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Monday, February 04, 2019
DCASE News & Events - February 2019 (Chicago, IL.)
Monday, February 11, 6-8pm Chicago Cultural Center
Celebrate the start of the Year of Chicago Theatre!
This free-admission, building-wide celebration invites everyone - from
the curious to seasoned theatre-goers - for an inspiring and surprising
look at the "fearless soul" of our city - Chicago's theatre community.
Part of Chicago Theatre Week happening February 7-17.
Over the course of seven years, artist and educator Cecil McDonald,
Jr. photographed people he describes as "extraordinarily ordinary,"
creating informal portraits of his African American friends and
collaborators while referencing music, art, history and popular culture.
Taste of Chicago is Taking Reservations for this Summer's Festival!
Is your favorite Chicago food
establishment represented at the world's largest free-admission food
festival? If not, now is the time to encourage them to apply to
participate in this year's Taste of Chicago. The summertime tradition,
Taste of Chicago is now inviting members of Chicago's culinary scene to
apply as 5-day participants, 1 or 2-day pop-up participants or as food
trucks at the 2019 festival in Grant Park this July 10-14. All
Chicago-based restaurants, shared kitchens and food trucks that offer
traditional, unique and ethnically diverse menu items are encouraged to
apply online now at TasteofChicago.us. The deadline is February 20.
Application are open for the 2019 CityArts Program Grants for Nonprofit Organizations
This year's CityArts program
will include opportunities to apply for general operating grants across
all artistic disciplines, as well as project grants in alignment with
the City of Chicago's Year of Chicago Theatre. Project grants will
support initiatives that have the potential to impact the Chicago
theatre sector at large. All applicants are encouraged to attend an
application assistance workshop. To RSVP for a workshops, view
guidelines and apply, please visit chicagoculturalgrants.org. The deadline is February 28.
Free, Free, Free!
Stories Come Alive With Lifeline Theatre
Saturday, February 23, 10-11am
Stories come alive
at the library when actors from Rogers Park's own neighborhood theatre
company, Lifeline Theatre, read stories and play drama games with
children of all ages. This month Lifeline is previewing Time Warp Trio
based on the series by Jon Scieszka. Come BE the story! The Time Warp
Trio series of books includes: Knights of the Kitchen Table; Tut, Tut; It's All Greek to Me.
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