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Queer-As-German-Folk-through-June

  'Queer As German Folk' through June

The project "Queer as German Folk" takes the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots as an occasion to examine the current status of the gender diversity discourse on the basis of the history of the queer ...


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  CAKE Chicago shows diversity in comics

CAKE ( the Chicago Alternative Comics Expo ) took place at Center on Halsted, 3656 N. Halsted Ave., on June 1-2. According to its website, CAKE "is a weekend-long celebration of independent comics, inspired by Chicago's ...


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  Designer Oyejide to lecture June 5

Wale Oyejide—a writer, musician, lawyer, designer, and creative director and founder of the fashion house Ikire Jones—will present a lecture Wed., June 5, at the Richard H. Driehaus Museum, 40 E. Erie St. The cocktail reception ...


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  Gerber/Hart unveils Stonewall-era activism exhibit

Gerber/Hart Library and Archives debuted a new exhibit, "Out of the Closets & Into the Streets: Power, Pride & Resistance in Chicago's Gay Liberation Movement," June 1 at the library. The exhibit is focused on Chicago ...


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  Alternative comics expo June 1-2

CAKE ( the Chicago Alternative Comics Expo ) will take place at Center on Halsted, 3656 N. Halsted Ave., on June 1-2. According to its website, CAKE "is a weekend-long celebration of independent comics, inspired by ...


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  Chicago Alternative Comics Expo at Center on Halsted June 1 and 2

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS — During the first weekend of June, Center on Halsted, an LGBT community center located in Chicago's Boystown neighborhood, plays host to the Chicago Alternative Comics Expo ( CAKE ). The free event is ...


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  ART Jonathan David Katz on curating revolutionary 'Stonewall' exhibit

On Wed., May 22, Wrightwood 659 will launch "About Face: Stonewall, Revolt and New Queer Art"—a major new exhibition marking the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Rebellion. Jonathan David Katz, Ph.D.—who, in 2016, co-curated "Art AIDS ...


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  About Face: Stonewall, Revolt and New Queer Art May 22

( CHICAGO, IL — May 6, 2019 ) Wrightwood 659 hails the Stonewall Rebellion on its 50th anniversary with About Face: Stonewall, Revolt and New Queer Art. This major exhibition, which occupies all four floors of ...


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  ART Magalie Guerin showing her unique art in Elmhurst

Wicker Park resident and queer artist Magalie Guerin is bringing her work to the Elmhurst Art Museum this summer. The exhibition is titled "With a Capital P: Selections by Six Painters" and presents the curations of ...


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  FASHION Driehaus Awards honors emerging designers

The Driehaus Design Initiative hosted The Driehaus Awards for Fashion Excellence on April 26, leaving an encouraging message for local emerging designers. The event was a cocktail party and runway-show competition highlighting the talents and fashion ...


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  FASHION Chicago lesbian offers unique jewelry, accessories

Every fashion lover knows that accessories complete an outfit—whether it's a simple brooch, a pair of earrings or a pair of fancy gloves. It's the detail in an outfit that stands out … and if you ...


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  Panel focuses on queer identity within the fantastical

On April 25, Chicago History Museum's OUT at CHM hosted "Out of This World"—a panel by LGBTQ speculative authors discussing how highly fictionalized worlds reflect and inform queer identity and history. With Pride Action Tank Executive ...


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  Boystown art gallery being sold

The Lake View art space The Leigh Gallery is being sold. According to BizBuySell.com, the asking price for the 1,250-square-foot space, established in 2005, is $180,000 ( including inventory ). The sale of the gallery, at ...


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  Leather Archives exhibiting Bearnot's 'Fruiting Bodies'

The Leather Archives and Museum ( LA&M ), 6418 N. Greenview Ave., is presenting "Fruiting Bodies," a solo exhibition by Andrew Bearnot in the museum's Guest Artist Gallery ( GAG ). The exhibition will include new ...


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  Local designer named Kennedy Center fellow

Local designer Sky Cubacub has been named one of The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts' newly announced 2019-20 cohort of Citizen Artist Fellows. Cubacub—a Chicago native—is an artist, designer and the leader of ...


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  'Still/Here: Torture...' through April 26

Chicago Torture Justice Memorials ( CTJM ) commissioned six artists and artist-teams to conceive and develop fully-realized proposals for an ambitious, permanent public artwork to honor named and unnamed torture survivors—with the result being "Still/Here: Torture, ...


