For Vocalo’s 15th anniversary, we’re looking back on archived segments of “This Is What Chicago Sounds Like.” This week, we hear from Ciera McKissick.
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.
Rosé Hernandez is an energy healer and performance artist. This is what her Chicago sounds like…
Chance releases his second multidisciplinary art piece, “A Bar About A Bar” — and announces the next one…
Tesh Silver uplifts marginalized identities through positive and optimistic representation…
“Every person is an answer to someone’s question.” Squire does not let the city dictate what she can or cannot do — she can, and does, do it all.
Conversamos con el músico George Arthur Calendar acerca de las paradojas de las relaciones humanas que lo llevaron a crear ‘Paradox’ (Stereochip Records). Entre canciones y anécdotas, recorremos la trayectoria de este músico independiente de Chicago.
Chicago artist Martha Wade showcases the richness of Black culture and emphasizes hope for the future in new art exhibition “We are the Black Gold of the Sun.”
Femdot and Liz Flores support young Chicago artists of color in their new collaboration with Play Together and Delacreme Scholars.