Burge Victims Speak Exhibit at Harold Washington Library Center

The exhibit Burge Victims Speak photographs + audio by Amanda Rivkin features 17 photographic portraits and audio accounts of men who survived torture by Chicago police commander Jon Burge and his “midnight crew” between 1972 and 1993. The exhibit is on display November 20 to January 25 at Harold Washington Library Center, in the 3rd Floor Exhibit…
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Exhibit: Forced Migration Photovoice Project at Sulzer Regional Library

This year's Picturing a New Life in Chicago exhibit, created by the Forced Migration Photovoice Project, is on display November 9 to March 24, 2019 at Sulzer Regional Library. In this exhibit, people who were forced to flee their home countries because of war, persecution or violence share photos and inspiring stories about adjusting to…
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I SPI: Source, Process, Image Exhibit at Harold Washington Library Center

I SPI: Source, Process, Image, woodblock relief prints by Benjamin F Calvert III, is on display November 9 to January 13 at Harold Washington Library Center, in the 8th floor exhibit cases. Benjamin F Calvert III is a third-generation printmaker. His prints are influenced by nature and life experiences. The process of woodblock relief printmaking is meditative…
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True Stories, At Play With Memories. Exhibit at Harold Washington Library Center

True Stories, At Play With Memories., a collage exhibit by Peggy Stevenson, is on display from November 9 to January 13 at Harold Washington Library Center in the Popular Library Exhibit Cases and Congress Corridor East Display Window. Peggy Stevenson tells her playful stories through collages of vintage photographs, old magazines, postcards, and various odds…
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GARDENS Exhibit at Harold Washington Library Center

GARDENS, a 17-foot-by-17-foot sculpture re-creating the compositions of the folk artists of Lithuania using aluminum rods lit with color-changing LED lights and rotating slowly to produce a kaleidoscope effect, is display November 27-28 in the Winter Garden on the 9th floor of Harold Washington Library Center. The GARDENS pop-up exhibit commemorates the centennial of modern…
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Early Voting at Over 20 CPL Locations

More than 20 CPL locations are designated early voting sites for the November 6 general election. From October 22 to November 5, any Chicago voter may vote at any of these sites no matter where they live. Not registered to vote? Registration services are available at all early voting sites. Any voter who needs to register for the first…
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Everybody Dance! 7 Decades of Chicago Pow Wow Exhibit at Edgebrook Branch

In celebration of Native American Heritage Month, the American Indian Center of Chicago will exhibit photographs from seven decades of Chicago Pow Wow from November 5 to November 30 at Edgebrook Branch. Everybody Dance! is a celebratory series of photographs that articulates living Native cultures and intergenerational art practice, presented in the form of a…
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