It’s no secret that local arts organization Around the Coyote has been struggling to survive for some time now. We noted ATC’s battle with debt back in December. Now, we’re sad to report, the battle has officially come to an end. Around the Coyote ceased operations as of Saturday, May 8, according to a press release.
Thankfully, the organization will live on in some ways, as the staff is allocating its “remaining resources, knowledge and equipment” to other local non-profits, including ThreeWalls and Chicago Artists Coalition. ThreeWalls hosts a fundraiser on May 28.
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