According to administrators, arts courses face “logistical” challenges, including space and faculty shortages.
Frustrating scarcity of Core art classes results in wasted time, talent for College students.
The incubator will house artists-in-residence and host exhibits and performances.
The University should support the neglected art form of dance by including facilities in the new Campus North residence hall.
Departure of SHoP from Fenn House calls University’s commitment to art, community into question.
With University’s increased arts emphasis, Creative Writing should be a priority.
After a year of art, music, poetry, and writing workshops, the Southside Hub of Production is struggling to find an outlet for when their current lease ends.
The Museum of Contemporary Arts celebrates its origins with new retrospective exhibit.
Cool art galleries to check out this summer.
The fine arts program at the University’s Woodlawn Charter School has been flourishing. Yo-Yo Ma knows why.
The Logan Center needs to be a space where disciplinary lines intersect rather than divide.
University Theater productions will be center stage this spring, alongside a number of student exhibitions.
Absurd legwear trends, from bell bottoms to overalls.
U of C Presents’ new director looks to expand the program to attract both students and Chicago residents.
Smart Museum’s interactive exhibition opening reveals the value of bringing Chicagoans to campus.
The Regenstein’s latest Special Collections exhibit showcases more than a century of student life.
Construction of an arts space at East 47th Street and South Greenwood Avenue has been largely abandoned, prompting neighborhood outcry.
After a dance injury last Thursday led to the indefinite closure of the Ida Noyes Hall Dance Room, dance RSOs are scrambling to find space to rehearse.
Professor Larry Norman, who oversaw the development of several large-scale arts initiatives in his first three-year term as Deputy Provost of the Arts, was reappointed to that position earlier this month.
The University has invested heavily in a Washington Park educational initiative that will provide young students in the area with instruction in the arts, as well as grant fellowships and studio space to Chicago-based artists.