Painter Ayanah Moor is careful not to reveal spoilers about her work. The Chicago artist incorporates highly focused intentions into her paintings in the “I Wish I Could Be You […]
Nature, art, and community in Chicago’s backyard
“Windows, Doors, and Mirrors” explores unseen labor hiding in plain view.
Dee Alexander has earned international acclaim, but fame has eluded her. Her great new album might change that.
A new exhibit of the street photographer’s work focuses on her Chicago area photographs—but are they as good as her earlier work?
After leaving WBEZ, Kelly Kleiman and Jonathan Abarbanel find a new home on WDCB.
A new course surveys the director’s career as his latest feature, Django Unchained, nears release
Ousmane Sembene’s Burkina Faso drama “Moolaade” and Beate Arnestad’s Sri Lankan documentary “My Daughter the Terrorist” screen Tuesday 3/9 in the College of DuPage’s Women’s Rights Day Film Festival.
The adoption of David Horowitz’s ‘Academic Bill of Rights’ is just the latest controversy at the College of DuPage.