DePaul Art Museum > Exhibitions > The Nomadic Studio
Stockyard Institute and AREA Chicago, Pedagogical Factory, 2007. Photo: Michelle Litvin
Courtesy of the Stockyard Institute
The Stockyard Institute repurposed the DePaul University Art Gallery as a "nomadic studio," transforming the space into a hybrid station for production, exhibition, development, performance, publication, and education. Amidst four months of innovative programs and live performances, this initiative featured a convertible recording studio, Stockyard publication office (SITE), nomadic teacher center, global workstations, exhibition space, curriculum distributors, and a public library. The Nomadic Studio is a public exploration of ideas, celebrating the incidental and provisional spaces where people make work.This exhibition was part of Studio Chicago, a yearlong collaborative project that focused on the artist’s studio.