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Fascinating exhibitions of traditional and contemporary Latin American art.
Fascinating exhibitions of traditional and contemporary Latin American art. It's a must-see when open, though it does close for long stretches between exhibits.
1210 West 18th Street, Chicago, IL, United States
This ornate former theater was built as a replica of an old opera house in Prague, and in its heyday served as the epicenter of Chicago Bohemian culture
This towering stone church was built in 1883 for Czech Catholics in the area
The enormous, foreboding stone edifice of the A
Showcasing contemporary art, new media and installation projects
Biblioteca Popular is an autonomous community operated library and art space
Built in 1914 for the area's Polish community, St
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This information center is located in the midst of things at 18th and Halsted, but it's generally only open to coincide with the 2nd Fridays Art Walk, so a stop to gather event cards at Kristoffer's Cafe will be more informative on other days