The Chicago Tribune's 2015 Nelson Algren Literary Awards is offering a grand prize of $3,500.
Supporting the development of queer artwork through project-based financial assistance of up to $500.
Join Working America and Chicago Artists Coalition for a health care enrollment event specifically for Chicago artists.
The first 2015 installment of Funny Ha-Ha features Chicago radio personalities! Featuring readings and performances from:
Visit the Art Institute of Chicago for free every weekday, all day long, now until February 10, 2015.
Danny meets Theaster Gates at his studio on South Kimbark, a whopping 28,000-square-foot building that was once an Anheuser-Busch warehouse.
Usually at home behind the camera, we got Casey to do a bit of acting.
In reflecting on my role as a mentor to students and emerging curators, I drift off into memories of my greatest mentor, Marilyn Houlberg. Arriving in Chicago in 2000, fresh out of grad school, I was on a mission to meet her. My master’s thesis on feminism and the art of Haitian Vodou had her influence all over it.
"… we are going to a drum battle!” A drum battle? The voice on the phone was my mentor and writing teacher, Randy Albers. This is the man who made sure that the students ... not only received the very best instruction while learning the craft of creative writing, but that we also regularly submitted our work and benefit from professional organizations ... through conferences like the one we were attending in New Orleans.
Horner speaks with Scott Whitehair about her carreer and gives advice to new storytellers.
Many of us freelance and work various jobs but don't always consider how it affects our tax situation.
Dancer Adam Rose discusses his Lab Artist Award project, "Against Being."