2017 Spring Critique Group with Eileen Rae Walsh

NOTE: The Spring Critique Group has been filled! But please, contact us at info@latitudechicago.org and we will place you on our cancellation list, just in case!  

LATITUDE is so excited to be launching a Spring Critique Group hosted by Eileen Rae WalshThe LATITUDE Spring Critique Group is geared towards artists with in-progress lens-based projects looking for critical feedback and engaging discussion. Participants are expected to attend all meetings and present work bi-weekly. 

Critique will be held in 8 sessions, 6-9pm on alternating Mondays (May 22nd, June 5th, June 19th, July 3rd, July 17th, July 31st, August 14th and August 28th).  We can only accommodate a group of 12, so make sure to sign up soon! 


Each meeting, 6 individuals on rotation will be given 20 minutes each for feedback and discussion around their work. Critique group members are also invited to share and discuss readings with the group (e.g. an essay, theory, literary excerpt, a poem, or any piece of text) that in some way influences making, interpreting, or reading visual work.

Spring 2017 Critique Group with Eileen Rae Walsh
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Eileen Rae Walsh is an artist living in Chicago. She works primarily in the still and moving image, immersive installation and the written word. She received her BFA from the University of North Florida and her MFA from Columbia College, Chicago. She has exhibited at Mana Contemporary, Woman Made Gallery, Filter Photo Space, The Glass Curtain Gallery, Hyde Park Arts Center, The Loo at Slow, and the Union Gallery.  Her work has screened at The Franklin with ACRE TV, The Pitch Project, Woodland Pattern, The Honolulu Art Museum and will be a part of this year's Chicago Underground Film Festival.  She has attended ACRE Residency in Wisconsin and The Burren College of Art in Ireland. She collaborates with Kyle Seis to run and host Car Pool, a unique pop-up residency and exhibition program in the Midwest. She works for Lens Culture reviewing photography portfolios and is currently working on a project titled Good Juice, a contemporary workbook for creative practice.  www.eileenrae.com