Webinar | Eric Williams (The Silver Room, Chicago)

11 mars 2021

Peter Guo-hua Fu School of Architecture | McGill

Announcement :

“The second event in our lecture series. (Online, of course.)

Eric Williams
(The Silver Room, Chicago)

Thursday 11 March at 5:00 p.m.

Eric Williams is the founder and creative director of the Silver Room, an innovative retail, arts, education and community events space opened in 1997. The Silver Room intersects the worlds of fashion, music and visual art, and acts as a boutique, gallery, and community arts center. Williams is committed to creating spaces and curating events that strengthen communities and fuel positive economic impact.

The Silver Room has hosted a number of large-scale events, most notably the Sound System Block Party, which attracted more than 15,000 attendees in 2016. The 3 day CONNECT Hyde Park Arts Festival, a collaboration with the University of Chicago, activates empty storefronts near the university with pop-up art exhibits and speakers organized by some of Chicago’s leading curators. For the past two decades, Williams has shaped his practice to be responsive to the core needs of the creative urban community he serves. To address the systems that create disenfranchisement, his work provides space, support, and programming designed to foster equity for people of color and other marginalized communities.

The School gratefully acknowledges support for our lecture series from Provencher Roy Associés Architectes Inc. and NEUF architect(e)s.

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For more information about the 2021 Winter Lecture Series…

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Source : David Krawitz | Administrative Officer | Peter Guo-hua Fu School of Architecture | McGill University

Publié le 5 mars 2021