Chicagoisms: A City to Speculate?

A panel convened by Alexander Eisenschmidt, Assistant Professor, School of Architecture, and Jonathan Mekinda, Assistant Professor, School of Design, will focus on Chicago's catalytic potential for architectural and urban speculations. Related to the book and the exhibition at the Art Institute of Chicago, "Chicagoisms: A City to Speculate?" brings together practitioners to present and discuss ideas on speculative projects for the city. Speakers include Sarah Dunn (UrbanLab), Sean Lally (Weathers), Andrew Moddrell (Port A+U), Stanley Tigerman (Tigerman McCurry Architects), and Frances Whitehead (ARTetal Studio).

Chicagoisms: A City to Speculate?
Saturday, November 22, 2014, 4-6 PM
Chicago Cultural Center 
Millennium Park Room, 5th floor

The event is part of the Illinois Humanities Council program and organized in partnership with the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events (DCASE).