Introducing Chicago Art & Culture, A Weekly Newsletter Curating Events Around the City

The Safety Patrol, 2018. Bisa Butler.

This week, we’re launching Chicago Art & Culture, a new weekly roundup of exhibition openings, artists talks, and other fun events occurring around the city. Each Thursday, we’ll share a shortlist of three to five happenings in the realm of art, design, and visual culture. As guidelines around COVID-19 mitigation evolve, we’ll be curating events that are either virtual, held outdoors, and/or following best practices. Sign up for Chicago’s newsletter—in addition to our daily, weekly, and shop updates—here, and keep an eye out for New York, Los Angeles, and London lists coming soon.

Have an event you’d like us to consider? Submit your idea to tips@thisiscolossal.com. We’re looking to partner with local businesses and organizations each month, as well. Get in touch at hello@colossal.art to sponsor Chicago Art & Culture.

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