Gather Together: Chicago Street Photography by Diane Alexander White

National Hellenic Museum 333 S. Halsted St., Chicago, IL, United States

In this new exhibition, the Chicago-based Greek American photographer presents 80 historic works showcasing Chicago’s Greek American celebrations alongside other ethnic and cultural festivals and parades, primarily from the 1970s and 1980s. Depicted events include the Greek Independence Day Parade, Bud Billiken Day Parade, Chinese New Year Parade, Mexican Civic Society Parade, Jewish Festival and […]


Semillas: Artwork by Raul Ortiz Bonilla

The National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts & Culture 3015 W Division Street, Chicago, IL, United States

Through his signature puntos and semillas, Puerto Rican artist Raul Ortiz Bonilla presents a story of migration and diaspora.


The Promised Land

South Side Community Art Center 3831 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL, United States

Eleven artists with ties to North and South of the Mason-Dixon Line respond to just how much Black life has always been in transit.    The Great Migration was one […]

Arctic Highways

Swedish American Museum 5211 N. Clark St., Chicago, IL, United States

This exhibit discusses the exploitation of Indigenous land and how imposed borders of nation-states have erased the natural land borders used by Indigenous peoples. Nine Sami artists and three Indigenous […]

Testimonies on Paper: Art & Poetry of South Asian Women

South Asia Institute 1925 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States

South Asia Institute brings together art and poetry by South Asian women to create a space for alternative narratives of femininity and identity.

Free – $10

The Negro Motorist Green Book

Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center 9603 Woods Drive, Skokie, IL, United States

“The Negro Motorist Green Book” guided Black Americans to thousands of businesses for over thirty years. When the first “Green Book” was published, the American road was a metaphor for freedom: freedom […]

UNITY, Maggie Wong

Chinese American Museum of Chicago 238 W. 23rd St, Chicago, IL, United States

The Spotlight Series at the Chinese American Museum of Chicago is pleased to present UNITY, Maggie Wong’s first solo exhibition in Chicago. Through various manipulations of newsprint via sculptural and […]

Tilling the Past

Swedish American Museum 5211 N. Clark St., Chicago, IL, United States

From 1908 to the mid 1930’s, Hilma Ljung photographed the village of Svalöv with her 4×5 glass plate view camera, showing us a rural Swedish woman's life.

Free – $6

Aesthetics of Loss

Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art 2320 W Chicago Ave, Chicago, IL, United States

AESTHETICS OF LOSS is a collection of work by seven artists who have experienced loss of family members recently. Their studios became places for grieving and understanding the sudden vacuum […]

2023 Members Art Exhibition

Irish American Heritage Center 4626 N. Knox Ave., Chicago, IL, United States

Over 36 years ago members of the Irish American Community had a vision to create a place that would hold the spirit of the past, the energy of the present […]

Parallel Worlds Art Exhibition

Ukrainian National Museum 2249 W. Superior St., Chicago, IL, United States

Exhibition Parallel Worlds, Opening March 3,2023 at 7:00 p.m. Admission $10.00 March 3rd-25th, 2023 Ukrainian Artist Luna Prysiazhniuk debut Exhibition Parallel Worlds opens March 3, 2023 at the Ukrainian National […]


Life in Chicago

Polish Museum of America 984 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, IL, United States

Avid amateur photographer Jan Zawiliński documented Chicago’s Polish Downtown community in 1900-1924, leaving behind a fascinating record of everyday life.

$6 – $10

The Greek-Turkish Conflict: 500 Years Ago and Yesterday

Online IL, United States

Since the Greek state declared its independence from the Ottoman Empire in 1821, the Greek-Turkish conflict has in many ways defined the history of modern Greece. In this NHM Discussion, we will explore the history of this conflict from the Ottoman Empire to the Balkans War to Cyprus. If you feel like you are missing […]


Artecito Virtual – Tortugas

Virtual Chicago, IL, United States

LINK TO BE ANNOUNCED ENLACE A SER ANNUNCIADO Las tortugas se reconocen fácilmente por su caparazón óseo y cartilaginoso. Esta carcasa súper resistente actúa como un escudo para protegerlas de […]


Writing a Personal Urban History —The Importance of Genealogy and Local History for Understanding US Histor

Newberry Library 60 West Walton Street, Chicago, IL, United States

This program will be held in-person at the Newberry and livestreamed on Zoom. The online version of this event will be live captioned. Please register below. In-Person Registration Livestream Registration Academic historians have sometimes struggled to understand how local and family histories illuminate national histories. Are they just exceptional, or can they provide new insights into […]


Beginning of New Life

Korean Cultural Center of Chicago 9925 Capitol Dr, Wheeling, IL, United States

Esther Park Solo Exhibition Mar. 10-22, 2023 I am a self-taught artist and have been working for the past 3 years on telling my journey of healing through art. I […]

Soy Boricua

The National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts & Culture 3015 W Division Street, Chicago, IL, United States

From digital collage to painting to glasswork to photography, twelve non-male Diasporican artists explore their expansive identities and how they intersect in their own ways.


Soy Boricua Exhibit Opening

The National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts & Culture 3015 W Division Street, Chicago, IL, United States

The National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts and Culture is honored to work with our incredibly talented local Boricua Artists in celebration of Women’s History Month for a collective exhibition. In […]

March Book Club

Trickster Cultural Center 190 S Roselle Rd, Schaumburg, IL, United States

Join us in-person or virtually on March 10th 5-6:30 PM CST as we discuss the novel, “Our Knowledge is Not Primitive,” with the author, Wendy Makoons Geniusz. Registration Link: