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Free and open to the public, this exhibit opened on February 26th from 3-5 pm at the Hyde Park Arts Center. The opening highlighted various interactive activities with guests. Included was a silkscreening workshop led by William Estrada from the Chicago ACT collective from 12-5 p.m. 5020 S. Cornell Avenue.
The Garfield Park Conservatory is now showing their 2017 Flower Show Spring Training. It incorporates icons of Wrigley Field! Mixed in, you can find a few foul poles, iconic ivy-covered walls, and ‘W’ win flags. The show opened February 18th and will run through May 14 at 5 p.m. The Garfield Park Conservatory is free […]
Held at the National Museum of Mexican Art, the Best Of Yollo show is a collection of work by the young people of Yollocalli Arts Reach. The opening is on March 24 from 5-8 p.m. and runs through Aug. 13. It is free and family friendly. 1852 W. 19th Street.
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Photo by: Keyandre Jackson Mural by: Martanoemí Noriega (Panamá) Jenny Morales Olaya (Panamá) Delilah D. Salgado (Chicago), Valerie Valdez (Chicago), Gloe (Chicago) In neighborhoods across the city, immigration advocacy groups have been generating information sessions to keep undocumented residents and allies informed about their rights under the law. Beginning late last year, several information sessions […]
The aroma of pickled jalapenos filled the room at Hedges Elementary as a group of mothers chatted while they finished breakfast. The Padres de Hedges convene every day while their children attend class to plan school projects, patrol the school grounds and inform parents of community resources. The group formed about 25 years ago when […]