In collaboration with artist Julia Fish, composer and curator Anne Leilehua Lanzilotti, and DePaul School of Music faculty member Michael Lewanski, DePaul Art Museum presents an evening that will explore the connections between art, architecture, and music. The program will begin with a conversation between Fish, Lanzilotti, and Lewanski, followed by a concert by the DePaul School of Music’s Ensemble 20+. Curated by Lewanski and Lanzilotti as well as composer Andrew Norman, the musical selections will reflect themes explored in DPAM’s current exhibitions — Julia Fish: bound by spectrum, Architectural Annotations, and Remember Where You Are — including architecture, light, revision, and memory.
This event will take place at the DePaul Holtschneider Performance Center (2330 N Halsted St). Tickets are free and can be reserved via the links below:
6:30–7:30pm: Panel (Allen Recital Hall)
8pm: Concert (Gannon Concert Hall)
Presented in partnership with the Chicago Architecture Biennial, DePaul School of Music, and DePaul Department of History of Art and Architecture.