Opening Friday, January 24th, from 7PM - 10PM
On view through Saturday, January 25th
Chicago Danztheatre Ensemble is pleased to present, Stories of Chicago: An Honest Look at Racism in Chicago art exhibit. This is the second of a four-part performance and art exhibit series called Art + Activism. The featured performance works along with the art installation, aim to create a dialogue around the socio-political limitations and cyclical systemic oppression POC experience. Topics of featured performance works examine the path of the Civil Rights movement, migration and heritage, and acknowledging the influence of white privilege. Topics of featured artworks examine existence, realization, experiences of racism in Chicago. Modern day segregation, institutionalized, and systemic racism in Chicago. As well as gentrification and cultural identity.
Featuring performance works by:
Dance Loop Chicago | South Chicago Dance Center | Re:Dance
Featuring visual artists:
Murat Ahmed | Alexa Van Dike | Robert Fields | Lisa Han | Siobhán Kealy | Mark Nelson | Andre Pace | Kayla Pacencio | Tiphanie Spencer | Nguyen Tran | Dorothy Zhu
Chicago Danztheatre Ensemble’s Permanent Home, Ebenezer Lutheran Church Auditorium
1650 W. Foster Ave, Chicago, IL. 60640
Friday & Saturday | January 24 & 25
House & Art Gallery | 7:00PM
Performances | 7:30PM
*Join us on Saturday, January 25 for a reception with drinks, snacks, and a conversation with the artists.
$19 | General Advance
$25 | General Door
$10 | Student & Senior Advance
$15 | Student & Senior Door
FREE to High School Students & Younger
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call, 773-486-8261
About ART + ACTIVISM:
Examining the current socio-political climate, there is unrest and frustration that is driving an undercurrent for change; a need for more from our leadership, as well as from one another. Our community is continually evolving as more of us grow aware of our individual positions within society and attempt to express our truths. Chicago Danztheatre Ensemble has curated a series of performances; ART + ACTIVISM. That re-examines the socio-political landscape in Chicago and how art can better benefit the needs of the greater Chicago community.