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Wednesday, December 02, 2015
Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events December 2015 News
Get ready to belt out some holiday classics at this part concert, part sing-along, taking place each Friday through December 18, from 6-7pm,
at the Cloud Gate sculpture (aka "The Bean") in Millennium Park.
Holiday music will fill visitors with cheer as local choral groups
perform seasonal favorites and invite revelers to join in the free fun
Sugarplum fairies and mouse kings of all ages and abilities
are invited to point their toes to the familiar music of Tchaikovsky's
holiday classic at this free event with Ballet Chicago and the Lakeside
Pride Symphonic Band on Sunday, December 6, at the Chicago Cultural Center. There are two chances to join in the fun at noon and 3pm with optional ballet lessons preceding at 11am and 3pm!
Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events Announces 2016 Dates
The Department of
Cultural Affair and Special Events has announced the 2016 dates for its
many free festivals, events and exhibitions (highlights only, subject to
change). For a full schedule of events and exhibitions, visit cityofchicago.org/dcase, or join the conversation on Facebook (Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events), Twitter and Instagram (@ChicagoDCASE).
IncentOvate Grant Recipients Announced
Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events (DCASE) recently
announced six recipient arts organizations of the 2015 IncentOvate
grants. Court Theatre, the DuSable Museum of African American History,
Goodman Theatre, The Joffrey Ballet, Lyric Opera of Chicago and Old Town
School of Folk Music will be awarded competitive grants totaling
$400,000 to support projects that advance the goals of the Chicago
Cultural Plan and Cultural Tourism Strategy. The IncentOvate program,
now in its second year, is part of DCASE's Cultural Grants Program and
is designed to stimulate cultural innovation at the city's larger
cultural institutions. Learn more about DCASE's Cultural Grants at chicagoculturalgrants.org.