Artist Kelly Kristin Jones examines contested monuments and white supremacy with her art
An exhibit at the Chicago History Museum offers a new perspective on the enigmatic photographer’s work.
Ayanna Woods raises funds to capture ten years of songwriting in the studio, Fulton Street Collective hosts an exhibit of photos by four jazz musicians, and more.
Boudoir photographers get creative during COVID.
Party photo crew GlitterGuts take to Patreon to survive the nightlife drought, Hali Palombo creates otherworldly collages from antique audio cylinders, and more.
Landscape photographer scott b. davis treks into the wild and discovers the undiscoverable.
From literal and data-driven to poetic and hopeful, the galleries curated by Columbia College Chicago professors show what democracy means to them.
Local photographer Amy Boyle’s new project, 52 Phenomenal Women, elevates the voices of women and reminds us there’s power in sharing our stories.
Black Archivist aims to get cameras into the hands of Black people to better document their communities.
Syrian Community Network’s afterschool art program helps refugee children stay connected to home.
The art exhibit seeks to bring humanity and life to youth experiencing homelessness.
Photographer Jamie M. Moore attended the Midwest FurFest at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont December 5-8, capturing the fursonas, the fur piles and, for many the premier event of the weekend, the Saturday night dance party. v Midwest FurFest 2019 Slideshow
Photos from Dog Day at Guaranteed Rate Field
Douglas, Union, and Grant Parks have served as valued community centers for Chicago since the mid-1800s. Today, all three parks host thousands of attendees for popular private music festivals—Lyrical Lemonade Summer Smash, Pitchfork Music Festival, and Lollapalooza, respectively—taking on a different personality for one weekend each summer before returning to their treasured role as neighborly […]
The Cat Women Project is meant to playfully subvert the sexist stereotype of the “cat lady.”