This Is What Chicago Sounds Like
Paul Fitzgerald is a DJ and the executive director of Friends of Big Marsh. This is what his Chicago sounds like.
AnnMarie Brown demonstrates the power of restorative justice through her work with Circles and Ciphers. This is what her Chicago sounds like.
Sarah Ross fights through the right of the incarcerated through arts and education. This is what her Chicago sounds like.
Tesh Silver uplifts marginalized identities through positive and optimistic representation…
“The arts are a healer, a connecter, we’re an economic driver…”
Vocalo featured some of the most influential musicians in Chicago at Subterranean.
Chi Sounds Like Sky Cubacub, activist and founder of Rebirth Garments.
“Every person is an answer to someone’s question.”
Faheem Majeed understands that Chicago is a true playground for artists. Here he found his own independent voice, while providing meaningful platforms for other creatives along the way.
Trey Elder is the founder of Quiet Pterodactyl, a Chicago-based nonprofit focused on music and art communities through events, fundraising and educational experiences. QP’s aim is to empower and encourage equitable opportunities for those seeking the arts in the city, creating a lasting influence on Chicago’s music community. Last year, Quiet Pterodactyl released SituationChicago, a […]