Fall Arts Preview
Visual arts and architecture highlights break us out of our screen life.
An overview of theater, dance, music, pop-up performances, and other artists and activists that you should know about—this season and year-round
This fall, more than ever, the artists are helping us through.
“Our city is just exploding with creativity and music and art, and all of these truly irreplaceable spaces are in danger of closing.”
The rapper-dancer-performance poet rolls with the pandemic punches.
Going online opens more opportunities in this year’s festival.
Jamil Khoury and Malik Gillani have been facing more than COVID closure.
Chicago high school seniors prepare for collegiate arts programs amid pandemic
“There is no other way forward”: reflecting on those who shaped them and the future they envision
Comedians rally to offer outdoor and indoor shows with a pandemic twist.
Everything is terrible, but we’re not starving. Yet.
The 56th annual celebration of cinema features nearly 60 films, seven of which are world premieres, online and at the drive-in.
The creator of Blacklight Cinema, a Chicago film festival that ran from 1982 to 1995, reminisces about the history of black underground filmmaking and his own “adventures in cinema.”
A roundup of new and notable movies playing in Chicago between September 13 and 19