Tampopo-Kai for Under Five-Year-Olds

Join the Japanese American Service Committee for Tampopo-Kai. This unique program has the goal of exposing children to the richness and wonder of the Japanese language and culture through songs, stories, games, arts and crafts, and other activities. The program is geared towards toddlers and preschoolers with three sessions that last approximately 12 weeks each, and a summer session of approximately four weeks. Monday class is for children under 5 years of age. Through physical activities, children will learn about the Japanese culture, annual cultural events and holidays, and Japanese wo

  • Japanese American Service Committee of Chicago

Monetary Greek Debt – From Ancient to Modern Times

Johanna Hanink is an Associate Professor of Classics at Brown University and will be speaking about “Monetary Greek Debt – From Ancient to Modern Times”. Hanink is also the author of The Classical Debt: Greek Antiquity in an Era of Austerity. In her talk, Hanink will be discussing the International Monetary Fund’s first bailout of Greece’s sinking economy in 2010, the phrase “Greek debt” has meant one thing to the country’s creditors. But for millions who claim to prize culture over capital, it means something quite different: the symbolic debt that Western civilization owes to

  • National Hellenic Museum

Distinguished Speakers Series: David J. Kramer

Come and hear David Kramer, a riveting speaker, and expert on US-Russia-Ukraine relations. UIMA again presents an interesting current events program. David J. Kramer has been a staunch supporter of sanctions against Russia and a supporter of Ukraine’s struggle for independence and border security. He was United States Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor from 2008 to 2009. He was President of Freedom House from October 2010 to November 2014. He then served as Senior Director for Human Rights and Human Freedoms at the McCain Institute until 2017 when he bec

  • Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art

OPEN EYES Exhibition

OPEN Center for the Arts celebrates their 3rd anniversary with the opening of the OPEN EYES exhibition. A collection of work featuring Illinois-based artists, this exhibition focuses on their vision of the eye as a fundamental part of how we perceive reality. The opening will also feature live music with musician Kelroy and a few surprises as well.

  • OPEN Center for the Arts

Then They Came for Me Exhibit

This exhibition will be open from June 29 – November 19, 2017. Japanese American Service Committee is partnering on this upcoming exhibit with the Alphawood Gallery: Then They Came for Me: Incarceration of Japanese Americans During WWII and the Demise of Civil Liberties. JASC is consulting with Alphawood to create an experience that will speak to both the great injustice of the WWII incarceration and the current political climate to provoke conversation. The exhibition will draw on photos by Dorothea Lange, Ansel Adams, and others included in the recent book Un-American: The Incarcera

Start with Art

The Museum gallery opens an hour early to give you an opportunity to see the exhibit on your way to work. Nordic: A Photographic Essay of Landscapes, Food and People Acclaimed Swedish Chef, cookbook author and photographer, Magnus Nilsson will present an exhibition of his photography. The large-scale photographs of the Nordic countries, as well as Greenland and the Faroe Islands are drawn from his three year research and over 8000 photos for “The Nordic Cookbook” which includes over 700 recipes. This exhibit was produced by the American Swedish Institute in Minneapolis and invites visitors

  • Swedish American Museum

KULTURKÜCHE: CHICKEN SCHNITZEL

Meet Maifest Grillmeister John and let him show you how to make a staple of German cuisine that everyone knows and loves: Chicken Schnitzel! Hallmarks of a good Schnitzel include very thin meat and a thin crisp coating. While the Austrians insists that a proper “Wiener Schnitzel” has to be made from veal, Germans often use pork or chicken. Traditionally served with cranberry jam and warm potato salad, Schnitzel can also come with a simple bed of greens and a lemon for squeezing onto the meat just before eating. We will be making ours with roasted vegetables! Class fee includes reci

  • DANK Haus German American Cultural Center

Tampopo-Kai for Under Five-Year-Olds

Join the Japanese American Service Committee for Tampopo-Kai. This unique program has the goal of exposing children to the richness and wonder of the Japanese language and culture through songs, stories, games, arts and crafts, and other activities. The program is geared towards toddlers and preschoolers with three sessions that last approximately 12 weeks each, and a summer session of approximately four weeks. Monday class is for children under 5 years of age. Through physical activities, children will learn about the Japanese culture, annual cultural events and holidays, and Japanese wo

