This category is for sites for or about artistic, cultural, entertainment activities, events, institutions, and organizations located in the City of Chicago. Subjects may include theatre, fine and visual arts, music, literature, architecture, libraries, photography, clubs and venues, as well as bands and artists, including bands for hire.
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Chicago Art Deco Society (CADS)
A not-for-profit organization devoted to preserving all things Deco. Features a magazine, an events calendar, related links, news, and membership information.
Chicago Artists' Coalition
A non-profit service organization open to artists and non-artists. The CAConline provides up-to-date information on the organization's services, Chicago art community events, and features the works of member artists.
Chicago Cultural Center
Architectural showplace for the lively and visual arts. Event calendar, Tiffany stained glass domes information, and membership featured.
Chicago Festival Association
Non-profit organization that produces community events that positively impact and positively affect the overall quality of life, including Field's Jingle Elf Parade.
Little Black Pearl Workshop
LBPW exposes youth to art and culture while teaching the profitable connection between art, education, and business. Information on in-school and after-school programs, adult and teacher workshops, and summer programs.
The Paintbrush Studio
Classes for children that combine music and art. Includes schedule, party package details, and profiles of the instructors.
Completed in 1917 by George and C.W. Rapp for Chicago's Balaban and Katz theatre chain, the Riviera, located in the heart of Uptown, serves as a concert venue.
Robert Bruce Carter
Writer, director, and actor in Chicago.
The Side Project
An ensemble of local artists using various art forms to examine and portray the human condition at the peak of adversity. Includes weekly meetings of writers to review scripts, submissions for actors, writers and artisans, mailing list, and contacts.
The Uptown Theatre
Provides a history of the landmark Chicago theatre, which was originally opened in 1925 for the Balaban and Katz Corporation.
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