My name is Brianna. In north side Chicago, born and raised, in the library was where I spent most of my days. Focusing on the classics by J.K. Rowling and […]
Due to the current social and political concerns and injustices, specifically pertaining to black and brown communities of color, the D.I.Y art scene is utterly significant in present time. Limitations have been […]
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It may be your father’s pop art, but the work shown in the new exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art is still fresh and fun. The art that shocked the elite […]
In staging Noel Coward’s 1920s comedy, “Fallen Angels,” director Shannon Cochran has shaken it up and mixed a cocktail of ‘20s fun and fashion with a wink of sly gender role reversal. […]