2020 - 2021 Mitchell Lecture Series
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Christalena is going to speak about long term, in-progress projects that have been designed to facilitate exchange and support a continued practice of seeking. For herself and participants, collective actions complicate the definitions of work, distinctions of discipline and understandings of home.
Christalena Hughmanick is an artist and educator making textiles and sculptural installations that become activated by performance works. Recent exhibition sites include Faur Szófi in Budapest, Carriage Trade in New York, Andrew Rafacz and MPSTN in Chicago. She has been an artist in residence at the American Academy in Rome, SÍM Association of Icelandic Visual Artists, Reykjavík Iceland, Moholy-Nagy Művészeti Egyetem in Budapest and Wedge Projects in Chicago. Christalena is a recipient of a 2018-19 academic year Fulbright Hungary Student Grant, US Department of State Individual Assistance Grant, Grainger Marburg Travel Grant and a Lenore Tawney Foundation Scholarship. Recent textile based public engagement projects include The Freedom Quilt Hungary and some thing grand. She received an MFA from the Fiber & Material Studies Department.