Tufting their way through the pandemic
Landscape photographer scott b. davis treks into the wild and discovers the undiscoverable.
A new community photo project highlights the beauty of Logan Square as seen through new and old locals and will be on display at the centerfold of the neighborhood.
Artist Selva Aparicio puts obstetric devices on the examination table.
Her quilts draw upon historic photos and family albums for inspiration.
From literal and data-driven to poetic and hopeful, the galleries curated by Columbia College Chicago professors show what democracy means to them.
In a show of racial unity, Latinx artists across Chicago have spent the summer contributing their talents to the Black Lives Matter protests of 2020.
Visual arts and architecture highlights break us out of our screen life.
An art party of women artists opens at Heaven Gallery.
The new exhibit explores caring in all forms and the emotional toll the act can take.
The virtual exhibit reached beyond Chicago to battleground states in the upcoming election.
The Arts & Makers Community Business Academy is ramping up to launch its third cohort in September.
How the class of 2020 learned to adapt for their final exhibition
The Hyde Park Art Center is bringing back the spaces we’ve all missed.
What it’s like to explore a familiar place under unfamiliar circumstances.