So, a bicyclist walks up to a beach on the North Shore. It’s hot, he’s been riding, he just wants to put his feet in the cool Lake Michigan water […]
A Joyce Foundation grant paves the way for a community playmaking project at Congo Square focused on Black women and girls.
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Sandra Antongiorgi and Marcus Akinlana’s Es Tiempo de Recordar had been in Hermosa for 26 years.
The Wall of Respect is gone, but its impact shouldn’t be forgotten.
What happens when your treasure is too precious to neglect, but not valued enough to attract the support needed to maintain it?
And neither Alderman Solis nor the city can explain why.
The only certainty in the future of artist Jaume Plensa’s Crown Fountain is change.
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32nd & Urban’s Lauren Pacheco and Peter Kepha forsake hot Bridgeport to start a new hub at 22nd and Halsted.
Chicago muralist Tracy Van Duinen won $100,000 in last year’s ArtPrize—and that was for second place.
Mitchell Caton’s murals had the string and swing of great jazz.