Jay Españo brings international perspective as the new AD for PrideArts; plus Leaders for a New Chicago awards and a new fund in honor of the late Malcolm Ewen
Facs light a beacon with a new album of dark postpunk, Equity Arts hosts a talk about nurturing community cultural spaces, and more.
A group of Black archivists is helping communities create their own narratives, filling in what history books have left out.
“Right before the shelter-in-place got announced, we started thinking: OK, how can we help?”
One of Chicago’s best unsung musicians drops a new album, the Chicago Black Social Culture Map talks west-side music, and more.
Japanese native Ayako Kato peforms Blue Fish II, an exploration of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant disaster, as part of the contemporary series SpinOff.
A program of shorts is the standout at Collaboraction’s bloated 13th annual Sketchbook fest.
Arty stuff to do this weekend