  • Japanese American Service Committee of Chicago

Orquesta el Macabeo

One of the great sensations of the current Puerto Rican salsa scene, Orquesta el Macabeo recovers the island’s salsa tradition to update it with new ideas and the energy of its twelve musicians, with backgrounds in punk rock, ska and reggae.The self-proclaimed rockeros con guille de salseros (rockers posing as a salsa band) deliver a hard-hitting salsa edge. SRBCC was awarded the 2016-17 Strengthening Artistic and Cultural Diversity Grant of the Chicago Community Trust for a music series titled “Las Caras Lindas”. Named in honor of Ismael Rivera’s 1978′s classic, the seri

  • Segundo Ruiz Belvis Cultural Center

Orquesta el Macabeo

One of the great sensations of the current Puerto Rican salsa scene, Orquesta el Macabeo recovers the island’s salsa tradition to update it with new ideas and the energy of its twelve musicians, with backgrounds in punk rock, ska and reggae.The self-proclaimed rockeros con guille de salseros (rockers posing as a salsa band) deliver a hard-hitting salsa edge. SRBCC was awarded the 2016-17 Strengthening Artistic and Cultural Diversity Grant of the Chicago Community Trust for a music series titled “Las Caras Lindas”. Named in honor of Ismael Rivera’s 1978′s classic, the seri

  • Segundo Ruiz Belvis Cultural Center

Barrio Arts Fest 2017

The 17th Edition of Barrio Arts Fest is a historical one. It commemorates the opening of the National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts and Culture after an extensive reconstruction of the former establishment of the Humboldt Park Stables that lasted over a decade. Now, the historic building that housed the Institute of Puerto Rican Arts and Culture (IPRAC) through its transition will rejoice once again with its signature arts festival, Barrio Arts Fest, during the weekend of July 8th & 9th, 2017. Every year Barrio Arts Fest, in addition to the artists/vendors, offers workshops for the entire fa

  • National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts & Culture

Tampopo-Kai for Under Five-Year-Olds

Join the Japanese American Service Committee for Tampopo-Kai. This unique program has the goal of exposing children to the richness and wonder of the Japanese language and culture through songs, stories, games, arts and crafts, and other activities. The program is geared towards toddlers and preschoolers with three sessions that last approximately 12 weeks each, and a summer session of approximately four weeks. Monday class is for children under 5 years of age. Through physical activities, children will learn about the Japanese culture, annual cultural events and holidays, and Japanese wo

  • Japanese American Service Committee of Chicago

PMAL Duplicate Booksale

The Polish Museum of America Library is selling duplicate books in English and Polish on various Polish subjects, as well as a variety of books on non-Polish subjects. The funds raised will help finance necessary improvements to the more than 100-year-old not-for-profit Library and ensure its continued success. The items on sale come primarily from donations. If you love books, this is the place to purchase them at discount prices. Give a book a home! The books not sold during the July 29-31 event will be available for purchase at further discounted prices in the Library through August 30, 201

  • Polish Roman Catholic Union of America

Tampopo-Kai for Under Five-Year-Olds

Join the Japanese American Service Committee for Tampopo-Kai. This unique program has the goal of exposing children to the richness and wonder of the Japanese language and culture through songs, stories, games, arts and crafts, and other activities. The program is geared towards toddlers and preschoolers with three sessions that last approximately 12 weeks each, and a summer session of approximately four weeks. Monday class is for children under 5 years of age. Through physical activities, children will learn about the Japanese culture, annual cultural events and holidays, and Japanese wo

