The new mural has children stopping and laughing, and the unwanted vandalism of the past disappearing.
The Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events (DCASE) has declared 2017 the “Year of Public Art.” While some in Logan Square look forward to what public works the program will bring to the city, others worry about the selection process for the chosen artists.
Joseph “Sentrock” Perez, originally from Phoenix, AZ, moved to Chicago nearly 5 years ago planning to attend Columbia College to study art.
Galerie F had their grand re-opening exhibition, 7: Galerie F Trail Blazers, last Friday evening, Jan. 13, opening a new location across the street from the previous, 5-year-old location.
Chicago is known for its comedy, making it a breeze see an affordable show closeby.
Brandon Vega, 16, is one of many high school students to help produce a feature length film through a local nonprofit.
Busy Beaver (3407 W. Armitage Ave.) and their button museum moved just down the block from their former space into a newly restored, larger space earlier this month.
A newly renovated building on Fullerton and Drake will soon be brimming with artwork from Chicago-area creatives.
Even before the election, the producers of Ladylike wanted to have a show benefiting Planned Parenthood. The comedy show at Cafe Mustache features gross stories from femme-identifying women.
The Beauty & Brawn Gallery and Thinkspace storefront is closing, with a last hurrah Saturday night. The owner is expanding scope of work with a business partner.