Tag Archives: Topographical Depictions of the Bronzeville Renaissance

Conversation with the Artist: Samantha Hill

Join us for a conversation with exhibiting artist, Samantha Hill, as she discusses her evolving process involved in the Gallery 5 exhibition, Topographical Depictions of the Bronzeville Renaissance.  During the run of the exhibition, Samantha Hill has been in residence in the gallery to take public contributions relating to the Black Migration and Bronzeville’s growth from it […]

Sweet Tea Party at the Sacred Keepers Youth Garden

Join the artist and Sacred Keepers members in their garden laboratory for conversation and refreshments. This event is weather permitting and held in conjunction with the current exhibition Samantha Hill: Topographical Depictions of the Bronzeville Renaissance. Sacred Keepers Sustainability Lab is located at 4445 S. King Drive, Chicago.

April 13, 2014 – Second Sunday

Candice Latimer is asking Second Sunday participants to recall a memory and jot down some ideas and/or key words about it on a piece of transparency. They could then add drawings to their writing, and arrange relevant objects with their writing onto a piece of photo paper to make prints in the darkroom. This is […]

Stompin’ at the Parkway Ballroom

Celebrate the history of Chicago Blues & Jazz at the famous Parkway Ballroom. *Must pre-purchase the $10 admission  (house policy does not allow cash entry at the door) Stompin’ at the Parkway Ballroom is a live Blues music and dancing event at the historic Parkway Ballroom hosted by artist Samantha Hill. The Parkway Ballroom was the hot […]