  • Japanese American Service Committee of Chicago

Tampopo-Kai

Join the Japanese American Service Committee for Tampopo-Kai. This unique program has the goal of exposing children to the richness and wonder of the Japanese language and culture through songs, stories, games, arts and crafts, and other activities. The program is geared towards toddlers and preschoolers with three sessions that last approximately 12 weeks each, and a summer session of approximately four weeks. Wednesday class introduces Hiragana, or beginning Japanese writing, and has a more formal classroom structure. The weekly routine includes traditional Japanese games and play, sto

  • Japanese American Service Committee of Chicago

Tampopo-Kai for Under Five-Year-Olds

Join the Japanese American Service Committee for Tampopo-Kai. This unique program has the goal of exposing children to the richness and wonder of the Japanese language and culture through songs, stories, games, arts and crafts, and other activities. The program is geared towards toddlers and preschoolers with three sessions that last approximately 12 weeks each, and a summer session of approximately four weeks. Monday class is for children under 5 years of age. Through physical activities, children will learn about the Japanese culture, annual cultural events and holidays, and Japanese wo

  • Japanese American Service Committee of Chicago

Tampopo-Kai

Join the Japanese American Service Committee for Tampopo-Kai. This unique program has the goal of exposing children to the richness and wonder of the Japanese language and culture through songs, stories, games, arts and crafts, and other activities. The program is geared towards toddlers and preschoolers with three sessions that last approximately 12 weeks each, and a summer session of approximately four weeks. Wednesday class introduces Hiragana, or beginning Japanese writing, and has a more formal classroom structure. The weekly routine includes traditional Japanese games and play, sto

  • Japanese American Service Committee of Chicago

Tampopo-Kai for Under Five-Year-Olds

Join the Japanese American Service Committee for Tampopo-Kai. This unique program has the goal of exposing children to the richness and wonder of the Japanese language and culture through songs, stories, games, arts and crafts, and other activities. The program is geared towards toddlers and preschoolers with three sessions that last approximately 12 weeks each, and a summer session of approximately four weeks. Monday class is for children under 5 years of age. Through physical activities, children will learn about the Japanese culture, annual cultural events and holidays, and Japanese wo

  • Japanese American Service Committee of Chicago

Tampopo-Kai

Join the Japanese American Service Committee for Tampopo-Kai. This unique program has the goal of exposing children to the richness and wonder of the Japanese language and culture through songs, stories, games, arts and crafts, and other activities. The program is geared towards toddlers and preschoolers with three sessions that last approximately 12 weeks each, and a summer session of approximately four weeks. Wednesday class introduces Hiragana, or beginning Japanese writing, and has a more formal classroom structure. The weekly routine includes traditional Japanese games and play, sto

  • Japanese American Service Committee of Chicago

Tampopo-Kai for Under Five-Year-Olds

Join the Japanese American Service Committee for Tampopo-Kai. This unique program has the goal of exposing children to the richness and wonder of the Japanese language and culture through songs, stories, games, arts and crafts, and other activities. The program is geared towards toddlers and preschoolers with three sessions that last approximately 12 weeks each, and a summer session of approximately four weeks. Monday class is for children under 5 years of age. Through physical activities, children will learn about the Japanese culture, annual cultural events and holidays, and Japanese wo

  • Japanese American Service Committee of Chicago

Tampopo-Kai

Join the Japanese American Service Committee for Tampopo-Kai. This unique program has the goal of exposing children to the richness and wonder of the Japanese language and culture through songs, stories, games, arts and crafts, and other activities. The program is geared towards toddlers and preschoolers with three sessions that last approximately 12 weeks each, and a summer session of approximately four weeks. Wednesday class introduces Hiragana, or beginning Japanese writing, and has a more formal classroom structure. The weekly routine includes traditional Japanese games and play, sto

  • Japanese American Service Committee of Chicago

Tampopo-Kai for Under Five-Year-Olds

Join the Japanese American Service Committee for Tampopo-Kai. This unique program has the goal of exposing children to the richness and wonder of the Japanese language and culture through songs, stories, games, arts and crafts, and other activities. The program is geared towards toddlers and preschoolers with three sessions that last approximately 12 weeks each, and a summer session of approximately four weeks. Monday class is for children under 5 years of age. Through physical activities, children will learn about the Japanese culture, annual cultural events and holidays, and Japanese wo

