An installation of mixed media art that calls for action to the plight of women and children who are adversely affected by the lack of rights to clean water.
Photographed living spaces of over sixty renowned individuals whose lives and careers have addressed fundamental political, economic, and social realities of the 20th century.
The exhibition will include more than 90 paintings, sculptures, photographs, costumes, books and designs by the Tony Award winning director/choreographer/ artist/actor/author Geoffrey Holder and his award-winning wife, dancer/actress/choreographer Carmen DeLavallade.
Featuring more than 100 artifacts, objects, images and documents—highlighting a robust collection of militaria...
A favorite of many frequent visitors--The life and legacy of Harold Washington, twenty years after the passing of the city's first African American Mayor . . .
Illinois sculptor and attorney Robert Witt Ames expressed political and social sentiments for the historical experiences of African Americans throughout American history in a wooden mural.
Explore the continent of Africa region by region in this permanent exhibition.
Contemporary-style mosaic murals by Chicago artist Thomas Miller feature portraits of the eight founders of the DuSable Museum of African American History. In addition to these portraits are scenes of famous Chicagoans.
Free Web Exhibition: civilwarinart.org is an exciting new website for teachers and students to see and learn about the issues, events, and people connected to the Civil War. Visit. Explore. Discover.