As part of a residency with the Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events, Sixty Inches From Center presents a free three-day festival around all things archiving as well as education and community autonomy in documentation.
The writer Rebecca Bengal profiles JLin (Jerrilynn Patton), "a producer at the vanguard of electronic music", coming out of Chicago & Northwest Indiana's dance music scene.
Mana Contemporary is leading a Nationwide Protest Against the Trump Administration’s Threat to the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA).
The Terra Foundation for American Art has announced Art Design Chicago, "a wide-ranging initiative to explore the breadth of Chicago’s role as a catalyst and incubator for innovations in art and design".
David Byrne's "What Good Are the Arts" responds to the proposed Trump administration budget cuts and an address Byrne gave at his local City Hall. Read an excerpt of his article below:
Sabrina E Greig reviewed the recent exhibition by artist, and current BOLT resident, Yvette Mayorga at the Chicago Artists Coalition, "The Politics of Desire" - for the local online arts publication Sixty Inches from Center.
Sculptor Chris Bradley (American, b. 1982) is interested in the real, everyday things around us that become so commonplace we stop noticing them. Like Warhol, he is attracted to ordinary objects, such as potato chips and pizza boxes.