Monday September 24 4:30 pm

Spotlighting events along the south shore of Lake Michigan

Head to the ‘burbs for a concert September 22nd

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Ideally set at the gorgeous patio restaurant Prairie River overlooking a golf course with evening sunsets in the background, Eaglewood Resort & Spa presents its 10th Annual Sounds of Summer concert series.

Attend a concert performed by the most diverse orchestra in the nation

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The immigrant experience and development of diversity in America is highlighted by one of the nation’s most diverse orchestras in Chicago Sinfonietta’s spectacular, multimedia program of I.D. Images of Diversity.

Arts in the Parks & Historic Sites Grant Deadline Nears

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Are you an individual artist interested in applying for the Arts in the Parks & Historic Sites grant program? If so, the deadline for grant applications is 4:30 p.m. September 13, 2018.

Arts education grants now available

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The Indiana Arts Commission has opened applications for another round of the Partnering Arts, Communities and Education (PACE) grant program. The PACE grant is the IAC's main funding opportunity for direct arts education programming.

COLLABORACTION ANNOUNCES ARTISTS, NEIGHBORHOOD LOCATIONS FOR THIRD ANNUAL PEACEBOOK FESTIVAL

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OVER 200 CHICAGO ARTISTS AND ACTIVISTS UNITE FOR FREE, CITY-WIDE TOURING FESTIVAL OF SHORT, PEACE-THEMED
THEATER, DANCE, MUSIC AND SPOKEN WORD WORKS - THEME FOR 2018 IS “THE HOUSE OF POWER, LOVE AND HOPE”

September 7 and 8 at La Follette Park in Austin
September 14 and 15 at Kelyvn Park in Hermosa
September 21 and 22 at Hamilton Park in Englewood

HANS ULRICH OBRIST’S FIRST U.S. MARATHON, CREATIVE CHICAGO: AN INTERVIEW MARATHON ANNOUNCES FIRST LOOK AT PARTICIPANT LIST

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Chicago Humanities Festival, in partnership with The Terra Foundation for American Art, EXPO CHICAGO and Navy Pier today announced the initial list of participants for Creative Chicago: An Interview Marathon, led by one of the world’s most influential curators and critics Hans Ulrich Obrist, artistic director of London’s Serpentine Galleries. Known for his dynamic, long-form interview sessions, the five-hour interview marathon will be comprised of back-to-back conversations with prominent Chicago innovators from a variety of creative fields.

EXPO CHICAGO ANNOUNCES FULL /DIALOGUES PANEL DISCUSSION SERIES FOR 2018 PROGRAM

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EXPO CHICAGO, The International Exposition of Contemporary & Modern Art, announces the full 2018 /Dialogues program, presented in partnership with the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC), to take place during the seventh annual exposition (September 27–30, 2018). Located on the east end of Navy Pier’s Festival Hall, the /Dialogues Stage will offer continuous programming open to all EXPO CHICAGO visitors throughout each day of the fair, providing multiple opportunities to attend provocative artistic discourse. Featuring leading international artists, curators, scholars and arts professionals, the /Dialogues program has been hailed by Artforum: “What sets EXPO CHICAGO apart, really, is its excellent program of talks and panels.”

Navy Pier and EXPO CHICAGO Welcome Iván Navarro’s This Land is Your Land Public Art Installation to Chicago’s Lakefront

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Navy Pier, Chicago’s iconic lakefront destination, has partnered with EXPO CHICAGO, the International Exposition of Modern & Contemporary Art to present a free, temporary public art installation in Polk Bros Park. Guests will have the unique opportunity to view and interact with This Land is Your Land, a stunning three-piece installation resembling water towers, created by New York-based Chilean artist Iván Navarro and curated by Paul Kasmin Gallery, through April 30, 2019.

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