How bad is COVID-19 damage to the arts sector? Arts Alliance Illinois says it’s been researching that question and will be releasing the results any day now. I didn’t have them by press time, but it’s safe to assume they’ll be brutal. The heads of both the AAI and Chicago’s Department of Cultural Affairs and […]
In its 26th year, the festival stretches itself in celebration—and in service.
Acres of art and a chance to observe capitalism at its looniest
From Theater on the Lake to spaceship on the park, 2016 was a weird time in the city.
And what’s in store for the future?
Michelle Boone steps down as Chicago’s Commissioner of the Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events; she’ll be replaced by Columbia College vice president Mark Kelly.
Not even abject failure can put out this flame.
What has the Chicago Cultural Plan actually done?
Expo Chicago 2013 launched at Navy Pier last night with a tweaked design, more video, and a benefit party.
Do we really need the Great Chicago Fire Festival?
Things are disappearing at the Chicago Cultural Center. Big things.
The Chicago Cultural Plan will be written in Toronto