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Current Exhibition: Turn the Light
Social justice and radical imagination have long legacies in Chicago, from Ida B. Wells to Jamila Woods, from Gwendolyn Brooks to Rudy Lozano. What might be deemed a Chicago sensibility has grown from that legacy, a tradition of solidarity, protest, resistance, and nourishment. Opens January 17, 2020 and runs until March 7, 2020
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Gallery 400 is Hiring!
Find out more about our internship opportunities!
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Upcoming Event: Won't you be my neighbor?
Led by Nia Easley, this workshop invites you to contemplate ideas of sustaining neighborhood archives when faced with constant change. Join us Wednesday, February 19th at 6pm.