The Many Hats of Ralph Arnold: Art, Identity & Politics showcases the Black, gay artist’s 1970s photocollages, which commented upon mass media portrayals of sexuality and race.
An exhibition focusing on the role of feminist artist-run activities in Chicago from the late 19th century to the present.
Where the Future Came From is a symposium and exhibition focusing on the role of feminist artist-run activities in Chicago from the late 19th century to the present.
The Diane Dammeyer Fellowship in Photographic Arts and Social Issues is a unique collaboration between the Photography Department at Columbia College Chicago and Heartland Alliance, a leading global anti-poverty organization.
The historic first part-time faculty union in the nation at Columbia College held the two-day strike to convey to the administration the seriousness of unresolved bargaining issues.
CHICAGO — The stated aim of Scaped, a group exhibition at the A+D Gallery, is to create an “artistic ecosystem” of artworks that play with the idea of landscape primarily by removing color and offering a catalogue of various shapes and objects in monochrome.
Columbia College Chicago now offers a two-year Photography MFA program. The new program will replace the previous three-year program, which is already recognized as one of the top MFA programs in the country.