Lectures & Workshops
June 9, 2013
Join us for an engaging talk with Tar as he shares anecdotes and memoirs from his stunning exhibit, “Reflections.”
Free Web Exhibition!
130 works of art from seven Chicago cultural organizations accessible to teachers, parents, and students around the world ...
July 2, 2013
Professor Harold Hari Jones, historian and assistant director of the African American Civil War Museum in Washington, D.C . . .
Saturday and Sunday, July 13 & 14, 2013
Activities include entertainment and the children’s pavilion for arts and crafts projects.
Saturday, July 13 and July 19-20 in Chicago, Springfield and Cairo
A debate series led by talented youth from Chicago, Springfield, and Cairo . . .
Thursday, July 25 and Friday, July 26, 2013
During a free, two-day institute, dynamic educators and guest lecturers will provide resources for teaching across the curriculum
July 26, 2013
Join us in celebrating our newest exhibit, AFRICOBRA: Art and Impact which honors the Chicago artist group, AfriCOB
August 8, 2013
Still in existence today, AFRICOBRA (African Commune of Bad Relevant Artists) worked to make African-American art unique . . .
August 29, 2013
In “Behind the Canvas,” Dr. Carol Adams, CEO of the DuSable Museum, leads a discussion with members and protégés of the AfriCOBRA
September 15, 2013
We present a daring discussion about the “money machine” driving black gangs in Chicago . . .
September 27, 2013
Through music, poetry, and dance, emerging artists will pay homage to AfriCOBRA by presenting original . . .