Paige Taul is an experimental filmmaker that makes work that is for and about Black people and identity.
Anjal Chande is the founder of Soham Dance Space. This is what her Chicago sounds like.
Vocalo partnered with The Douglass Library Branch YOUmedia to teach students basic audio, reporting and storytelling skills. Founded in 2009, YOUmedia became the first space dedicated to teens at Chicago Public Libraries. Now the organization spans 29 different library locations and has given artists like Chance the Rapper a place to start out (back when […]
Chicago sounds like Amber Marsh, who shares her puppetry worlds at Jabberwocky Marionettes.
Maila Sylla wants her dance class to bring joy, and a good workout.
The Great Black Music Class, founded by Angel Bat Dawid, invests in the next generation of Black creators through music education.
Hannah Mayree and Sule Greg Wilson are taking back the true history of the banjo with the Black Banjo Reclamation Project.
Camp Azania emphasizes the richness of West African culture and promotes Black liberation among young Chicagoans.
Poet, playwright and performer Kimberly Dixon-Mays writes stories about psychic survival.
Vocalo shines a light on the Bonus Tracks Stage at Lollapalooza 2022.