Exhibit A

Where to go and what to do

By Arts Staff

 Tuesday [4/10] 

ASU Presents: Wong Fu Productions 

Mandel Hall, 6:30–8:30 p.m., free 

Hear Wesley Chan and Philip Wang of Wong Fu Productions, a digital production company that aims to give voice to the stories of Asian Americans, discuss their own experiences in the media industry.  


Thursday [4/12] 

Figure Drawing: Chiaroscuro 

Smart Museum of Art, 5:30–7:30 p.m., free

If you’ve ever wanted to try your hand at figure drawing, or simply need a creative break from work, this workshop is the perfect opportunity! Hosted by the Smart Museum, in collaboration with the RSO Outside the Lines, you’ll learn to draw in the traditional Italian chiaroscuro style, with all materials provided. 


Public Newsroom #50: Felicia Holman on Problematic Art Reviews 

Build Coffee, 6–8 p.m., free

Through an event that features Q&A and other activities, Felicia Holman from the Art Leaders of Color Network (ALCN) will be discussing how we address “culturally tone-deaf” art reviews. 


Friday [4/13] 

Engendering Change 2018 

Center for the Study of Race, Politics, and Culture, 5733 South University Avenue, Community Room 105, 5–7 p.m., free 

This annual conference, focusing on gender and sexuality and organized by graduate students, will kick off with a night of performance titled “From Occupy to Decolonize: Movement Strategies.” Join Chase Joint and the MTL collective as they explore how to best organize activism. 


ACSA Presents: Back to Basics 

International House, 6:30–9:30 p.m., $12 in advance/$15 at the door

Enjoy food, fashion, and performances in celebration of the African diaspora at the African Caribbean Student Association annual culture show.  


PhiNix Presents: Revival VII 

Mandel Hall, 7:30–10 p.m., $8 presale ($7 for groups of three+)/$10 at the door

Now in its seventh year, PhiNix will showcase original hip-hop choreography alongside local dance crews based on campus and beyond!   


UChicago Student Night: Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner 

Court Theatre, 8 p.m., $15 with UCID

Based on the 1967 film of the same name, Court Theatre’s adaptation of *Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner* explores all-too-familiar issues of race through the dinner table conversations of a white woman, her black fiancé, and her ambivalent family. 


Sunday [4/15] 

Degenerate Art  

Rockefeller Memorial Chapel, 4–6 p.m., $20 general admission, free for students 

Through the music of artists who worked despite, and against, oppressive regimes, Fifth House Ensemble will press the audience to think about censorship in the past, and present. Stay for a conversation with representatives from eight other groups, including the ACLU and Holocaust Community Services, as they delve further into the subject.