The Chicago Anarchist Film Festival is in its thirteenth year, if you don’t count a pause or two since its start. This makes it one of the longest running anarchist institutions in the city.
by Jason Huang •
“Drinking From the Snake’s Mouth” offers a unique perspective on an otherwise defamed activity.
by Candice Ralph •
When I found my way to the front entrance of the Lacuna Artists Lofts, the gallery was buzzing with an electricity reminiscent of an arcade.
by Nathan Worcester •
“Burden of Proof” features sculptures, appropriated objects, and photographs from ACRE participants Kera MacKenzie and Lauren Edwards.
by Bea Malsky •
With wife Lisa Krause, a professional puppeteer, Espey has transformed his graphic novel “Songs of the Abyss” into a grotesque puppet show he calls “Ishi’s Brain.”
by Maria Nelson •
Quiara AlegrÃa Hudes’s story of Washington Heights, Manhattan could have been adapted into a musical about Chicago’s Southwest Side–and in a few small ways, it was.
by Amelia Dmowska •
Derived from the French word for “glue,” the collage art form is in itself a microcosm of the human desire to raise order from chaos.
by Mosum Shah •
This past Friday at the Chicago Art Department in Pilsen, the walls were covered with the words and paintings of the incarcerated youth of Cook County.