Four fellows will be chosen for a work/trade position running from December 2015 to May 2016.
The two-year fellowship includes $100,000 for its fellows.
Get involved and show Chicago your commitment to the arts.
DCASE is accepting applications for Individual Artist Grants for Creative Work ($5,000) or Professional Development ($2,500).
Open call for a workshop on October 18 for local dance project, Neighborhood Dances.
The Puffin Foundation makes grants that encourage emerging artists whose works might otherwise have difficulty being aired.
Lead curator Claudine Isé talks about what makes The Annual so important to Chicago artists and what we can expect at this inaugural event.
On the tenth anniversary of See Chicago Dance, the growth of the dance community in Chicago, and the challenges faced by Chicago dance artists.
Jeremiah Hulsebos-Spofford on his current projects, the possibilities of site-specific work, and advice for getting funded.
A professional artist with over twenty years of experience, Allison Svoboda specializes in ink, watercolor, and printing on cut metal.
Diaz-Perera discusses the nature of his practice following an exhibition that involved sequestering himself behind a gallery wall for three weeks.
We talked to one of our favorite artist couples, Sarah and Joseph Belknap, about their creative partnership.