Back in 1996, the late playwright August Wilson delivered an address at the annual conference for Theatre Communications Group, the national service organization for theaters in the U.S. Entitled “The […]
How the census impacts arts funding
Current musical obsessions of ESS codirector Olivia Junell, curator Adia Sykes, and Reader music editor Philip Montoro
“They just keep coming, and they’re trained and talented.”
At the Humanities Fest, three museum directors and curators discuss how to navigate a changing culture.
With “Memoria Presente: An Artistic Journey,” the institution proudly and vibrantly celebrates its 30th anniversary.
Elena Poniatowska speaks in Chicago after winning Cervantes Prize.
How a Chicago indie rocker helped make a West African guitar band a sensation in Niger
The World Music Festival’s free lineup includes Sidi Touré, Bassekou Kouyaté, and lots more.
What’s scheduled for some of this summer’s best free concert series.
The National Museum of Mexican Art has decided to sell its award-winning youth-run bilingual radio station, Radio Arte, and the two-story building on the corner of 18th and Blue Island […]
Twelve years ago the Martinez brothers decided to establish a Latino museum. Now their money’s spent, ethnic rivalries are flaring, and the Park District wants its building back.