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  'FACES: Out and Proud' at Center on Halsted

The Center on Halsted is presenting "FACES: Out & Proud," an exhibition of the fine art photographs by Chicagoan Chuck Kramer. The show will run through Wed., April 10, in the third-floor gallery at the Center ...


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  PHOTOGRAPHY Iconic photographer honored in 'Laura Aguilar: Show and Tell'

Laura Aguilar—who died at 58 in April 2018—explored multiple aspects of her identity in her photographs. She was queer, Latinx, working-class and what some might deem plus-sized. She also struggled with auditory dyslexia, depression and diabetes—the ...


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  7th Annual Edgewater Arts Festival to Benefit Edgewater Artists in Motion

CHICAGO, IL — Edgewater Arts Festival http://www.edgewaterartists.com/, the premier art-focused, neighborhood festival occurring in the diverse Edgewater neighborhood of Chicago, has set a date for the 2019fest. The seventh annual festival will happen on Saturday and ...


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  Navy Pier plans 2019 free summer arts and cultural Events

CHICAGO — As the summer season approaches, Navy Pier is pleased to announce the highlights of its 2019 summer programming schedule, featuring a robust lineup of free events and program series spanning from Memorial Day weekend ...


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  Wrightwood 659 to showcase Stonewall Rebellion

Wrightwood 659, 659 W. Wrightwood Ave., is hailing the Stonewall Rebellion—which spurred the modern-day LGBTQ-rights movement—with a major exhibition marking the 50th anniversary of that historic event. "About Face: Stonewall, Revolt and New Queer Art" will ...


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  Leather Archives exhibiting Bearnot's 'Fruiting Bodies'

The Leather Archives and Museum ( LA&M ), 6418 N. Greenview Ave., is presenting "Fruiting Bodies," a solo exhibition by Andrew Bearnot in the museum's Guest Artist Gallery ( GAG ). The exhibition will include new ...


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  Laura Aguilar exhibit at NMMA

The exhibit "Laura Aguilar: Show and Tell" will be shown at the National Museum of Mexican Art ( NMMA ), 1852 W. 19th St., March 22-Aug. 18. Sybil Venegas is the curator. There will be more ...


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  New Art Institute exhibit spotlights professor/HIV activist

During his 30 years of documenting the AIDS crisis, Gregg Bordowitz has learned that people can be resilient, fragile and powerful when organizing toward change. The artist/activist/professor started recording the AIDS epidemic and his personal experience ...


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  "Trans Art Is" Trans Day Of Visibility 2019 Launch Celebration March 31

The Chicago Therapy Collective is at is again, building platforms for Trans and QTPOC* artists to share their voices, sounds, movements, and truths and bringing you a phenomenal lineup of creatives. Get excited, Chicago! Join us ...


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  STONEWALL AT 50 3-D digital record of Stonewall monument done

Heritage preservation non-profit organization CyArk has completed the first-ever three-dimensional digital record of the Stonewall National Monument in New York City to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising. Iron Mountain Incorporated, which specializes in ...


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  Gerber/Hart hosts Black Lesbian Archives stop

Kru Maekdo is a 26-year-old creative director, archivist, and artist. She is the owner of Maekdo Productions, a multimedia production and event programming company serving women's art's and community within the LGBTQ community. On Feb. 23, ...


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  Donald Strzepek on jewelry business, early Lgbtq activism

Lifelong Chicagoan Donald Strzepek has been in the jewelry business for more than 30 years and is currently the owner of Tucker Inc., in the heart of Jeweler's Row in the Loop. "I grew up on ...


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  'FACES: Out and Proud' debuting March 1

The Center on Halsted is presenting "FACES: Out & Proud," an exhibition of the fine art photographs by Chicagoan Chuck Kramer. The show will open Friday, March 1, and run through Wed., April 10, in the ...


Gerber-Hart-Library-honoring-AIDS-stamps

  Gerber/Hart Library honoring AIDS stamps

In commemoration of the release of the U.S. stamp that honored the Red Ribbon for AIDS Awareness, Gerber/Hart Library and Archives, 6500 N. Clark St., is hosting an exhibit that will honor awareness stamps from around ...


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  Arts alliance honoring Evette Cardona, others

Lesbian activist Evette Cardona will be one of three individuals who will receive the Puerto Rican Arts Alliance's Felisa Rincon de Gautier Distinguished Woman Award on Thursday, March 14, 6-8 p.m., at NBC Tower, 454 N. ...


