Post image for A Play for the Enigmatic Henry Darger

An independent theater in Chicago is adapting Henry Darger’s life into a play. The effort, currently accepting funds on Indiegogo, aims to draw attention to the life of the prolific outsider artist and creator of the illustrated tale of the “Vivian Girls,” a man whose own story has thus far been relegated to the margins.

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Over 1,500 US Museums Are Free This Weekend

by Kyle Chayka on September 27, 2012

Walker Art Center

Looking for a good opportunity to go check out some art this weekend? Smithsonian magazine, affiliated with the Smithsonian museums in Washington, D.C., is sponsoring Museum Day Live!, an event that sees hundreds of museums across the United States opening their doors for free. Just fill out a ticket, pick an institution from the list, and go.

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