Luis Tubens is a poet and Pilsen Mural Historian. This is what his Chicago sounds like.
Robin Reid Drake spoke to artist Diana Solís for Vocalo’s Storytelling Workshop; read up about her work and upcoming photo book.
Pilsen exhibition uses found objects and prints to reflect memories, dreams and research.
Chicago sounds like Amber Marsh, who shares her puppetry worlds at Jabberwocky Marionettes.
“I’ve just been trying to work with different artists to make a visual piece that really feels like a tangible song.”
Looking for ways to celebrate Juneteenth this weekend? Here are two opportunities!
Chance releases his second multidisciplinary art piece, “A Bar About A Bar” — and announces the next one…
Sarah Ross fights through the right of the incarcerated through arts and education. This is what her Chicago sounds like.
Chicago community organizer and gallerist Alma Wieser “The arts are a healer, a connecter, we’re an economic driver…”
Two activist organizations join forces to promote awareness of climate change through an interactive art exhibition.