A new exhibition at Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art surveys over 60 years of cartoonists.
Black cartoonists from Chicago are featured in a new book and included in a new exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago.
The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago’s latest exhibit preaches equity, but behind the scenes artists and former museum employees are demanding real change.
The digital television platform introduces its fifth cycle of programming without missing a beat.
Nigerian-born, London-based fashion designer Duro Olowu curates one of the MCA’s largest shows ever filled with local treasures.
Theater doesn’t have to make you hangry.
2020 has some big shoes to fill.
The best reading events of 2019 have been going strong for years.
The artist’s piece Querida is a personal performance presenting sexuality, sensuality, and healing from trauma.
There may have been rain on Sunday, but that didn’t stop the rainbows from taking over Marz Community Brewing for our Pride Block Party! Thanks to all who came out to celebrate our city’s rich and diverse 50 years of LGBTQ+ community legacy with Drag Queen Story Hour, house and salsa dance lessons, a Janet Jackson […]
At Late Night Writers Room the mockery is for charity.
Inspired by a trip to Africa prior to the 2010 World Cup, /peh-LO-tah/ explores the global and personal impact of soccer.
The local artist is the subject of a new exhibit at the MCA.
“Merce Cunninghman: Common Time” considers one of the 20th century’s most significant choreographers.
Also, Illinois Supreme Court justice Anne Burke wants to add a fifth star to the Chicago flag—for a charity she cofounded.