Resistencia y Libertá por Bombazo Wear

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

Bomba music and dance provide  resistance, self-expression, and community building for Afro-Puerto Ricans. This exhibit displays the evolution of bomba attire since the 17th century.

Celebrating 100 Years of Rafael Tufiño at ICP

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

Master artist Tufiño used his art to shed light on the marginalized stories and contributions of everyday Afro-Puerto Ricans, earning him the moniker of the “Painter of the People."

German Intercultural Classes

DANK Haus German American Cultural Center 4740 N. Western Ave., Chicago, IL, United States

Are you looking for an intercultural program for your employees which will prepare them for their stay in a German-speaking country? Then contact us at [email protected] for more information.

Materials, Metaphors, and Miniatures

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

The exhibition 'Materials, Metaphors, and Miniatures' featuring works from the Hundal Collection delves into neo-contemporary miniature painting through the works of artists who have moved beyond the traditional format and […]

Loop as Lab: Reshaping Downtowns Exhibition

Chicago Architecture Center 111 E Wacker Dr, Chicago, IL, United States

Chicago’s Loop is an inflection point, emerging from the pandemic on shaky footing but also with abundant opportunity to transition to something more vibrant, resilient, and livable. Loop as Lab: Reshaping Downtowns holds our central business district up to the light, exploring ways to keep our economic engine humming while diversifying uses and making the […]


West Side Parks and Their Architects

Online Event

Join the Chicago Architecture Center online for an exploration of Jens Jensen's Columbus Park and Alfred Caldwell's Riis Park—two influential landscape designs inspired by our city's prehistoric shoreline and the region's rich ecology. Jensen designed Columbus Park in 1917, seizing the opportunity for a clean-slate design in his last major park project in Chicago. Caldwell, […]


South Asians On The Mic (Vol. 2)

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

After the tremendous success of our first event, South Asia Institute is back with the second event in our bi-monthly open series, South Asians On The Mic, on Friday, May 31! We are now accepting submissions for artists to participate in this event. Please submit an application using the button below and support the artists […]

Haitian Heritage Month Sip, Shop & Workshop

Haitian American Museum of Chicago 4410 N Clark St, Chicago, United States

HAMOC is hosting a celebration for Haitian Heritage Month, as well as the May birthdays of staff, volunteers, and friends of the museum on May 31st, 2024 from 6pm to 8pm. Plus, we will learn more about Haitian Scarves with a workshop led by Jean Julbert Desire. We will be serving light refreshments. This celebration […]

Performance by Guillermo Fernández

International Latino Cultural Center 542 S Dearborn St Suite 610, Chicago, IL, United States

Award-winning singer, musician, and composer Guillermo Fernández is one of the most important voices in Argentine Tango and popular culture. Twice awarded the Premios Kronos as one of the top five Tango singers of the decade (2005 & 2015), Guillermo Fernández brings his solo show to Chicago armed only with his guitar and voice. El […]