JUST IN TIME FOR LATINO HERITAGE MONTH, THE MAC ANNOUNCES SERIES OF FRIDA KAHLO EVENTS LEADING UP TO FRIDA KAHLO: TIMELESS EXHIBITION OPENING JUNE 2021 | Frida’s Influence to be Explored in Book Club on “Frida in America: The Creative Awakening of a Great Artist” (Oct. 4) by Celia Stahr and Celebrated in Día De Los Muertos Drive Through Celebration and Food Drive (Nov. 1)
Indiana Women’s Suffrage Centennial Commission today unveiled two original works of art that will remain a part of the State of Indiana’s permanent public art collection. The works of art commemorate the ratification of the 19th Amendment which guaranteed women’s right to vote and went into effect 100 years ago today.
Last November, Lyric Opera of Chicago announced plans for a significant renovation and improvement project in Lyric's Ardis Krainik Theatre—one of the most ambitious improvement projects in the company's history. This project includes replacement of all of the theater’s seats, a restructuring of the sightlines on the main floor of the house, and greatly enhanced accessibility and overall guest experience.
WEINBERG/NEWTON GALLERY PARTNERS WITH THE AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION TO PRESENT SEPTEMBER EXHIBITION ON VOTING RIGHTS | Anthem to be Presented Online and in Storefront Windows