Chicago Reader Features Work of Graduate Student Julia Arredondo
Julia Arredondo, a Columbia College Chicago graduate student and current Weisman award recipient, was recently featured in a Chicago Reader article, When Sex, Work, and Art Collide. The article discusses her project, No More Lazy Lover Altar, a portable altar that utilizes projection as a form of prayer.
Arredondo’s artwork is on display at The Arcade gallery as part of the Weisman Award Exhibition through February 11, 2020.
The Albert P. Weisman Award helps Columbia Chicago College undergraduate and graduate students complete art and media projects.
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