Citywide event series celebrates Latino art in Chicago
The Inter-University Program for Latino Research (IUPLR), a national consortium based at the University of Illinois at Chicago, presents “Spring of Latino Art,” a cultural series of more than 60 community-based exhibitions and events highlighting Latino art in Chicago.
March – June
Various locations citywide
“Spring of Latino Art” features exhibitions, panel discussions and community dialogues by an estimated 200 artists to examine and celebrate the rich tradition of Latino creativity in Chicago. A detailed program is online. Admission to events is free unless otherwise noted.
Among the venues are the Chicago Cultural Center, the National Museum of Mexican Art and the Museum of Contemporary Art. The series is organized in association with Latino Art Now!, IUPLR’s national conference, to be held April 7 – 9 in Chicago.
“Spring of Latino Art” is presented with support from Chicago’s Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events and the Joyce Foundation.