A solo show by artist Hyun Jung Jun at Goldfinch Gallery in East Garfield Park.
The artist, animator, and self-proclaimed comedian touches on the personal and political with his “Digital Fables.”
Current and former students, staff, and faculty at the top-ranked art school describe microaggressions, discrimination, and a failed anti-racism campaign.
Faculty and staff unions question safety, while the future of higher ed gets murky.
How the class of 2020 learned to adapt for their final exhibition
How canceled BFA and MFA shows are persisting during the COVID crisis.
The handmade clothing line offers ethical and sustainable fashion for all.
The Midwest Society for Acoustic Ecology believes engagement with the sonic environment can help build more sustainable communities—and it’s demonstrating with a soundwalk in the Chicago Pedway.
Do immigrants really find a better life in the U.S., or is it just a fantasia of prosperity full of barely concealed threats?
Logan Center screens the experimental classic as part of a retrospective on underground distributor Canyon Cinema.
A look at the rising local artist and his approachable, lively, and darkly humorous drawings and paintings
Mashaun Hendricks’s for-profit clothing line is just one aspect of his activist efforts to address the city’s gun violence.
Photos of the Guerrilla Truck Show at Merchandise Mart during the annual NeoCon commercial design show.
This year’s collection of graduate work doesn’t indicate many positive things about SAIC’s instruction, but it does host a couple promising artists.
Joe Houlberg’s Thirst tells an ambiguous tale of sex, blindness, and deception.