DATELINE: Bronzeville

In the first half of the 20th century, Chicago’s Bronzeville neighborhood was known as the Black Metropolis, alive with vibrant Black culture and business that flourished during the Great Migration. Highlighting this historical moment, multimedia artist Philip Mallory Jones has developed a first person mystery video game, “DATELINE: Bronzeville,” set in 1940 based on oral…

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3 Generations: Pop-Up Exhibition of Recent Works from Rebuild’s Painting Fellows

For three months artists Kenrick McFarlane, Arthur Wright, and David Anthony Geary have participated in Rebuild’s One Canvas fellowship program. They have created three collaborative canvases inspired by painter Noah Davis’ 1975 Paintings. As the culmination of their project, and for one night only, see a pop-up exhibition of each painters’ recent work and join the conversation as they reflect on their experience as Rebuild’s inaugural painting fellows. The…

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Sohelia Azadi, Knife

Sohelia Azadi is an interdisciplinary artist based in Chicago and Iran. Her work explores human interactions with the social sphere. In Knife, she blurs the line between genders and visually critiques the binary social constructs that exist in our society.

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