Join the Chicago Architecture Biennal for a program marking the announcement of our fourth edition featuring Walter Hood in conversation with 2021 CAB Artistic Director David Brown.
Windows to the World is an outdoor, street-facing exhibition to advance collective solutions to systemic problems.
Wrightwood 659 presents Balkrishna Doshi: Architecture for the People a retrospective of the 2018 Pritzker Prize laureate Balkrishna Doshi (born 1927, Pune, India).
This fall, the 2020 Chicago Humanities Festival will explore the theme of Vision through a series of virtual programs.
Music powerhouse Meshell Ndegeocello provides a 21st-century ritual toolkit for justice each month of fall 2020.
An exhibition co-curated by Janine Mileaf and H. Daly Arnett and featuring works by Elliott Jerome Brown, Jr., Lenka Clayton, Sara Cwynar, Bronwyn Katz, Chancellor Maxwell, and Lily van der Stokker.
The Chicago Architecture Center is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its Open House Chicago festival with 10 days of urban discovery.
Join Harvard Graduate School of Design for the Frederick Law Olmsted Lecture series with Everett L. Fly for “American Cultural Landscapes: Black Roots and Treasures”
For the ongoing Neighborhood Check-In Series, the Chicago Humanities Festival checks in with community leaders and creative voices transforming neighborhoods now and for the future.
Join the DePaul Art Museum for a movement workshop with artist Brendan Fernandes and dancer Paige Fraser.