that have been influential, textual or otherwise. We debated methods/priorities and workshopped syllabi on art, architecture, … Continue reading To Manifest

Manifesto TK

Manifesto TK records the process of writing a collective manifesto, an intersectional feminist approach to the way we teach, live, and work. During the two-day workshop FAAC Your Syllabus!, eighteen feminist educators, activists, and curators from the US and abroad, met and discussed the feminisms that have been influential, textual or otherwise. We debated methods/priorities and workshopped … Continue reading Manifesto TK

FAAC at CAB

Making/Writing/Teaching Contested Histories Responding to the Chicago Architecture Biennial call to “Make New History,” FAAC will be hosting a roundtable conversation on the making, writing, and teaching of contested histories, to be held December 1 at 6pm at the Chicago Cultural Center Claudia Cassidy Theater, Chicago. Architects often situate their practice in relationship to a … Continue reading FAAC at CAB