The program provides artists with the opportunity to expand upon their individual practices, as well as take part in optional programming within a collaborative community.
Dacia Gallery invites artists to submit artwork for an opportunity to have a Two-Week Solo Exhibition in May 2016.
Every year, The Masters Review opens submissions to produce their anthology, a collection of ten stories written by the best emerging authors.
Chicago Artists Coalition’s FIELD/WORK is a year-round program of workshops, personalized consultations, peer learning exchanges, and tutorials providing artists of all disciplines and career stages with the educational skills needed for creative and professional success.
You may have heard Akenya Seymour on Chance the Rapper’s #10Day or at one of her jazz showcases around the city. A graduate of the Chicago Academy of the Arts who went on to study jazz voice at Boston’s New England Conservatory, 23-year-old multi-genre artist Akenya Seymour is a force to be reckoned with.
Local funders and artist grantees discuss successful strategies for artists seeking grants.
The Chicago Artists Coalition's Survival Guide video series focuses on financial planning, social media marketing and legal issues for entrepreneurial artists. Meet the Survival Guide specialists as they share their insights on common career development questions.
Diaz-Perera discusses the nature of his practice following an exhibition that involved sequestering himself behind a gallery wall for three weeks.
Get serious about art, gardening, and the perfect bowl for fish soup.
A friend asked me the other day how I’ve managed to get into so many shows lately. Here’s the quick answer: I quit Facebook; I applied to a lot of shows; I expanded the type of work I do. Read on for more tips.