Gallery-opening-celebrates-trans-art

  Gallery opening celebrates trans art

On Feb. 14—in commemoration of Valentine's Day—The Chicago Therapy Collective presented the final exhibition of its series "Trans Art Is." The show, titled "Trans Art Is: Love and Liberation," shone a spotlight on intimacy, sexuality and ...


Trans-art-show-launches-Feb-14

  Trans art show launches Feb. 14

Chicago Therapy Collective is presenting the exhibit "Trans Art Is: Love & Liberation." An opening ceremony will take place at Andersonville Gallery, 5247 N. Clark St., on Thursday, Feb. 14, 7:30-9 p.m. Just some of the ...


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  Gender pay-gap admission at MCA

On Saturday, Feb. 23, the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, 220 E. Chicago Ave., will open "Laurie Simmons: Big Camera/Little Camera," the first major survey of the work of artist Laurie Simmons. During the run of ...


FACES-Out-and-Proud-debuting-March-1

  'FACES: Out and Proud' debuting March 1

The Center on Halsted is presenting "FACES: Out & Proud," an exhibition of the fine art photographs by Chicagoan Chuck Kramer. The show will open Friday, March 1, and run through Wed., April 10, in the ...


Lakeview-group-to-create-new-public-art-destination-seeks-artists-for-murals

  Lakeview group to create new public art destination, seeks artists for murals

Friends of Lakeview—a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and partner of the Lakeview Chamber of Commerce and Special Service Area (SSA) 27—has announced a call for artists to create multiple art installations in West Lake View in 2019. ...


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  Mayoral arts forum Feb. 10 at Broadway

Arts Alliance Illinois Executive Director Claire Rice, Broadway in Chicago President Lou Raizin and Vice President Eileen LaCario, and League of Chicago Theatres Executive Director Deb Clapp have announced the 2019 Chicago Mayoral Arts Forum, taking ...


Hamilton-The-Exhibition-tickets-on-sale-

  Hamilton, The Exhibition tickets on sale

CHICAGO ( Jan. 29, 2019 ) — Tickets to Hamilton: The Exhibition will go on sale to the general public at 10AM on Friday, Feb. 15. Hamilton: The Exhibition will premiere in Chicago on April 6, ...


Local-artist-delves-into-the-abstract-to-develop-fashion-brand

  Local artist delves into the abstract to develop fashion brand

Jeanette Billips is an artist, a sneakerhead and a lover of Chicago. She's 32-years-old and recently launched a fashion brand, Von Sole, that takes her love for art and Chicago to the next level. Billups told ...


LQBTQ-Artists-Gallery-Opening-Exhibit-Jan-18

  LQBTQ Artists Gallery Opening Exhibit Jan. 18

LQBTQ Artists Gallery Opening Exhibit launches on Friday, Jan. 18, from 6:00-8:00 pm. The opening night event is the official premiere of the work by artists from Marwen & Marlon Lyles. Opening night reception, on Friday, ...


Betsy-Odom-butchcraft-LGBTQ-identity-and-art

  Betsy Odom, butchcraft, LGBTQ identity and art

Chicago-based artist Betsy Odom will have her first museum solo exhibit at DePaul Art Museum, along with artist Karolina Gnatowski. Their collaboration will highlight themes on weaving, sports, and LGBTQ identity. They are among the growing ...


Auditorium-Theatre-restores-Louis-Sullivan-designed-stencils

  Auditorium Theatre restores Louis Sullivan-designed stencils

( CHICAGO, IL ) The Auditorium Theatre, a National Historic Landmark that celebrated its 129th birthday on Dec. 9, 2018, recently restored intricate, Louis Sullivan-designed stencils in the theatre's north Dress Circle inglenook. Sullivan, considered the ...


HAPPY-HOLIDAYS-from-Windy-City-Times-and-your-furry-friends

  HAPPY HOLIDAYS from Windy City Times and your furry friends

Thanks to everyone for submitting pet photos. Adorable?! ...


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  Kahlo works at Glen Ellyn campus in 2020

College of DuPage, in partnership with the McAninch Arts Center and Cleve Carney Art Gallery, expanded upon the plans to host the largest private collection of works by Frida Kahlo at the Cleve Carney Art Gallery ...


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  Artist Tom Bachtell on exhibit and late partner Andrew Patner

Self-taught artist Tom Bachtell's work is currently featured in a exhibit, "Tom Bachtell in AdventureLand," at AdventureLand Gallery, 1513 N. Western Ave. The free exhibit opened Dec. 7 with an evening reception and will run through ...


