Museums
Chicago, Illinois
Art, Culture, General
Being a non-profit, woman artist-run cooperative, ARC continues its feminist tradition by providing exhibition opportunities for professional and emerging artists working in all media based on excellence of artwork, without discrimination toward gender, race, age, class, physical/mental ability, sexual, spiritual or political orientation.
Chicago, Illinois
Art
Artemisia Gallery CLOSED/ceased operations and the membership dissolved on May 30, 2003. The 30 year archives are now with the Ryerson and Burnham Archives in the Art Institute of Chicago.
Berwyn, Illinois
Culture, Historical Society
Chicago, Illinois
Art
Chicago, Illinois
Oak Park, Illinois
Art, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Library, Specialized
Chicago, Illinois
Botanical Garden, Children's, Park
Chicago, Illinois
Oak Park, Illinois
Oak Park, Illinois
Botanical Garden, Park
Oak Park, Illinois
Art, History, Park
Oak Park, Illinois
History
Cicero, Illinois
History, Historical Society
The Historical Society of Cicero is currently not active. Much of the archives and historical documents are now at the Cicero Public Library. Please contact them for additional information or research inquries.
Forest Park, Illinois
Culture, History, Historical Society
The Historical Society is located in St. Peter's Lutheran Church at 500 Hannah Ave. in Forest Park, IL. Please contact the Historical Society for more information on researching the past or for special events info. You can also visit us on Facebook!
Lyons, Illinois
History
LaGrange, Illinois
Historical Society
Chicago, Illinois
Art
Chicago, Illinois
Art
Maywood, Illinois
Historical Society
Melrose Park, Illinois
Historical Society
Chicago, Illinois
Art
The Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum is the largest Latino cultural institution in the country, and the only one accredited by the American Association of Museums. Look out this fall for Treasures from Ancient Veracruz, our major exhibition opening in October and featuring a colossal Olmec head. Also, stay tuned for the Sor Juana performing arts festival and our annual Day of the Dead exhibition.
Chicago, Illinois
Military
Chicago, Illinois
Culture, History
Chicago, Illinois
Art, Children's, Culture
In 1976, in a one-room storefront log cabin, a small group of Swedes dared to dream about establishing a center of Swedish culture in America. Today’s Swedish American Museum is a bustling center of Swedish art, history, culture, and educational activities and programs.
Chicago, Illinois
Art
Chicago, Illinois
Art, Culture
To leave home and start a new life in an unfamiliar place is at the core of the immigrant experience. For the artist, there is much to process—new cultures, colors, forms, sensations, and environments, all different from those left behind. New roots form atop old ones, and the past never strays far from reach.
Chicago, Illinois
Art, Culture, History
Chicago, Illinois
History, Historical Society
Chicago, Illinois
History
Chicago, Illinois
Art
Woman Made Gallery was founded in 1992 to provide exhibition opportunities for women artists. Since 1992 and through 2007 WMG has exhibited the work of more than 5500 artists in 155 group shows and highlighted a body of work by individual artists in 75 solo shows.