5 Articles: Time Magazine Turns 95

Time magazine marks its 95th anniversary this month, on March 3. Choosing five articles to highlight the occasion initially felt daunting, until I considered that March is Women's History Month. I immediately wondered how often Time's annual Person of the Year issue has featured a woman. It didn't take long to discover that individual women…
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Women’s History Month Art Exhibits at Budlong Woods, HWLC, Woodson

Budlong Woods Branch, Harold Washington Library Center and Woodson Regional Library host exhibits in March to celebrate Women's History Month. Budlong Woods Branch hosts pieces from local artists in the Chicago Printmakers Collaborative. Harold Washington Library Center hosts three exhibits: Symphony's Beauties by teen artist Assata Mason, 8th floor display cases Terri Mae Owens: Been Yah…
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Chicago Printmakers Collaborative Pieces on Display at Budlong Woods Branch

A display of prints by artists from the Chicago Printmakers Collaborative is on exhibit in March at Budlong Woods Branch in honor of Women's History Month. The display features prints by Kim Laurel, Deborah Maris Lader, Victoria Marie Barquin, Catherine Winings, Megan Hinds and Melody Vaughan. The organization fosters dialogue, collaboration and community among Chicago’s printmakers…
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The Path of Memory: Mixed Media Works by Monica J. Brown Exhibit at HWLC

The Path of Memory: Mixed Media Works by Monica J. Brown is on display February 2 through March 31 at Harold Washington Library Center on the ground floor in the Popular Library exhibit cases and the Congress Corridor east display window. Chicago artist Monica J. Brown explores the lives of her maternal ancestors through her…
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Terri Mae Owens: Been Yah Gullah Dolls & Sweetgrass Baskets Exhibit at HWLC

Terri Mae Owens: Been Yah Gullah Dolls & Sweetgrass Baskets is on display February 2 through March 31 at Harold Washington Library Center in the 8th floor exhibit cases. Terri Mae Owens creates handmade dolls that she calls "Been Yah Dolls." Each doll holds a hand-sewn sweetgrass basket. Sewing sweetgrass baskets is an art form…
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