Chicago boasts one of the finest and most varied collections of public art in the world.
Portraits featuring South Chicago residents have been installed at Metra stations on the South Side.
The DuSable show is drawn from the collection acquired by the Michigan State University Museum (also home of the Great Lakes Quilt Center).
The Irving Park and Addison Blue Line CTA stations on the city’s Northwest Side are the latest to get new works of public art.
The NEA approved more than $30 million in grants as part of the organization’s first major funding announcement for 2017.
A touring exhibition offers the first comprehensive look as how artists across the country responded to the deadly heath threat in the 1980s and ’90s.