The indoor fest also boasts exclusive, commissioned soundscapes that respond to specific pieces hanging on the museum walls.
Music, theater, family fun — we’ve got plenty of suggestions to help you make big plans for the coming week.
Gucci’s creative director broke his silence Tuesday over an $890 sweater that resembled blackface, saying racism was never his intention.
The war surrounding Israel’s creation, which Palestinians call their “nakba,” or catastrophe, transformed the thobe.
From movies and music to dance and family fun, there’s much to see and do in the coming week throughout the Chicago area.
The mayor and Secretary of State Jesse White plan to announce a new way to restore the West Side’s Legler branch library to regional status.
A graduate student at Northwestern University known for her scholarly work on Soviet-era artwork was found dead Tuesday at her North Side apartment.
Among comics lovers, Stan Lee was as much a superhero as the characters he helped create.
Admission to the world debut of the exhibition will be free to all Chicago Public School students in grades three and higher.
Alex Ross is called “the Norman Rockwell” of comics. He has created some of the more iconic images known to fans today.
The murals, created in the 1880s by Luis Gregori, were intended to encourage immigrants who had come to the U.S. in a time of anti-Catholic sentiment.
Ramona Deitrich’s purple gown design, featuring illustrations of pink planets, a red spaceship and an astronaut, beat over 6,000 other submissions.
It was the flamboyance of Michael Jackson as seen through the classical prism of Louis Vuitton.
Mary Oliver, the Pulitzer Prize-winning poet whose rapturous odes to nature brought her critical acclaim and popular affection, has died.