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Eliza Fernand: Graveyard Meander

May 26, 2024 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Pink text on a green background, stating: FOR A GOOD TIME CALL 1-833-NATR-XXX
Postcard advertisement for 1-833-NATR-XXX created by Eliza Fernand
As part of Roman Susan’s Navigations series, Chicago-based artist Eliza Fernand invites you to a graveyard meander in Saint Boniface Cemetery. Attendees meet at the cemetery’s Ainslie and Clark streets entrance where they listen independently to a 14-minute long guide via phone. Arrive between 3:00 and 4:30 pm to share conversation with the artist and receive the zine version of this work as well as a small a small ceramic artwork. Feel free to continue meandering until the cemetery closes at 7 pm.
This event is part of Fernand’s ongoing Navigations project 1-833-NATR-XXX. The hotline houses a series of narrated audio works: Houseplant IntimacyFooling Around with AirFor a Person with Running WaterRock Walk for a Chicago Storefront; Freshwater Beach Walk; and forthcoming creations. These works are multi-sited and accessible online, as a printed zine, and through the toll-free hotline. The line is live – call right now: 1-833-NATR-XXX
Eliza Fernand is an artist and educator who works primarily with video, sound, fabric, and clay. With a BFA in Sculpture from Pacific Northwest College of Art, and an MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts from Sierra Nevada University, they have led a cross-country career, attending over a dozen artist residencies and exhibiting internationally. A new citizen of Chicago, she continues to pursue artmaking and teaching opportunities, with the aim of provoking acceptance of loving practices outside of the norm, and promoting experimentation on all levels.
Navigations is an ongoing series of artist-led projects in and about public space. It is supported by Hyde Park Art Center’s Artists Run Chicago Fund as part of Art Design Chicago.



Sunday, May 26, 2024
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Event Category:


Free Admission


North Side
Life-long Learners
Free Admission
Event Topics
Environment, Public Art, Women Artists




Saint Boniface Cemetery
4901 N Clark St
Chicago, 60640
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