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Visual Arts | Chicago Arts

A New Exhibit Spotlights a Rarely Seen Keith Haring Mural | Chicago magazine | March 2018

The Chicago Cultural Center displays one of our city’s most impressive public artworks in March.

Entertainment | Culture/Art/Random cool stuff

We Had a Teen Interview High Schoolers About Their Music Tastes

The biggest takeaway is that trap music can help with your homework.

Miscellaneous | Chicago Events

'Dear John Hughes' coming to Chicago, a show celebrating his movies

A multi-media, concert-style show designed to celebrate the movies of the late John Hughes — including such nostalgic titles as “Sixteen Candles,” “The Breakfast Club,” “Weird Science,”

Visual Arts | Chicago Arts

13 Chicago Design Destinations You Won't Find On A Boat Tour

Chicago is renowned for its design marvels, but have you explored these lesser-known sites? Much like the design of these structures,...

Visual Arts | Chicago Arts

U. of C. Student Wins Amtrak Writing Residency, Will Spend Year on Train

Korey Garibaldi, one of 24 winners out of 16,000 applicants, will work on his book, "Different Trains."

Visual Arts | Chicago Arts

The 50 most beautiful buildings in Chicago

We searched Chicago's skyline from the skyscrapers to the side streets and beyond to find our favorite examples of the city's architectural excellence.

Visual Arts | Chicago Arts

The Story Behind Five Amazing Murals on Chicago’s Streets

Here's who's making the new public art you've seen from Pilsen to the West Loop.

Visual Arts | Chicago Arts

Caillebotte Uncovered: Art Institute Restoration Reveals Hidden Details

In what was supposed to be a routine cleaning, the Art Institute of Chicago’s recent restoration of Gustave Caillebotte’s Paris Street; Rainy Day uncovered details about the artist’s original intention that have been buried under varnish

News | Interesting Links

Documentary Orchestra without Conductor from 1972 - New York

Documentary Orchestra without Conductor from 1972 - New York