Join ART WORKS Projects and Jane Addams Hull-House Museum for a Family Day of celebrating collective action and art making. AWP will display images from Vinny and David: Life and Incarceration of a Family to complement Hull-House Museum’s current exhibition States of Incarceration. Families can participate in kid-friendly activities including sewing, letter writing, dance, games, photography viewing, and tours.
Rachel Wallis, the artist behind Gone But Not Forgotten quilts currently on display at Hull-House Museum, will lead quilting activities and letter writing.
Design Dance will lead a workshop for the whole family, using movement to provide families with the opportunity to enjoy physical movement together and decompress.
Join in historic Hull-House games and Spanish and English language tours.
All families are welcome!
Spanish translation will be available to guests.
Limited space available. Please click here to register.
This program complements the current AWP exhibition Vinny and David: Life and Incarceration of a Family. Vinny and David began in 2012 when photographer Isadora Kosofsky met Vinny, then age 13, as he was booked into a juvenile detention center for stabbing his mother’s assailant. Through Kosofsky’s close relationship with Vinny and eventually, his older brother David, she has captured an intimate look at a family struggling to remain connected throughout recurring periods of incarceration. Vinny and David is open at 625 N. Kingsbury from June 8 to August 10, 2017.
Photo: Isadora Kosofsky, 2015. Vinny tickles his younger brother Michael as his girlfriend Krystle rests her head on his back during a visit at the motel where Michael and Elycia live with their father Eddie. Eve and Elycia (right) lean against each other as they watch a cartoon program.