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April 21 & 22 Chicago Cultural Center If
you create, perform or produce...this is for you. The Midwest's largest
FREE gathering of artists and creative professionals features more than
50 interactive workshops & panels, keynote conversations with
industry leaders, one-on-one career advice sessions and much more. All
events are open to anyone working in (or aspiring to work in) creative
fields including music, theater, dance, art & design.
Guest curated by Terry R. Myers, this first major institutional
exhibition of the work of Chicago-based artist Candida Alvarez will
focus on the artist's paintings, presenting significant works from 1982
to 2016. Born in Brooklyn and based in Chicago since 1998, Alvarez has
been involved with both abstraction and representation in her diverse
work for more than 40 years.
DCASE is proud to partner with Mayor Emanuel's One Summer
Chicago Program to create a Public Art Youth Corps this summer. Paid
interns will be matched with community organizations to work on public
art projects in neighborhoods across the city and to establish career
connections with industry professionals. Young job seekers ages 14 to 24 are encouraged to apply by May 15 at onesummerchicago.org.
Cultural organizations interested in offering public art-related
internships are invited to visit the same website and click on the
B-Series at The Dance Center of Columbia College Chicago
April 14 & 15
A celebration of the cultures, histories and aesthetics of
hip-hop and street-dance forms such as breaking, popping and Chicago
footwork, the B-series spotlights some of the most talented street
dancers in the region. Curated by Kelsa Robinson, visiting lecturer at
the Dance Center of Columbia College Chicago. View the full schedule of
events at www.colum.edu.