After Today: exhibition open through 8/8

After Today includes seven artists’ projects that respond to the city of Chicago's social, political, and economic conditions. The seven artists, all Chicago-based, use a variety of organization and material strategies and focus on topics that range across economic effects, collective action, and how the past and present condition desires for the future—with a number of projects highlighting aspects of the city’s criminal justice system. More»

Crow Requiem: A Screening and Discussion, 8/6

Gallery 400 presents Crow Requiem (2015) by artist Cauleen Smith, a film that explores the figure of the crow through the histories of Syracuse and Auburn—both of which were key stations on the Underground Railroad as well as innovators in early cinematic and 3D optical technologies. Following the screening, Cauleen Smith will be in conversation with filmmaker Ian Curry and artist Krista Franklin. More»

Creative Resistance: Past|Present, 8/8

Led by Michael Johnson and Anderson Chaves, Creative Resistance: Past|Present is a workshop that uses interactive writing, performance, and games to examine the world as it is, how we want it to be, and how we can work towards realizing that vision. More»