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Past Programs

An Evening at the Pekin Theatre – Featuring Reginald Robinson

Saturday, June 7 at 7:00pm
Vacant Lot
2700 S State St (Northwest Corner)
Free. Open to the public.

Performing Identity: Karen Finley & Young Jean Lee in Conversation

Thursday, February 9 at 6:00pm
Steppenwolf 1700 Theatre (1700 N Halsted St)
Free. Open to the public.

Reviving a City: How Artists & Planners are Working Together in Chester, PA and Gary, IN

Monday, October 3rd at 6:30pm
Stony Island Arts Bank (6760 S Stony Island Ave)
Free. Open to the public.

Participatory Pilsen Walks with Artists from the Elective Studies Community

Saturday, September 17th
Walk #1 @ 1PM; Walk #2 @ 3:30PM; Walk #3 @ 4:30PM; Walk #4 @ 6PM
Pilsen Neighborhood, Chicago, IL
Free. Open to the public.

The Participatory Walks with Todd Shalom

Friday, September 16th
4PM Walk in Spanish / 7PM Walk in English
Pilsen Neighborhood, Chicago, IL
Free. Open to the public.

Manual Cinema’s ADA/AVA

Monday, 05/16/16 8:00pm
Links Hall (3111  Western Ave)
Free. Open to the public.

STORING THE WINTER, featuring Miguel Gutierrez & Mind Over Mirrors

Tuesday, 04/19/16 8:30pm
Thalia Hall (1807 S Allport Ave)
Open to the public. All ages.

Miguel Gutierrez & Mind Over Mirrors in Conversation with David Ravel

Monday, 04/18/16 8:30pm
Beauty Bar (1444 W Chicago Ave)
Free. Open to the public.

Yellow Towel by Dana Michel

Storefront Theater (66 E Randolph St, Chicago)
Friday, 02/26/16, 7:30pm
Saturday, 02/27/16, 7:30pm
Free. Open to the public.

Pussy Riot: Punk Politics and Prisons

Sunday, 02/21/16; 7:30pm
Thalia Hall (1807 S Allport St, Chicago)

Free. Open to the public.

Rodrigo Lara: A Conversation about Repatriation

Wednesday, 08/19/15; 6pm
National Museum of Mexican Art (1852 W 19th St, Chicago)
Free. Open to the public.

Fingertap Quartet
A performance by Christine Sun Kim with Dev Hynes’ voice samples

Saturday, Sept 26th; 3:30pm
Links Hall | Constellation (3111 N. Western Ave)
FREE and open to the public

LOOSE CANON: Scenes and Monologues from the Edge of the Cliff
A staged reading of new work by Ike Holter

Featuring Tony Santiago, Sydney Charles, Bernard Balbot, and Lauren Sivak
Saturday, June 20, 2015
2:00 pm at Links Hall (3111 N Western Ave)
Free and open to the public