About a month ago, I saw a magnet being hurled over the 18th Street Bridge. Initially, I brushed it off and I continued to stroll along the Chicago River bank with my friends. But the sound of the splash carried some weight, like an anchor or rock colliding with the water. I expected the line […]
The new art space, Juliet Art House, introduces the work of Rebecca Baruc.
And the massive survey of artists does it well.
Workers at the pioneering south side space organize against unfair labor practices.
This common condition affects more people than we think. We shouldn’t ignore it anymore.
Evoking memory and mystery, two artists collaborate on an art piece.
Working with the unknown encourages the “known.”
Anything goes during this evening on Twitch.
Tufting their way through the pandemic
When the pandemic hit, I ran to the woods.
Landscape photographer scott b. davis treks into the wild and discovers the undiscoverable.
Artist Selva Aparicio puts obstetric devices on the examination table.
Tales of the Southside Pod swimmers
In 1958, the mortality rate of children born with spina bifida was 90 percent. Riva Lehrer tells her story of beating those odds.