Thrift-shop-exhibits-AIDS-artwork-by-homeless-youth

  Thrift shop exhibits AIDS artwork by homeless youth

December usually means holiday cheer, hot cocoa and family gatherings. For Monarch Thrift Shop in Avondale, at 2866 N. Milwaukee Ave., it also means honoring World AIDS day—for the entire month. The thrift shop's latest addition ...


-Activists-and-Icons-at-Holocaust-Museum-through-June-23

  'Activists and Icons' at Holocaust Museum through June 23

"Activists and Icons: The Photographs of Steve Schapiro," an exhibit at Skokie's Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center, will run through June 23, 2019. Schapiro, a Chicago-based photographer, has works that have been featured in publications ...


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  Day With(out) Art screening Dec. 15

Visual AIDS' Chicago marquee screening of Alternate Endings, Activist Risings on Saturday, Dec. 15, at 7 p.m. at the Museum of Contemporary Art, 220 E. Chicago Ave. After the screening, there will be a panel with ...


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  NRA settles with 'The Bean' artist

The National Rifle Association ( NRA ) has agreed to remove an image of the Millennium Park sculpture "The Bean" from a 2017 video, The Chicago Tribune reported. Titled "The Violence of Lies," the video—with NRA ...


One-of-a-Kind-Holiday-Show-through-Dec-9

  'One of a Kind Holiday Show' through Dec. 9

Through Dec. 9, the One of a Kind Holiday Show is returning to the seventh floor of The Mart, 222 W. Merchandise Mart Plaza. More than 600 independent artists from across North America and beyond are ...


-3Arts-announces-award-winners-

  3Arts announces award winners

Chicago-based nonprofit grantmaking organization 3Arts awarded 20 Chicago artists with unrestricted grants at the 11th annual 3Arts Awards Celebration at the Museum of Contemporary Art, 220 E. Chicago Ave. The celebration, which drew more than 300 ...


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  Kahlo works at Glen Ellyn campus in 2020

College of DuPage, in partnership with the McAninch Arts Center and Cleve Carney Art Gallery, expanded upon the plans to host the largest private collection of works by Frida Kahlo at the Cleve Carney Art Gallery ...


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  Kahlo works at Glen Ellyn campus in 2020

College of DuPage, in partnership with the McAninch Arts Center and Cleve Carney Art Gallery, expanded upon the plans to host the largest private collection of works by Frida Kahlo at the Cleve Carney Art Gallery ...


Loop-historical-exhibit-spotlights-Black-designers

  Loop historical exhibit spotlights Black designers

Margaret T. Burroughs was an instrumental designer in the South Side Black design community who bridged global divides, design interests and created nurturing environments for artists and designers to thrive. She co-founded the DuSable Museum in ...


3Arts-announces-award-winners

  3Arts announces award winners

Chicago-based nonprofit grantmaking organization 3Arts awarded 20 Chicago artists with unrestricted grants at the 11th annual 3Arts Awards Celebration Nov. 5, at the Museum of Contemporary Art, 220 E. Chicago Ave. The celebration, which drew more ...


Green-Line-Performing-Arts-Center-opens

  Green Line Performing Arts Center opens

On Nov. 10, the Green Line Performing Arts Center, 329 E. Garfield Blvd., had its grand opening. Conceived by Theaster Gates, a UChicago professor as well as the founder and former director of Arts and Public ...


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  Frida Kahlo works at Glen Ellyn campus in summer 2020

Glen Ellyn, Ill. — College of DuPage ( COD ), in partnership with the McAninch Arts Center ( MAC ) and Cleve Carney Art Gallery, today expanded upon the plans to host the largest private collection ...


Late-gay-artists-identity-politics-intersect-at-MoCP

  Late gay artist's identity, politics intersect at MoCP

Several small portraits of collage artist Ralph Arnold hang at the entrance of the Museum of Contemporary Photography ( MoCP ), 600 S. Michigan Ave. In one, he wears an African Kufi hat. In another, he ...


Blossom-Boys-reopens

  Blossom Boys reopens

On Nov. 2, Blossom Boys—a flower shop that Steve English and Ryan Steinbach own—reopened in the Beverly neighborhood of Chicago at 1810 W. 103rd St. The original store closed in 2016 after eight years at 99th ...


Black-Panther-art-exhibit-now-open

  Black Panther art exhibit now open

Following exhibitions at American Steel Studios in Oakland, California, and Gregorio Escalante Gallery in Los Angeles, SEPIA collective hosted the third exhibition of "ICONIC: Black Panther," at Chicago's Stony Island Arts Bank, complete with an opening ...


