With/in (Spring 2018) is the second iteration of The Annual Compassion Show - an exhibition curated by the Wellness Center at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago to explore and encourage discourse around themes of mental wellbeing. With/in reflects on the intersection of compassion and belonging. It highlights and examines how a sense of belonging can be fostered through the practice of compassion. The exhibition hopes to activate the spaces within the SAIC Wellness Center as avenues of critical discourse around diversity, gender, race, dis/ability, identity, and mental health. Through a variety of media, students have highlighted and examined belonging and compassion, and/or the interplay and relationships between the two, including how a sense of belonging can be fostered through the practice of compassion.
 What does it mean to belong?"

Curator - Vidisha Aggarwal

Featuring - Jenna Boyles, Yuting Chang, Eunice Choi, Sabiha Dohadwala, Lindsay Hutchens, Falak Vasa, Liu Liu, Peta Minerof-Bartosm Carly Newman, Katie O'Neill, Jennifer Villanueva, Jiaqi Zhang

Graphic Design - seem:less

“With/in : an exhibition on compassion and belonging”

Wellness Center, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, 2018

With/In

1. The identity for the exhibition developed by seem:less in collaboration with Vidisha Aggarwal.

 

   Two colors, two asymmetric circles that open up - inviting everyone and accepting anyone.

With/in (Spring 2018) is the second iteration of The Annual Compassion Show - an exhibition curated by the Wellness Center at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago to explore and encourage discourse around themes of mental wellbeing. With/in reflects on the intersection of compassion and belonging. It highlights and examines how a sense of belonging can be fostered through the practice of compassion. The exhibition hopes to activate the spaces within the SAIC Wellness Center as avenues of critical discourse around diversity, gender, race, dis/ability, identity, and mental health. Through a variety of media, students have highlighted and examined belonging and compassion, and/or the interplay and relationships between the two, including how a sense of belonging can be fostered through the practice of compassion.
 What does it mean to belong?"

Graphic Design - seem:less

With/in (Spring 2018) is the second iteration of The Annual Compassion Show - an exhibition curated by the Wellness Center at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago to explore and encourage discourse around themes of mental wellbeing. With/in reflects on the intersection of compassion and belonging. It highlights and examines how a sense of belonging can be fostered through the practice of compassion. The exhibition hopes to activate the spaces within the SAIC Wellness Center as avenues of critical discourse around diversity, gender, race, dis/ability, identity, and mental health. Through a variety of media, students have highlighted and examined belonging and compassion, and/or the interplay and relationships between the two, including how a sense of belonging can be fostered through the practice of compassion.
 What does it mean to belong?"

With/in (Spring 2018) is the second iteration of The Annual Compassion Show - an exhibition curated by the Wellness Center at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago to explore and encourage discourse around themes of mental wellbeing. With/in reflects on the intersection of compassion and belonging. It highlights and examines how a sense of belonging can be fostered through the practice of compassion. The exhibition hopes to activate the spaces within the SAIC Wellness Center as avenues of critical discourse around diversity, gender, race, dis/ability, identity, and mental health. Through a variety of media, students have highlighted and examined belonging and compassion, and/or the interplay and relationships between the two, including how a sense of belonging can be fostered through the practice of compassion.
 What does it mean to belong?"

Graphic Design - seem:less

With/in (Spring 2018) is the second iteration of The Annual Compassion Show - an exhibition curated by the Wellness Center at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago to explore and encourage discourse around themes of mental wellbeing. With/in reflects on the intersection of compassion and belonging. It highlights and examines how a sense of belonging can be fostered through the practice of compassion. The exhibition hopes to activate the spaces within the SAIC Wellness Center as avenues of critical discourse around diversity, gender, race, dis/ability, identity, and mental health. Through a variety of media, students have highlighted and examined belonging and compassion, and/or the interplay and relationships between the two, including how a sense of belonging can be fostered through the practice of compassion.
 What does it mean to belong?"
With/in (Spring 2018) is the second iteration of The Annual Compassion Show - an exhibition curated by the Wellness Center at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago to explore and encourage discourse around themes of mental wellbeing. With/in reflects on the intersection of compassion and belonging. It highlights and examines how a sense of belonging can be fostered through the practice of compassion. The exhibition hopes to activate the spaces within the SAIC Wellness Center as avenues of critical discourse around diversity, gender, race, dis/ability, identity, and mental health. Through a variety of media, students have highlighted and examined belonging and compassion, and/or the interplay and relationships between the two, including how a sense of belonging can be fostered through the practice of compassion.
 What does it mean to belong?"
With/in (Spring 2018) is the second iteration of The Annual Compassion Show - an exhibition curated by the Wellness Center at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago to explore and encourage discourse around themes of mental wellbeing. With/in reflects on the intersection of compassion and belonging. It highlights and examines how a sense of belonging can be fostered through the practice of compassion. The exhibition hopes to activate the spaces within the SAIC Wellness Center as avenues of critical discourse around diversity, gender, race, dis/ability, identity, and mental health. Through a variety of media, students have highlighted and examined belonging and compassion, and/or the interplay and relationships between the two, including how a sense of belonging can be fostered through the practice of compassion.
 What does it mean to belong?"
With/in (Spring 2018) is the second iteration of The Annual Compassion Show - an exhibition curated by the Wellness Center at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago to explore and encourage discourse around themes of mental wellbeing. With/in reflects on the intersection of compassion and belonging. It highlights and examines how a sense of belonging can be fostered through the practice of compassion. The exhibition hopes to activate the spaces within the SAIC Wellness Center as avenues of critical discourse around diversity, gender, race, dis/ability, identity, and mental health. Through a variety of media, students have highlighted and examined belonging and compassion, and/or the interplay and relationships between the two, including how a sense of belonging can be fostered through the practice of compassion.
 What does it mean to belong?"
With/in (Spring 2018) is the second iteration of The Annual Compassion Show - an exhibition curated by the Wellness Center at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago to explore and encourage discourse around themes of mental wellbeing. With/in reflects on the intersection of compassion and belonging. It highlights and examines how a sense of belonging can be fostered through the practice of compassion. The exhibition hopes to activate the spaces within the SAIC Wellness Center as avenues of critical discourse around diversity, gender, race, dis/ability, identity, and mental health. Through a variety of media, students have highlighted and examined belonging and compassion, and/or the interplay and relationships between the two, including how a sense of belonging can be fostered through the practice of compassion.
 What does it mean to belong?"
With/in (Spring 2018) is the second iteration of The Annual Compassion Show - an exhibition curated by the Wellness Center at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago to explore and encourage discourse around themes of mental wellbeing. With/in reflects on the intersection of compassion and belonging. It highlights and examines how a sense of belonging can be fostered through the practice of compassion. The exhibition hopes to activate the spaces within the SAIC Wellness Center as avenues of critical discourse around diversity, gender, race, dis/ability, identity, and mental health. Through a variety of media, students have highlighted and examined belonging and compassion, and/or the interplay and relationships between the two, including how a sense of belonging can be fostered through the practice of compassion.
 What does it mean to belong?"