At The Table is a series of events curated in collaboration with artists, musicians, philosophers and activists. 

Participants in At The Table No. 2 : The Survival of Artist Economies gathered for bench-building, performances from Marie Casimir and Ancient Seas, a Social Mapping Participatory Activity by Davina' Stewart and discussions about Artist Economies from Lara Oppenheimer and Steve Peterson. Our line of inquiry: We believe that we need culture to survive. It is increasingly necessary for the survival of artists to rely on alternative economies and each other’s gifts in order to redefine the economy of art. It is our belief that we can survive and sustain our artistic practices if we share resources.

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  • At the Table no. 2

    We believe that we need culture to survive. It is increasingly necessary for the survival of artists to rely on alternative economies and each other’s gifts in order to redefine the economy of art. It is our belief that we can survive and sustain our artistic practices if we share resources. Curator: Lindsay Hopkins, Collaborator, Bench Building and Host: Bryan Saner, Additional Collaborators and Performances: Davina' Stewart, Marie Casimir, Lara Oppenheimer, Steve Peterson, Justin Eisenbraun of Ancient Seas, Nate Fellows and Mike Lahood Check out the blog: atthetablechicago.tumblr.com

  • At the Table no. 2

    We believe that we need culture to survive. It is increasingly necessary for the survival of artists to rely on alternative economies and each other’s gifts in order to redefine the economy of art. It is our belief that we can survive and sustain our artistic practices if we share resources. Curator: Lindsay Hopkins, Collaborator, Bench Building and Host: Bryan Saner, Additional Collaborators and Performances: Davina' Stewart, Marie Casimir, Lara Oppenheimer, Steve Peterson, Justin Eisenbraun of Ancient Seas, Nate Fellows and Mike Lahood Check out the blog: atthetablechicago.tumblr.com