The exhibition explores womxn and non-conforming people’s perspectives and identity…
Joliet-born/Chicago based illustrator and graphic designer Laura Gomez speaks about how she’s been keeping herself active as a visual artist, and her new exhibit celebrating nuestras identidades and underrepresented women.
“Black and Mild” is a collection of portraits, candids, and documentative photographs that captures the complexities of Black folx living in today’s world.
With limited tickets and social distancing guidelines, museum opens again.
Jill Hopkins speaks to the gallery’s co-founders on taking something so personal as art and transitioning it into the digital space.
#DomingosRecomienda: Luis Eduardo Alegría es divulgador de la historia del arte. En esta guía comparte los sitios y cuentas más interesantes para educarnos sobre el arte.
The MCA show is a reflection of Chicago’s kaleidoscopic lens, trained towards the world …
We sat down with Norman to discuss Chicago’s inequities, sharing knowledge, and the power of design …
ST(ART UP) seeks to connect emerging artists to a broader network of creative practitioners to support their growth and encourages the exchange of ideas.
“If I want to see art on a wall that doesn’t exist, it’s up to me to go and make it there.”