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This gallery has a talented group of artists behind it, mostly featuring original visions of urban landscapes..
This gallery has a talented group of artists behind it, mostly featuring original visions of urban landscapes.
1909 South Halsted Street, Chicago, IL, United States
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
Dream Theatre Company presents theatrical productions with a unique style and intensity, providing a multi-layered psychological experience quite unlike any other in Chicago
Fascinating exhibitions of traditional and contemporary Latin American art
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
A riverside park with a Chinese touch, including a riverside Chinese pavilion and a bamboo garden
This main square is a Chinatown landmark, with some cheesy pagoda-like structures as well as animal sculptures of the Chinese zodiac
A small memorial to Chicago Chinatown residents who served the United States in foreign wars
UIC was built on top of the original Hull House, where the prolific writer and reformer Jane Addams lived and worked to help people in need
Offers an assortment of services and events, such as: neighborhood tours, film screenings, language instruction, and cooking classes