Lynn Chong


Avoiding the Dangers of Internet Activism

Why allies of the Black Lives Matter movement have chosen to partake in internet activism and how we can avoid sensationalist posting.


June 21, 2020

Get Caught in "The Mousetrap" While You Still Can

In the Court Theatre's production of "The Mousetrap," the true showstoppers are Sean Graney's direction and Arnel Sancianco's scenic design.


February 14, 2020

Zines and Protest: Exhibition on the Art of the Hong Kong Movement

Amid great political upheaval in Hong Kong, the PanAsia-run exhibition and panel talk offer an engaging point of intervention in the conversation for the UChicago community.


November 26, 2019

"In Spirit + Structure": Faith as Subject, Object, and Personal Identity at the Arts Incubator

In Nathan Miller's first solo exhibition, "In Spirit + Structure," currently on display at the Arts Incubator Gallery, the artist uses photography, sculpture, sound and installation to represent his relationship with faith.


October 31, 2019

Cirque du Soleil’s Volta: Acrobats, Actors, and Technicians’ Artistic Haven

“Volta” sees Cirque du Soleil deliver another emphatic bout of acrobatic and aesthetic excellence.


June 3, 2019

PanAsia's Spring Festival Amplifies Asian Voices on Campus

Running through May, PanAsia Solidarity Coalition’s 2019 Spring Festival celebrates Asian-American identity through poetry, film screenings, and discussions.


May 6, 2019

Subtle Asian Story: An Outright Triumph

Sensasia showcased the incredible diversity of East and Southeast Asian culture while boldly introducing a new approach to artistic cultural performance—fashion shows.


April 21, 2019

Still Here: Torture, Resiliency, and the Art of Memorializing

Fulfilling the final promise of the Reparations Ordinance, artists display designs for a public memorial at the Arts Incubator.


April 8, 2019

The MCA's "STATE" Presents a Vision of Society

"STATE" used dance as a medium to examine relations between the state, society, and individuality.


February 21, 2019

Finding Solidarity At The Smart

Last Monday, the Smart Museum opened its doors to its annual Winter Opening, inviting viewers to dive into the racially charged, the politically motivated, and the expressively abstract.


February 4, 2019