Dec
3
2:00 pm14:00

Democracy Jam: Trump Edition

  •   Artists of all kinds are invited to come together and create art based on the 2016 election. Bring your art and your opinion. It's all improv, so no preparation is needed! 
  • Free and open to the public.
  • 1306 S Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL 60605
  • Facebook event check in here.
Oct
26
7:00 pm19:00

Prescribed Burn Performance #2

Prescribed Burn, a new work created by Cassandra Kaczor and Leah Zeiger, will be showing for a second time at Roosevelt University in Chicago, IL. 

The performance will be held on the 7th floor of Ganz Hall, located at 430 S Michigan Ave, Chicago IL, 60605. Admission is free.

 

Oct
21
7:30 pm19:30

Prescribed Burn Performance #1

Prescribed Burn, a new work created by Cassandra Kaczor and Leah Zeiger, will be premiering at the Awakening's Foundation's "Songs of Survival".

The Awakenings Foundation is located at 4001 North Ravenswood Ave, Chicago IL, 60613. Tickets are $12 for students, $15 online, and $20 at the door. Buy tickets here. Check in to the event on Facebook here

May
3
May 4

#DocYourWorld Film Festival

Through Columbia College Chicago, Untold will be screened at #DocYourWorld, a documentary festival showing both student and professional work. Untold will be screened, in tangent with a performance by Cassandra Kaczor, and a panel with Leah, the director of the film David, the other performers, and other professionals in the field to speak about the role of art in the midst of domestic abuse.

 

Check out the event here, watch the trailer here, and donate here!

Apr
21
Apr 22

Feminist Film Festival

"Untold" will be screening at the Feminist Film Festival  on April 21st. Join the Facebook event here.

"The Chicago Feminist Film Festival showcases independent film, predominantly shorts, spanning documentary, fiction, and experimental genres, and aims to address issues of gender, sexuality, race, and other forms of inequality often missing from mainstream media. This in turn means creating inclusive public spaces for under-represented artists to share their work — particularly women, people of color, queer, and transgender folks, given their struggle for visibility in the mainstream film industry. Another goal is to forge connections between local, national, and international film. The over-arching assumption behind the festival is that art plays a vital role in bringing people together and encouraging them to think deeply about issues of equality and social justice."