The next in the interview series that celebrates the ways in which an artistic life can transmute the impact and redefine the legacy of an experience within the Prison Industrial Complex.
An interview with musician and actor Mykele Deville about his West Side roots, the range of roles he takes, and what it means to start and maintain cultural spaces in Pilsen.
Beloved Chicago DJ and one of the minds behind Party Noire discusses her practice and why we must celebrate and embrace our joy.
An interview with Washington, D.C.-born and now Chicago-based filmmaker, animator, painter, sculptor and sound artist.
An audio interview with the Kenya-born and Chicago-based dynamic musician behind the albums Cloud High Vybes and Pocket Juice.
One of the city’s rising artists, curators, and DJs discusses his part in curating a new monthly performance series at Comfort Station, creating inclusive spaces, and art in the age of Trump.