The next group exhibit at Chicago Industrial Arts & Design Center will explore and celebrate the initial ideas that provide the spark for fully realized, three-dimensional objects.
The exhibition will be open from May 21 through July 2, 2016. An open call for submissions will remain active throughout the run of the exhibit via ciadc.org/blueprints-submissions
All submitted images will be printed on 8.5 by 11 inch (215.9 mm x 279.4 mm) letter paper in black and white on a LaserJet printer, and displayed in the gallery space along with selected original drawings, models, and finished projects.
Submitted images may depict but are not limited to: notes, sketches, maps, mock ups, outlines, plots, vellums, drafts, floor plans, models, shop drawings, technical drawings, snapshots, schematics, negatives, maquettes, mind maps, roughs, graphs, polaroids, renderings, bar napkins, samples, transfers, proofs, grocery lists, et cetera.
Chicago Industrial Arts & Design Center is a 501(c)(3), non-profit organization with a mission to provide education, working access, and community to 3D object makers working with materials and processes requiring industrial workspace, shop tools, and specialized skill sets.
This exhibition is being organized in collaboration with Roman Susan, a not-for-profit organization with a mission to develop and support new, locally-focused opportunities to display, create, and experience art in Rogers Park. For more information on the organization, please visit ROMANSUSAN.ORG