Don’t tell anyone, but I’d do them for free.
What does Dyke March mean to you?
Centering the voices and experiences of Black lesbians in Chicago
Ryan Segedi’s portraits of the festival’s artists, taken with portable lights in front of a simple white backdrop in the corner of the press tent, provide a more intimate look at people we’re used to seeing under colored spotlights.
For the fourth year, Missio Dei organizes an event to make sure professional portraits are available to all.
This week’s Chicagoan, Margie Lawrence: “Ted Williams was a handsome man; that’s why he pops up in my art a lot.”