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  DIFFA/Chicago's 'Art for Life' gala draws hundreds

Hundreds of art aficionados were in attendance at Venue West for DIFFA/Chicago's 2nd annual Art for Life Chicago juried art auction and exhibition on Oct. 18. The event featured bidding, beverages and bites—along with an array ...


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  2018 Eyeworks Festival of Experimental Animation Nov. 10

EVANSTON, Ill. —- The Block Museum of Art at Northwestern University hosts the fourth annual Chicago screening of the Eyeworks Festival of Experimental Animation, Saturday, Nov. 10 at the Block Cinema, 40 Arts Circle Drive, on ...


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  Quilt + Resist: Art, Politics, Storytelling at Woman Made Gallery

CHICAGO — Woman Made Gallery ( WMG ) is pleased to present 'Quilt + Resist: Art, Politics, Storytelling,' an exhibition juried by Marcia Grubb and Adelia Moore. The history/herstory of quilts spans domestic, political, artistic, religious ...


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  Chicago hosts Latino Fashion Week

The opening night of Latino Fashion Week was as fierce as the models walking the runway. The opening night was Oct. 11 at Block Thirty Seven in downtown Chicago. Models, photographers, spectators and friends gathered for ...


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  Arts in the Dark Halloween Parade to light up State St. Oct. 20

Arts in the Dark, the magical nighttime Halloween procession, will march down State Street for the first time, Saturday, October 20 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The event will be filled with costumes, spectacle, music, ...


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  Two spaces celebrate access to artists with disabilities

Accessibility has many shades of meaning in the arts, far beyond the question of "Is this work that people can understand?" For artists themselves, access—or the lack thereof—to time and space for creating work proves crucial ...


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  WORLD Another bakery case, Austrian marriage, Mapplethorpe situation

Britain's highest court ruled that a Northern Irish bakery's refusal to make a cake bearing a pro-gay slogan was not discriminatory in a ruling condemned by the customer, a gay-rights activist, but hailed by the province's ...


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  'ACE Comic Con Midwest' Oct. 12-14

The pop-culture experience ACE Comic Con Midwest ( involving ACE Universe ) will take place Oct. 12-14 at Chicago's Navy Pier. According to the event's website, founders/brothers Gareb Shamus and Stephen Shamus are "producing the first ...


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  'Art for Life' gears up for annual auction

For years, the Chicago branch of Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS ( DIFFA ), an organization composed of architecture and interior design professionals, has raised money for AIDS nonprofits. Some of those who've received DIFFA grants ...


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  Lesbian makeup artist on business, planning own wedding

Growing up gay usually means that family and friends are convinced it's just a phase. For 30-year-old Chicagoan Casseita Sutton, better known as Missy, that phase has turned slowly into her upcoming holy matrimony. Missy said ...


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  Queer Boystown mural unveiled

On Sept. 29, Ald. Tom Tunney (44th Ward), Howard Brown Health, Northalsted Business Alliance and Chicago's Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events unveiled a mural featuring queer interdisciplinary artist and holistic healer Kiam Marcelo Junio ...


Queer-Tech-Club-reflects-growing-interest-in-STEM

  Queer Tech Club reflects growing interest in STEM

The Queer Tech Club ( QTC ) is a 501( c )( 7 ) organization that brings together LGBTQ professionals who work in technology to share their professionalism, workspace, and interests with one another. One of ...


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  EXPO Chicago caps another successful year

Hundreds of people attended EXPO Chicago: The International Exposition of Contemporary & Modern Art took place Sept. 27-30 at Navy Pier's Festival Hall. The seventh annual exposition hosted 135 galleries from 27 countries and 63 cities, ...


African-American-designers-in-Chicago-art-commerce-and-politics

  African American designers in Chicago, art, commerce and politics

The Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events ( DCASE ) is pleased to present African American Designers in Chicago: Art, Commerce and the Politics of Race at the Chicago Cultural Center, 78 E. Washington Street, ...


PHOTOGRAPHY-Collaborative-work-spotlights-older-trans-GNC-individuals

  PHOTOGRAPHY Collaborative work spotlights older trans, GNC individuals

In 2012, photographer Jess Dugan and social worker/assistant professor Vanessa Fabbre began interviewing and photographing transgender and gender nonconforming adults older than 50, beginning with people they knew. They began collaborating out of a shared desire ...







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