Latest Past Events

Stories that Travel: Mythology, Folklore, and Diaspora

National Hellenic Museum 333 S Halsted St, Chicago

A panel discussion focusing on the varied relationships different Diaspora communities have with the mythological & folklore stories of their culture of origin. We are specifically interested in interrogating the ways in which different communities invest in or distance themselves from their ancient/classical mythology and folklore in the American Diaspora, and how those relationships have […]

Free – $8

Navigating Borders: A Creative Collaboration of South Asia Institute and Korean Cultural Center of Chicago

South Asia Institute 1925 S Michigan Ave, Chicago

South Asia and Korea share a common history of being divided by an arbitrary line that gave rise to new nations, India and Pakistan and North and South Korea. This year is the 75th. anniversary of the Partition of British India and the current exhibition at South Asia Institute revolves around the aftermath of the […]


We Walk: A Celebration of Black Community

Douglas Boulevard and Central Park Avenue W Douglas Blvd & Central Park Av, Chicago

The Haitian American Museum of Chicago will bring its outdoor, community, traveling exhibition to North Lawndale for the second year in the row. We Walk: A Celebration of Black Community, was originally organized in 2020, in the Uptown neighborhood, in direct response to the Black Lives Matter protests and the disproportionate effect of the Covid-19 […]