RhinoFest, The Year of the Rooster, and other weekend happenings in Chicago from January 15-17.
Chances Dances launched a decade ago as a queer dance party with a focus on inclusivity. It’s now evolved into a multifaceted collective that not only hosts well-DJed parties (a transcendent remix of Kate Bush’s “This Woman’s Work” comes to mind) but also awards microgrants to artists and supports Chicago’s LGBTIQ communities in myriad ways. […]
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue
The year in old movies
A memorial service for author-historian and retired UIC professor Peter Bacon Hales will be held in Chicago on Sunday, October 5.
Previewing a 90-minute program, which spans Pitt’s career from the early 1970s to the mid-2000s
Jenny Kendler, first-ever artist in residence for the Natural Resources Defense Council, makes complex work about the weird relationship between humans and the natural world.
Your guide to visual arts in the city this weekend
The sound artist makes some rare Chicago appearances this week.
Gallery 400’s “Observer Effect” explained—or not.
Tonight 3/18 at 6 PM, the Chicago Cultural Center hosts “Domestic Studio,” a talk about making art at home.
Feminist Critique video screening today at UIC’s Gallery 400
Last chance to see Drag City’s art exhibit Chances Are the Comets in Our Future.
An exhibit of Drag City artwork opens tonight with a reception at Gallery 400.