  • Japanese American Service Committee of Chicago

Tampopo-Kai for Under Five-Year-Olds

Join the Japanese American Service Committee for Tampopo-Kai. This unique program has the goal of exposing children to the richness and wonder of the Japanese language and culture through songs, stories, games, arts and crafts, and other activities. The program is geared towards toddlers and preschoolers with three sessions that last approximately 12 weeks each, and a summer session of approximately four weeks. Monday class is for children under 5 years of age. Through physical activities, children will learn about the Japanese culture, annual cultural events and holidays, and Japanese wo

  • Japanese American Service Committee of Chicago

Tampopo-Kai for Under Five-Year-Olds

Join the Japanese American Service Committee for Tampopo-Kai. This unique program has the goal of exposing children to the richness and wonder of the Japanese language and culture through songs, stories, games, arts and crafts, and other activities. The program is geared towards toddlers and preschoolers with three sessions that last approximately 12 weeks each, and a summer session of approximately four weeks. Monday class is for children under 5 years of age. Through physical activities, children will learn about the Japanese culture, annual cultural events and holidays, and Japanese wo

  • Japanese American Service Committee of Chicago

Tampopo-Kai for Under Five-Year-Olds

Join the Japanese American Service Committee for Tampopo-Kai. This unique program has the goal of exposing children to the richness and wonder of the Japanese language and culture through songs, stories, games, arts and crafts, and other activities. The program is geared towards toddlers and preschoolers with three sessions that last approximately 12 weeks each, and a summer session of approximately four weeks. Monday class is for children under 5 years of age. Through physical activities, children will learn about the Japanese culture, annual cultural events and holidays, and Japanese wo

  • Japanese American Service Committee of Chicago

Tampopo-Kai for Under Five-Year-Olds

Join the Japanese American Service Committee for Tampopo-Kai. This unique program has the goal of exposing children to the richness and wonder of the Japanese language and culture through songs, stories, games, arts and crafts, and other activities. The program is geared towards toddlers and preschoolers with three sessions that last approximately 12 weeks each, and a summer session of approximately four weeks. Monday class is for children under 5 years of age. Through physical activities, children will learn about the Japanese culture, annual cultural events and holidays, and Japanese wo

  • Japanese American Service Committee of Chicago

Tampopo-Kai for Under Five-Year-Olds

Join the Japanese American Service Committee for Tampopo-Kai. This unique program has the goal of exposing children to the richness and wonder of the Japanese language and culture through songs, stories, games, arts and crafts, and other activities. The program is geared towards toddlers and preschoolers with three sessions that last approximately 12 weeks each, and a summer session of approximately four weeks. Monday class is for children under 5 years of age. Through physical activities, children will learn about the Japanese culture, annual cultural events and holidays, and Japanese wo

  • Japanese American Service Committee of Chicago

Tampopo-Kai

Join the Japanese American Service Committee for Tampopo-Kai. This unique program has the goal of exposing children to the richness and wonder of the Japanese language and culture through songs, stories, games, arts and crafts, and other activities. The program is geared towards toddlers and preschoolers with three sessions that last approximately 12 weeks each, and a summer session of approximately four weeks. Wednesday class introduces Hiragana, or beginning Japanese writing, and has a more formal classroom structure. The weekly routine includes traditional Japanese games and play, sto

  • Japanese American Service Committee of Chicago

Tampopo-Kai for Under Five-Year-Olds

Join the Japanese American Service Committee for Tampopo-Kai. This unique program has the goal of exposing children to the richness and wonder of the Japanese language and culture through songs, stories, games, arts and crafts, and other activities. The program is geared towards toddlers and preschoolers with three sessions that last approximately 12 weeks each, and a summer session of approximately four weeks. Monday class is for children under 5 years of age. Through physical activities, children will learn about the Japanese culture, annual cultural events and holidays, and Japanese wo

  • Japanese American Service Committee of Chicago