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If The Sky Could Dream: Art, Climate, Community, and Social Change

As part of EXPO ART WEEK, Elizabeth Corr, Associate Director of Arts and Cultural Partnerships at the National Resources Defense Council, discusses environmental activism in art, including past exhibitions at EXPO Chicago, in conversation with a performance installation by Irene Hsiao, as part of the Heritage Museum of Asian Art’s Year of the Dragon: Early China to LEGO exhibition.

Elizabeth Corr collaborates with artists, writers, museums, and cultural institutions to heighten public awareness of and interest in environmental issues facing communities.

Irene Hsiao creates performances in conversation with visual art in museums, galleries, and public spaces. She is 2024 Resident Artist at Heritage Museum of Asian Art.


Heritage Museum of Asian Art provides an interconnection between the arts and cultures of Asia for the residents of Chicago and for visitors from all around the world.

“If The Sky Could Dream” is funded in part by a Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant.


Photo Caption: If The Sky Could Dream, installation by Irene Hsiao. Photo by Ricardo E. Adame



The Heritage Museum of Asian Art’s Entrance is on West 35th Street. Take the elevator to the third floor and turn right to the Museum Reception Desk. Accessible and standard toilets are located on the same floor. Free parking space is available next to the museum via West 35th Street.


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