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German and American Culture Center, developing an interest in German language, art, music, culture and a dialog among German and American people.

During our International Art Symposium in Germany with artists from the US
08/04/2020

During our International Art Symposium in Germany with artists from the US

Wonderful memories during Culture Bridge Kulturbruecke 2018
07/27/2020

Wonderful memories during Culture Bridge Kulturbruecke 2018

07/15/2020

Amazing clay sculptures by Hans-Ulrich Buchwald in Hannover, Germany

Hans - Ulrich Buchwald,  self portrait and linol cut, artist from Hannover,  Germany
07/15/2020

Hans - Ulrich Buchwald, self portrait and linol cut, artist from Hannover, Germany

IAG at DANK Haus's cover photo
07/03/2020

IAG at DANK Haus's cover photo

Fabric artists are the "mask makers of the Ridge"
07/01/2020
Fabric artists are the "mask makers of the Ridge"

Fabric artists are the "mask makers of the Ridge"

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Memories of our amazing International Art Symposium 2019:The Ocean Between ll in Germany with US and German artists
06/25/2020

Memories of our amazing International Art Symposium 2019:The Ocean Between ll in Germany with US and German artists

IAG at DANK Haus
06/22/2020

IAG at DANK Haus

Sculptures of German artist Hans-Ulrich Buchwald

Sculptures of German artist Hans-Ulrich Buchwald
06/22/2020

Sculptures of German artist Hans-Ulrich Buchwald

06/16/2020
Dalai Lama

Dalai Lama

Problems arising from attachment and hatred are not eliminated by resorting to the use of force. No one ever achieves complete victory; enemies are never completely vanquished. Because, ultimately, we have to live together, we have to settle our problems through dialogue and negotiation. And to achieve external disarmament requires that we first have a sense of inner disarmament.

06/06/2020

June 6.2020

Art Market

How COVID-19 Has Thrown Museum Exhibition Planning into Disarray

Shannon Lee

Jun 4, 2020 5:17pm

Nick Cave

Until, 2016

MASS MoCA

Museum exhibitions take an exceptional amount of planning—from curatorial conception to filling out loan forms and insurance, to shipping, hanging, and displaying works. Getting a show on a museum’s calendar is no simple feat, let alone getting it on the gallery walls. So what happens when a global pandemic puts exhibitions and their scheduling on an indefinite pause?

It’s been nearly five months since the first museums in China started closing their doors due to COVID-19. Within that time, closures have spread worldwide, as the virus swept the globe. Even now, as institutions cautiously reopen in places like China, South Korea, Germany, France, Italy, the United Kingdom, and Texas, some are bracing for the possibility they’ll have to close again. Museums in South Korea have already reshuttered as a result of a second wave of infections.

Exterior view of Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. Courtesy of Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art.

As the world continues to exist in a state of suspension, curators, exhibition planners, and museum directors have had to remain nimble and prepared. “I have what I call scenarios,” said Robin Groesbeck, the director of exhibitions and interpretation at Arkansas’s Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, discussing the museum’s postponement of “Nick Cave: Until” (originally scheduled to go up this summer). “Believe it or not, I’m on scenario 16!”

Like many museums throughout the U.S., Crystal Bridges closed the week of March 15th and has remained in a state of uncertainty up until today, when it announced it would reopen to the public on June 10th. “What we’re trying to be is consistent and reliable,” said Groesbeck. The museum will be reopening with “Hank Willis Thomas: All Things Being Equal,” which has been extended to July 13th and is free.

There’s also the issue of timeliness. Many museums coordinate exhibitions specifically tied to moments in history, anniversaries, and broader cultural initiatives. New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, for example, was planning on opening its show “Making the Met,” in celebration of the institution’s 150th anniversary, on March 30th. “We are allowing ourselves to let the 150th anniversary spill into the 151st year, which I think is the wise thing to do,” said Andrea Bayer, the Met’s deputy director for collections and administration. She added that “151 is the new 150! We’ll just consider this a mature way to celebrate a birthday when you can’t do it on the day itself.”

Exterior view of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

A majority of the programming and events tied to both the exhibition and the anniversary will also likely take place in 2021. The museum recently pushed backits expected reopening date from July to mid-August, at the very earliest. “We’re looking to expand most of the exhibitions that were on view to give people the opportunity to enjoy them,” said Bayer. “So much work and care went into them.”

Inward-focused exhibitions that draw heavily on an institution’s permanent collection are one thing, but exhibition planning gets really tricky when partner institutions and inter-museum lending is involved. “There’s a lot that’s changed,” said Gary Tinterow, the director of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (MFAH), which was one of the first museums in the U.S. to reopen to the public, on May 23rd. “It’s still moving around because other cities don’t yet know when they’ll be able to reopen.” A major Phillip Guston exhibition co-organized with London’s Tate, the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston that was supposed to open at MFAH this fall now likely won’t be possible until next year.

Exterior view of Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Photo by Robb Williamson. Courtesy of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.

Moscow’s Garage Museum of Contemporary Art has been dealing with similar challenges. “It’s a very complicated thing for the exhibition coordinators,” said curator Valentin Dyakanov. “They had to write personally to every lending institution or person to ask for permission to extend the loans for these shows. It was a volume of emails unprecedented in the history of our museum.” Like the Metropolitan Museum, the Garage Museum chose to shutter a few days ahead of its official government lockdowns, which were instituted in mid-March.

Even as museums reopen, show calendars remain in flux. “Global logistical and travel restrictions have caused major problems,” said a representative from the UCCA, which operates spaces in Beijing and the nearby seaside town of Beidaihe. “We were required to postpone planned exhibitions despite both our museums having now reopened.”

Exterior view of Garage Museum of Contemporary Art. Courtesy of Garage Museum of Contemporary Art.

