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Kinetic Light: Wired

Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago 220 E Chicago Ave, Chicago

Wired is an immense and intimate experience that traces the fine line between “us” and “them” through aerial and contemporary dance and the metaphoric use of barbed wire. The dancers of Wired spin and soar together in this meditation in sound, light, and movement on the gendered, racial, and disability stories of barbed wire in […]

  • ASL Interpreted
  • Audio Description
  • Autism Friendly Performance
  • In Person
  • Low Lighting
  • Quiet Spaces
  • Sensory Friendly
  • Virtual

Kinetic Light: Wired

Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago 220 E Chicago Ave, Chicago

Wired is an immense and intimate experience that traces the fine line between “us” and “them” through aerial and contemporary dance and the metaphoric use of barbed wire. The dancers of Wired spin and soar together in this meditation in sound, light, and movement on the gendered, racial, and disability stories of barbed wire in […]

  • ASL Interpreted
  • Audio Description
  • Autism Friendly Performance
  • In Person
  • Low Lighting
  • Quiet Spaces
  • Sensory Friendly
  • Virtual

Kinetic Light: Wired

Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago 220 E Chicago Ave, Chicago

Wired is an immense and intimate experience that traces the fine line between “us” and “them” through aerial and contemporary dance and the metaphoric use of barbed wire. The dancers of Wired spin and soar together in this meditation in sound, light, and movement on the gendered, racial, and disability stories of barbed wire in […]

  • ASL Interpreted
  • Audio Description
  • Autism Friendly Performance
  • In Person
  • Low Lighting
  • Quiet Spaces
  • Sensory Friendly
  • Virtual

Everyone At Play

Kohl Children's Museum 2100 Patriot, Glenview

Kohl Children's Museum welcomes children with special needs and their families for an afternoon of learning and play focused on them. Our Museum campus is designed for universal accessibility with a purpose to encourage linguistic, cognitive, motor and social skills for all children ages birth to 8. Events attendees will experience: 17 hands-on Museum exhibits, […]

  • Free Event
  • In Person
  • Quiet Spaces
  • Sensory Friendly

Everyone At Play At Kohl Children’s Museum

Kohl Children's Museum 2100 Patriot, Glenview

Kohl Children’s Museum was specifically designed to be inclusive of all children and adults regardless of ability. The Museum’s 17 exhibits and 2 acres of outdoor explorations are designed for play with a purpose and encourage linguistic, cognitive, motor, and social skills for children ages birth through 8. The Museum works collaboratively with community organizations […]

  • Free Event
  • In Person
  • Quiet Spaces
  • Sensory Friendly

Women’s Golf Day Hosts 2022 WGD Palooza

FL

May 31 will see the return of WGD Palooza, a virtual online event by Women’s Golf Day (WGD). Last year’s event was an experience unlike any other, connecting thousands of golfers from around the world to inspirational movers and shakers. WGD Palooza is a free to attend event, open to everyone. Simply register at www.wgdpalooza.com […]

  • Free Event

KAINA & Ben LaMar Gay: A Concert at Navy Pier

Navy Pier Lake Stage 699-601 E Grand Ave, Chicago, IL 6061, Chicago

Celebrate summertime in Chicago with an evening of local music at Navy Pier’s Lake Stage. The program opens with a performance by Ben LaMar Gay (Open Arms to Open Us), a South Side native whose music channels cosmopolitan blues and “Pan-Americana.” Our headliner, KAINA (It Was a Home), a first-generation Latina born and raised in […]

  • In Person

Unfolding Disability Futures

The Plant 1400 West 46th Street, Chicago

Unfolding Disability Futures is a multi-organization, site-specific performance and installation by local disabled artists throughout The Plant, a former meatpacking facility. Over the past decade, this space has been revitalized to highlight the importance of sustainable agriculture and community collaboration. Unfolding Disability Futures embraces the importance of sustainability and community care in artistic practice and […]

  • ASL Interpreted
  • Audio Description
  • Free Event
  • In Person
  • Pay What You Can
  • Quiet Spaces

Two Trains Running

Court Theatre 5535 S. ELLIS AVENUE, Chicago

“Easily Mr. Wilson’s most adventurous and honest attempt to reveal the intimate heart of history.” -The New York Times Amidst the Civil Rights Movement, Memphis Lee’s restaurant is slated for demolition. While Memphis fights to sell his diner for a fair price, the rest of the restaurant’s regulars search for work, love, and justice as […]

  • ASL Interpreted
  • Audio Description
  • Captioning
  • In Person
  • Touch Tour

Two Trains Running

Court Theatre 5535 S. ELLIS AVENUE, Chicago

“Easily Mr. Wilson’s most adventurous and honest attempt to reveal the intimate heart of history.” -The New York Times Amidst the Civil Rights Movement, Memphis Lee’s restaurant is slated for demolition. While Memphis fights to sell his diner for a fair price, the rest of the restaurant’s regulars search for work, love, and justice as […]

  • ASL Interpreted
  • Audio Description
  • Captioning
  • In Person
  • Touch Tour

Unfolding Disability Futures

The Plant 1400 West 46th Street, Chicago

Unfolding Disability Futures is a multi-organization, site-specific performance and installation by local disabled artists throughout The Plant, a former meatpacking facility. Over the past decade, this space has been revitalized to highlight the importance of sustainable agriculture and community collaboration. Unfolding Disability Futures embraces the importance of sustainability and community care in artistic practice and […]

  • ASL Interpreted
  • Audio Description
  • Free Event
  • In Person
  • Pay What You Can
  • Quiet Spaces

Unfolding Disability Futures

The Plant 1400 West 46th Street, Chicago

Unfolding Disability Futures is a multi-organization, site-specific performance and installation by local disabled artists throughout The Plant, a former meatpacking facility. Over the past decade, this space has been revitalized to highlight the importance of sustainable agriculture and community collaboration. Unfolding Disability Futures embraces the importance of sustainability and community care in artistic practice and […]

  • ASL Interpreted
  • Audio Description
  • Free Event
  • In Person
  • Pay What You Can
  • Quiet Spaces