Reader's Agenda Wed 12/18: the Urban Craft Lab, Lilli Carré, and Trickle Up: The Scale of Water in Chicago

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Conversations In Held Poses by Lilli Carré
  • Courtesy the artist and Western Exhibitions, Chicago
  • Conversations In Held Poses by Lilli Carré
Looking for something to do today? Agenda's got you covered.

At Woodson Regional Library, the Urban Craft Lab hosts a workshop for creating seasonal decorations out of yarn and holiday items.

Comic artist Lilli Carré has a new exhibition on display at the Museum of Contemporary Art that features her illustrations and ceramic work. Noah Berlatsky's review of the show is here.

At the Chicago Architecture Foundation, scientists, city planners, and architects, including Claire Cahan, Phil Enquist, and Frances Whitehead take part in a panel discussion titled Trickle Up: The Scale of Water in Chicago. Iker Gil and Joshua G. Stein moderate.

For more on these events and others, check out the Reader's daily Agenda page.

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