Get a first look at the episodes of Transition To Power, the latest documentary film series by On The Real Film on artists in the election aftermath.
A series of interviews that reveal how a creative life can transmute the impact and redefine the legacy of an experience within the Prison Industrial Complex.
One of Chicago’s well-known performance and poetry artists discusses her work, coming out gay post a het-marriage, genderqueerity, and the joys of motherhood.
Five poems that find inspiration in lyricists like Fred Moten, Alice Notley, Hannah Weiner, Eileen Myles, Claudia Rankine, and Young Thug.
A poem on the buzz of drones, wail of sirens, and sounds of rebellion.
While a new Sixty Inches from Center is in the making, please enjoy our weekly calendar, a list of visual art related events happening in Chicago. Events are chosen based on the information that is put in front of us. If you would like to take advantage of having your event listed on our website please send a press release to email@example.com Monday || March 31 Do Not Submit: A Storytelling Open Mic 7:30 to 10 p.m.; sign-up starts at 7 p.m. Powell’s Bookstore 2850 N Lincoln Ave Chicago, IL 60657 Free If you have been wanting to dip a toe into storytelling without facing a sold-out Moth Slam audience, this is the place to experiment. If you are an experienced writer/performer looking to hone your live lit skills, this is the place to put the work in. Not interested in telling? Come experience the process, and see how the polished stories on stage tomorrow are being shaped, tested and reworked today. Tuesday || April 1 Two Cookie Minimum Reading Series Celebrates Chicago’s Polish Writers 9 …
Jenny Lam chats with local musician and Fulton Street Collective Director Joe LaNasa. Part I.
Photo credit: Luca Dipierro. Myles gives her talk, “MYSELF (pornography)” and discusses Inferno: A Poet’s Novel.