All Day

Semillas: Artwork by Raul Ortiz Bonilla

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

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


Testimonies on Paper: Art & Poetry of South Asian Women

South Asia Institute 1925 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago

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

Tilling the Past

Swedish American Museum 5211 N. Clark St., Chicago

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

Life in Chicago

Polish Museum of America 984 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago

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

$6 – $10

Soy Boricua

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

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.


Pop-Up Books through the Ages

Newberry Library 60 West Walton Street, Chicago

Pop-up books have a longer history than you might think. For centuries, books with interactive flaps, dials, and other moving parts have captivated readers of all ages.


where the light corrupts your face…

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

Artists Andres L. Hernandez, Tonika Lewis Johnson and Roland Knowlden consider the many definitions of space, site, and home.


Letters from Home

Swedish American Museum 5211 N. Clark St., Chicago

Artists from Sweden and Chicago collaborate to create original works interpreting early 20th century letters to Chicago immigrant Emil Olsson from his family in Sweden.

Free – $6

ReFramed: The Future of Cities in Wood

Chicago Architecture Center 111 E Wacker Dr, Chicago

This exhibition tells the story of building with mass timber and features architectural models of mass timber projects, from public spaces to office buildings.


The Girl in The Diary: Searching for Rywka from the Łódz Ghetto

Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center 9603 Woods Drive, Skokie

In 1945, a 14-year-old's diary was discovered in Auschwitz. The exhibition explores Rywka's life in the Łódz Ghetto and what might have happened after her deportation to Auschwitz and beyond.

Free – $18