This is the second in a series of books authored by people with lived expertise in homelessness and housing insecurity. Inspired and propelled by the Terra Foundation for American Art's Art Design Chicago Now initiative, each of these essays engages with Chicago's art, artists, architecture, and design to reimagine what art history can be if we make room for all voices within it. All proceeds after net go to the authors. Dimensions: 9 x 7 x 1" Materials: Softcover book
Red Line Service (Pilsen)
Red Line Service is a unique organization which uses the arts to build community and professional pathways for passionate artists and thinkers with lived experience of homelessness. The outcomes of Red Line Service work include decreasing social isolation, destigmatizing homelessness, developing social cohesion and establishing a thriving loving community. Red Line Service is one of the few arts organizations in the world LED BY people with a lived experience of homelessness.
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