Upcoming Art
Public Art

Candy Chang is currently creating a large-scale participatory mural in Philadelphia. Inspired by the I Ching, The Atlas of Tomorrow will be a device for philosophical reflection that includes 64 fable-like guides to help people contemplate their lives and destigmatize discussion around mental health. Scheduled to open in April 2016, the project is a collaboration with The City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program, the Department of Behavioral Health and Disability Services, and other local organizations. Chang invites all to paint the mural with her and join in on conversations and reflective events around mental health from January through April 2016. More info here.

Winter and Spring 2016

The Onassis Cultural Centre in Athens, Greece will feature three of Chang’s installations, including Before I Die, Confessions, and The School of the Future in the exhibition 3 Experiments in the City by Candy Chang. More info here.

Feb-May 2016

Candy Chang’s Confessions project is being exhibited in Ў Gallery of Contemporary Art  in Minsk, Belarus. Organized by So Beautiful and Wild and curated by Oksana Zhgirovskaya, Valentina Kiseleva, Ekaterina Lipnitskaya, Anna Chistoserdova. More info here.

Feb 6 - Feb 28, 2016
Upcoming Lectures
Feb 16, 2016
C.G. Jung Society of New Orleans lecture
Parker UMC, 1130 Nashville Avenue, New Orleans, LA | more
Feb 23, 2016
Community Paint Day (all welcome to paint a mural with Candy)
Broad Street Ministry, Philadelphia, PA | more
Feb 24, 2016
Community Paint Day (all welcome to paint a mural with Candy)
Broad Street Ministry, Philadelphia, PA | more
Mar 11, 2016
American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine Conference
Chicago, IL
Mar 16, 2016
Arizona State University
Phoenix, AZ
“Candy Chang’s work at the intersection of public art, community engagement, and urban design touches on every aspect of art’s role in society and contributes to meaningful placemaking in our communities.” —Public Art Review
Before I Die is merely one of the most creative community projects ever.” —The Atlantic
“Candy Chang's art serves as a wake-up call in our fast-paced digital age. Armed with little more than chalk, labels or post-it notes, she transforms nondescript urban spaces into compelling works that inspire the often device-obsessed masses to engage with each other, and the world around them.” —Ad Age