EAHFP is a monthly pseudo-lecture series (as part of Uptool's) series of ongoing programming at the Univesity of Illionis at Chicago greenhouse) that imagines a premise in which Art History is designed for anyone: kids, animals, plants, scholars; the Pizza Hut waiter as much as the Frankfurt School. The presentations in this series are therefore "expanded" in the sense that they are not only made somewhat more art historically general, but also entered into arenas of playing with its form and limitations. Which is to lead to a pontification following this hyphen - how do we talk about art history without a powerpoint or a stack of papers in front of our face outside of a classroom or conference? Answers are not necessarily expected, powerpoints are not necessarily denied, and papers will most certainly be used. The provocation is simply: play with all these things to make a potentially generative mess.
WITH: DEANNA LEDEZMA, LIZ CAMBRON, STEVE KEMPLE, CHRIS COLLINS, JEN DELOS REYES, MATTHEW JESSE JACKSON, KELLY LLOYD, HANNAH HIGGINS, NELLIE KLUZ, ALEJANDRO ACIERTO, LAUREN SUDBRINK, DEBORAH STRATMAN, MARK HARRIS