Gabriel Bizen Akagawa teaching

Taught Courses

Sculpture as Medicine: Fetishes, Physiological Spaces, and Healing Actions
Curriculum Vitae

Internships with Akagawa

2008 Intern
2009 Interns and Molten Metal Student Group

Academic Advising

Advising PDF at SAIC

Power Points

Akagawa Professional.ppt
Akagawa Teaching.ppt

For Students:

Resources for Artists…


Art in Context

Chicago Galleries

Chicago Artists Resource

Lawyers for the Creative Arts
William E. Rattner, Executive Director
213 West Institute Place, Suite 401
Chicago, Illinois 60610

Ph: 312-649-4111
Fax: 312-944-2195

Lawyers for the Creative Arts (LCA) provides pro bono legal service to artists and arts organizations, including visual, performing and literary arts. Services include the full array of legal concerns of artists, from incorporation and tax exemption, contracts to protection of intellectual property. Financial eligibility depends upon an individual’s household income or an organization’s budget. There is a sliding scale of reduced fees for those who do not qualify for free services.
In addition to direct legal services, LCA also offers workshops, speakers, publications and an Arts Mediation Service, whereby disputes within the arts community can be resolved inexpensively, quickly and privately.

…and teachers

New Faculty Majority: The National Coalition for Adjunct and Contingent Equity