THE CHICAGO PARK DISTRICT'S MOBILE youth arts PROGRAM DEDICATED TO THE SONIC ARTs, COLLABORATIVE MEDIA EXPERIMENTATION, AND CIVIC DIALOGUE
IMMERSION (Aug 16)
At our 2019 summer celebration,
…we presented participatory music and video art workshops, a therapeutic drone, our Doc:Team’s digital stories, sound and video work made in the parks (with and by youth and community), and a family sound and movement performance.
Special thanks to the Ping Tom Park/Chinatown community for hosting and collaborating 💕
You can listen to the participatory therapeutic drone and watch the Belonging digital stories presented by our Doc:Team below ⇊.
•artists featured: Sara Goodman, Johanna Brock, Jason Roebke (& family), Rob Frye, Ben Lamar Gay, Selah Say, Nia-Blessing Armstrong, Aminah Muhammad, Tayvia Ridgeway
•program/event organizer, contributing artist: Sean Heaney
•poster illustrated and designed by Tayvia Ridgeway
Belonging Digital Stories, Inferno Doc:Team
This summer, the Inferno Doc:Team (nia-blessing armstrong, aminah muhammad and Tayvia ridgeway; led by teaching artist selah say) created and contributed media to the BELONGING project, from local Chicago artist, Tonika Johnson. In Belonging, she explores the youth of Chicago and the places where they feel they belong, and where they don't. Tonika has also recently been recognized for her project, Folded Map.
⬐Summer Inferno participants! Find your session below⬎
Try out a recipe for an Inferno activity yourself:
SPRING 2019 projects:
(Palmer Park 9/27/2018 & Marquette Park 10/13/2018)
sample of her recent “deep listening” session from pulaski park
anna at scottish sculpture workshop - lumsden residency with anna wolfe-pauly and dorian braun