Tuesday, January 19, 2021

A Black music historian leaves on a high note

Dr. Samuel A Floyd, Jr., the man who established the Center for Black Music Research (CBMR) at Columbia College in Chicago, which ultimately lead...

Summer Intensive program students showcase talents

Deeply Rooted Dance Theater (DRDT) conducts its 20th annual Summer Intensive, themed “Looking to the Youth,” from June 25–July 21 at its home studio,...

Legendary Actress Diahann Carroll Dies at 84

By Kara Warner People Magazine Legendary and award-winning actress Diahann Carroll —widely known for her trailblazing TV show Julia, as well as her roles on Dynasty...

Fort Wayne Museum of art to award more than 750 students

The Fort Wayne Museum of Art announced the regional recipients for the 2018 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. The winners include 753 students from...

Crowdfunding campaign launched for the “All Things Art Workshop” series in...

Gary teens will soon have a new opportunity to express their creativity in a series of art workshops, thanks to a recently launched crowdfunding...

‘Everything Changes’ by 6Degrees Composers concert

6Degrees Composers recently announced plans for the concert, “Everything Changes,” which will be an afternoon of music with a wide range of colors and...

TWPF 50th Anniversary Features Writers, Poets, Entertainment

Third World Press Foundation (TWPF) kicks off a week long 50th anniversary celebration on Saturday, September 30, that will culminate with a gala featuring...

House Music Innovators launch Chosen Few Artist Management

House Music DJ and production collective, the Chosen Few DJs, recently announced the formation of Chosen Few Artist Management, Inc. (CFAM). The agency will...

Chicago Multi-Cultural Dance Center Presents “Because We Can” Benefit Performance

Artistic Director Homer Bryant Presents New Works The Chicago Multi-Cultural Dance Center has taken the world by storm with its mega viral Hiplet technique...

Too Hot To Handel: The Jazz-Gospel Messiah Celebrates 15 Years in...

The Auditorium Theatre’s signature production “Too Hot to Handel: The Jazz-Gospel Messiah” celebrates 15 years in Chicago, and is one of the first performances...