Sickness and Solitude

Events in the “Sickness and Solitude” series look at the state of the world today, especially as filtered through the lens of COVID and calls for social justice, and offer an artistic response. Each event features multiple artist “panelists” as well as interdisciplinary approaches to a shared theme.

The DePaul Humanities Center is excited to kick off our new series, “Sickness and Solitude,” by offering you a free copy of the DHC’s first album, featuring new music and interview tracks with an array of talented musical and visual artists, including:

  • multi-instrumentalist composer, producer, and performer Nnamdi Ogbonnaya;
  • folk singer, violinist, and disability advocate Gaelynn Lea;
  • songwriter, producer, and lead singer of TYPHOON Kyle Morton;
  • and photographer, author, and influential punk figure Roberta Bayley.

The music and interview tracks will not be available elsewhere for several months, with the resulting musical experience being a DHC exclusive.

However, unlike our in-person events, this "event" unfolds according to the audience member’s engagement with the material. Once audience members receive their special envelope or box, the rest is completely up to them.


Register here by February 26th

Friday, February 26 at 12:00pm

Virtual Event

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