Columbia College Chicago

In the Eyes of Deaf Artists: Susan Dupor

Susan Dupor, a deaf artist, will give a presentation and art workshop.

Susan Dupor lives in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin where she paints in her studio and teaches art at the Wisconsin School for the Deaf. Her work has been included many group exhibitions such as the national touring exhibition, "Elements of a Culture: Visions by Deaf Artists"; "20 Deaf Artists: Common Motifs" at Pro Arts Gallery in Oakland, CA; "Work by Deaf Women" at Ceres Gallery in New York; and "A Deaf Perspective of Deaf Culture Through Art" in Haverhill, Massachusetts. She also had a solo exhibit at the Washburn Art Gallery at Gallaudet University. Her work made appearances at the Switzer Gallery in Rochester, New York in 1993, 1995, 1996,and 2000 and at the Deaf Artists of America Gallery, in Rochester, New York.

Friday, October 18, 2019 to 9:00pm

33 E. Ida B. Wells Drive, ASL Department, 4th floor
33 Ida B. Wells Dr., Chicago, IL 60605

Event Type

Presentation, Social, Workshop


School of Liberal Arts and Sciences, American Sign Language


ASL Department, In the Eyes of Deaf Artists: Susan Dupor


American Sign Language (ASL) Club
Contact Name

Lynn Cachey

Contact Email

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