Her quilts draw upon historic photos and family albums for inspiration.
A new book celebrates the National Portrait Gallery paintings of the Obamas.
Get away from the rest of us at these secluded Chicago spots.
With the Executive Pay Test, it’s easier than ever to decide which group deserves your hard-earned cash!
Anyone involved in that history may be distracted by the gaps and omissions.
His work was a corrective to the rampant misrepresentation of African-Americans in art and history.
The footage of Old Fashioned Days on South Michigan Avenue will become the centerpiece of a new documentary.
“Flesh” celebrates the centennial of the Chicago artist’s first exhibition at the Art Institute.
The new Second City E.T.C. revue and more goings-on 4/16-4/19.
It appears that Chicago is one of the regions unable to access the museum-selfie app that’s gone viral this week.
Young Playwrights Festival, Forward Motion Activist Fundraiser, and more things to do this weekend.
Also, CPD Chief Eddie Johnson hopes Trump won’t send National Guard troops to Chicago.
“Master Drawings Unveiled” is a welcome downscaled exhibition for the museum.
Reader writer Peter Margasak celebrates three years of his Frequency Series with a festival of adventurous new music.
The new exhibit is a collaboration between the Art Institute and the Arts Club of Chicago.