Chicago used to be at the vanguard of community policing. But more than two decades after the strategy was launched, CAPS is a shadow of its former self.
“Post Black Folk Art in America 1930-1980-2016” revisits the exhibit that first inspired the gallery’s founders.
Two new exhibits coming to the museum this summer are focused on the Khmer Rouge, but members of CAI are more concerned about conserving their ancestral country’s extensive cultural history.
A new exhibit at Gallery 400 documents the past, present, and future of the activist movement.
In advance of his appearance at the Chicago Humanities Festival, the writer speaks about travel and his recently released essay collection Far and Away: Reporting From the Brink of Change
With Conversation Piece, the south-side artist delivers a monumental creative response to Chicago’s gun violence.