Community Art Project Intergenerational Theater

Teaching Artist: Luis CrespoThis is an opportunity for community members to get hands-on experience making art that has an immediate impact.In this free theater course, participants of all ages from Marshall Square, Little Village, Pilsen and Brighton Park will explore immigration and deportation and its impact on our community. Participants will address systemic incarceration and deportation of immigrants thru theater, music and writing. The goal is to develop an intergenerational play exploring these themes. They will be introduced to theatre basics and learn language terminology as they wor

  • OPEN Center for the Arts

Community Art Project Intergenerational Theater

Teaching Artist: Luis CrespoThis is an opportunity for community members to get hands-on experience making art that has an immediate impact.In this free theater course, participants of all ages from Marshall Square, Little Village, Pilsen and Brighton Park will explore immigration and deportation and its impact on our community. Participants will address systemic incarceration and deportation of immigrants thru theater, music and writing. The goal is to develop an intergenerational play exploring these themes. They will be introduced to theatre basics and learn language terminology as they wor

  • OPEN Center for the Arts

Community Art Project Intergenerational Theater

Teaching Artist: Luis CrespoThis is an opportunity for community members to get hands-on experience making art that has an immediate impact.In this free theater course, participants of all ages from Marshall Square, Little Village, Pilsen and Brighton Park will explore immigration and deportation and its impact on our community. Participants will address systemic incarceration and deportation of immigrants thru theater, music and writing. The goal is to develop an intergenerational play exploring these themes. They will be introduced to theatre basics and learn language terminology as they wor

  • OPEN Center for the Arts

Community Art Project Intergenerational Theater

Teaching Artist: Luis CrespoThis is an opportunity for community members to get hands-on experience making art that has an immediate impact.In this free theater course, participants of all ages from Marshall Square, Little Village, Pilsen and Brighton Park will explore immigration and deportation and its impact on our community. Participants will address systemic incarceration and deportation of immigrants thru theater, music and writing. The goal is to develop an intergenerational play exploring these themes. They will be introduced to theatre basics and learn language terminology as they wor

  • OPEN Center for the Arts

Moving Dialogs: Culture in Motion

Moving Dialogs: Culture in Motion features unique collaborations between Chicago-area dance companies and cultural institutions to explore what interpretive dance can add to the tangible objects and experiences in museums. Join us Tuesday, June 5 at 6-8pm - Indo-American Heritage Museum, The Field Museum, 1400 S Lake Shore Dr., and Synapse Art – Rachel Damon choreography. About Moving Dialogs: Culture in Motion: Choreographers from each of three dance companies will partner with curators from three partnering museums to learn about the museum’s collections and heritage, seekin

  • Field Museum

Cultural Intersections: Iconic Chinese Design by Norwegian Architects

Chinese-American Museum of Chicago and Swedish American Museum collaborate to present a tour of Chinatown’s most iconic buildings that have a surprising design history. This program and walking tour will explore the forced intersection of Chinese and Norwegian designs created by the lack of Chinese architects due to the U.S. Chinese Exclusion Act.  At the heart of the tour is Chinatown’s most iconic building, the Pui Tak Center, commissioned by the powerful On Leong Merchant Association and designed by Norwegians Michaelsen and Rognstad in 1928. On the walking tour, discover

  • Chinese-American Museum of Chicago
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