By Marc Fischer / Public Collectors
Chicago, IL, Public Collectors, 2018-19
Pages: Three booklets with a total of 100 pages
Dimensions: 7 in X 8.5 in
Process: Risograph and offset
Color: Two-color or three-color Risograph with full color offset cover
Edition size: 520
This set includes The Meal-Based Artist Residency Program, along with the first two publications issued for The Courtroom Artist Residency Program. Save $4.00 by purchasing all three publications as a set.
For the Courtroom Artist Residency Program, artists and creative workers are invited to observe approximately three hours of court proceedings with Marc Fischer of Public Collectors at Cook County Criminal Court on 2600 S. California in Chicago. Following court, he treats the resident to a meal at Taqueria El Milagro on 3050 West 26th street in Little Village, where they talk about their observations over lunch. Each residency lasts approximately six hours including transportation within Chicago, to and from court. Each residency is also accompanied by a $20.00 donation to the Chicago Community Bond Fund (the approximate value of two meals at Taqueria El Milagro).
The Courtroom Artist Residency extends from the Public Collectors Joong Boo Residency Program. From 2016-18, that previous residency provided Korean lunch to 38 artist residents at Joong Boo Market in Chicago’s Avondale neighborhood. That project is detailed in the publication The Meal-Based Artist Residency Program, published by Public Collectors in August, 2018.