REBECCA FRANCIS LADIDA

artist | radical community arts organizer | independent curator | researcher | educator

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in/habit roving art series

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Web coverage & archives

“Art Beyond Cubes: DIY Small Space Galleries in Chicago" by Whit Forrester in “Is DIY Culture the New Avant-Garde?”, The New Art Examiner. The independent voice of the visual arts, Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles, New York, Volume 33, No. 3 January/February 2019

OH!KLAHOMO: Chicago’s premier home basement art salon featuring a mix of prominent and on-the-rise artists|

“Bubbly Creek Performance Art Assembly" by Bernard Roddy, Afterimage: The Journal of Media Arts and Cultural Criticism, Vol. 45 No. 4, July/August 2018; (pp. 2-3)

Bad at Sports: A radio interview with Lindsey French about her piece "it takes time to process unintended harm" part of Plants & Animals, a group show curated by Rebecca Ladida, In/habit roving art series

Performative installation for Dfbrl8r gallery's new festival: Bubbly Creek

Dfbrl8r Gallery Chicago: Bubbly Creek Peromance Art Assembly + In/habit’s Plants & Animals, The Learning Machine in Chicago, 2018

The short film program ‘I’m Not Sure What You Mean?’ spotlights queer coming-of-age experiences, words by Ben Sachs, The Chicago Reader, April 2018

I'm Not Sure What You Mean? A Conversation On Queer Youth And Curation With Rebecca Ladida, an interview by David Bruce for Comfort Station Logan Square, Chicago, April 2018

“I’m not ure what you mean?” film programming: Q & A @ Never Apart Gallery, Montreal, March 2018

Butoh Chicago: collaborations in curating

The Femmes’ Video Art Festival (Micol Hebron) The Situation Room & LACE, L.A. 

Nomination by New CityFilm 50 2015: Chicago’s Screen Gems

Cruising Tracks: a queer program of live music, video art and music videos for CIMMfest 2015

Queer film programming for CIMMfest 2015

The Self and Others: Trans, Queer, and Feminist Performative (Self)Representations by Johnny Nawracaj, dpi. 23: Art & Genders, Feminist Journal of Art & Digital Culture, Ada X, Montreal



























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