Chicago Park District is Accepting Submissions from Artists & Cultural Organizations to Participate in the 10th Anniversary of Night Out in the Parks in 2022
Online submissions accepted through December 8, 2021; Chicago Onscreen Local Film Festival accepting entries through November 21, 2021
Chicago Park District’s Horror Movie Series Returns to Northerly Island & Three More Parks Starting October 8
'Campfire Horrors' movie series will feature seven movies, campfires and roasted marshmallows on Fridays and Saturdays under the October sky
Chicagoans are invited to join a first-of-its kind conversation about monumental sculptures, artworks and commemorative plaques currently being reviewed by independent group of artists, community members and historians.
Artwork Turns Hopscotch into a Pathway for Chicagoans to Manifest Their Goals OUT OF SIGHT, a participatory hopscotch-inspired artwork that aims to engage park patrons through positive visualization and kinetic exchanges, will expand to six parks throughout Chicago.
Pumpkin Patches, Harvest Fests & Campfire Movies in the Parks! For a list of events at a park near you. Click here to browse the complete newsletter
Mayor Emanuel, Andrea and James Gordon and the Chicago Park District Announce Plans to Expand Citywide Theater and Cultural Programming
Generous donation from James and Andrea Gordon will support theater in communities across Chicago with Theater on the Lake as the Hub
A spooky good time looms near! Join us for Halloween in the Parks! For a list of events at a park near you. Click here to browse the complete newsletter
Chicago Park District to Unveil New Public Art Exhibit on the Former Steel Works Site at Steelworkers Park on June 16
Public art installation depicts how industry and humans shaped Chicago’s Southeast Side
The Garfield Park Conservatory Alliance announces Persistence of the Unsorted, an exhibition of new work by Artist in Residence, Claire Pentecost.
Chicago Park District’s Young Cultural Stewards Program Receives Grant to Support Youth Leadership in Chicago’s Parks
Registration for the spring park program is open for youth ages 12 to 14 years old through March 31st
Classes Available for Viewing Now, Registration Kicks off December 4 Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the Chicago Park District today announced online registration for winter park programming opens December 4 and 5, following a record-breaking fall session.