On the plus side, united by these collective concerns, art institutions around the world have been communicating, organizing, and figuring out ways to help assist one another. “All of our partners have been remarkably helpful, conducive, collaborative, and collegial,” said Tinterow. “It’s been a great experience.” Crystal Bridges’s Robin Groesbeck echoed that sentiment: “If there’s any kind of silver lining,” she said, “it’s about helping each other.”

Though museums around the world are having to contend with ongoing uncertainty, one thing is certain—that reopening day will be a spectacular one. “It’s going to be all the more meaningful when we go back in,” said Bayer. “This show allows us to really appreciate the Met’s history—the building, all its donors, members, visitors. And this moment has made it all the more precious.”

Shannon Lee is Artsy’s Associate Editor.

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To help fight the spread of the coronavirus, Illinois residents are now required to wear a face covering or mask when in a public place where they cannot maintain a six-foot distance from other people. For example, face coverings are required in public indoor spaces, such as stores.

For more information on when and where to find masks in your community, read the Block Club story below.



Here’s Where To Get A Free Mask In Chicago This Weekend

CHICAGO — Illinoisans are required to cover their faces in public starting Friday to fight the spread of coronavirus. Residents will be required to wear a face covering or mask when in public and unable to maintain a 6-foot distance from other people, according to Gov. JB Pritzker’s office.

RELATED: You Must Cover Your Face In Illinois Starting May 1. Here’s What You Need To Know

Some aldermen are giving out free masks after businessman Willie Wilson donated 1 million masks to Chicago wards earlier this week. The city also plans to give out 1 million masks to “residents in need,” Mayor Lori Lightfoot said.

Many of the mask giveaways are ward specific. Not sure what ward you live in?

Look it up here.

1st Ward/ Logan Square: 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Tuesdays and Saturdays at Ald. Daniel La Spata’s office, 1958 N. Milwaukee Ave. Residents must pre-arrange a pick up.

Call 872-206-2685 or email [email protected]. Details here.

2nd Ward/Wicker Park: 1-3 p.m. Friday for seniors only and 10 a.m.-noon Saturday for all 2nd Ward residents at Ald. Brian Hopkins’ office parking lot, 1600 W. Blackhawk St. Residents can also request a mask by filling out this form. More details here.

4th Ward/ Kenwood: 3-5 p.m. Saturday at CSO Sport and Medical Complex, 1301 E. 47th St. The effort is organized by Ald. Sophia King. Details here.

5th Ward/ South Shore: 11 a.m. Friday at 7351 S. Stony Island parking lot; 2 p.m. Friday at 60th & Stony Island parking lot. The effort is organized by Ald. Leslie Hairston. Details here. Another at 10 a.m. Saturday, at All Nations Worship Assembly, 7359 S. Chappel Ave. Details here. And one at noon Saturday, there’s a giveaway at Local Market, 2101 E. 71st St. Details here.

8th Ward/ South Shore: noon-2 p.m. Saturday at 7415 S. East End Ave. The effort is organized by Ald. Michelle Harris. Details here.

11th Ward/ Bridgeport: Ald. Patrick Daley Thompson said in his newsletter he plans to announce a giveaway soon.

14th Ward/ Chicago Lawn: 9 a.m.-noon Friday at Ald. Ed Burke’s office, 2650 W. 51st St. Details here.

15th Ward/ Englewood: Ald. Raymond Lopez’s office is delivering masks to residents. Call 773-306-0837 to request one. Details here.

16th Ward/ New City: Ald. Stephanie Coleman plans to announce a giveaway soon.

17th Ward/ Auburn Gresham: Ald. David Moore is looking for volunteers to help distribute masks. Call his office at 773-783-3672 if you can help. Details here.

27th Ward/ West Humboldt Park: 10 a.m. Friday at Turkey Chop, 3506 W. Chicago Ave. 5,000 free masks are available. Details here.

27th Ward/ Near West Side: 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Monday at Ald. Walter Burnett Jr.’s office, 4 N. Western Ave. Senior and low-income residents can also request a mailed mask by calling 312-432-1995.

28th Ward/ Garfield Park: 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday at Garfield Park, 258 S. Central Park. Ave. The effort is organized by Ald. Jason Ervin. Details here.

31st Ward/ Belmont Cragin: 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday at New Life Covenant Church, 5101 W. Diversey Ave. The effort is organized by Ald. Felix Cardona Jr. Details here.

33rd Ward/ Irving Park: 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday at Ald. Rossana Rodriguez’s office, 3001 W. Irving Park Road. The mask giveaway will continue through Tuesday. Details here.

37th Ward/ Austin: 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday at Ald. Emma Mitts’ office, 4924 W. Chicago Ave.

39th Ward/ Albany Park: Residents can request a free mask from Ald. Samantha Nugent’s office by filling out this form. More details here.

40th Ward/ Lincoln Square: Residents can request a free mask from Ald. Andre Vasquez’s office by filling out this form. More details here.

41st Ward/ Edison Park: 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Wednesdays and Thursdays at Ald. Anthony Napolitano’s office, 7442 N. Harlem Ave. Call 773-631-2241 when you arrive. Details here.

45th Ward/ Jefferson Park: 12:30-3:30 p.m. Saturday in the parking lot of Hoyne Savings Bank, 4729 N. Milwaukee Ave. The effort is organized by Ald. Jim Gardiner. Details here.

47th Ward/ Lincoln Square: Residents can request a free mask from Ald. Matt Martin’s office by filling out this form. More details here.

48th Ward/ Edgewater: 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Saturday at St. Ita Church parking lot, 5500 N. Broadway. The effort is organized by Ald. Harry Oster

04/02/2020
Steve Harvey

Steve Harvey

In 1991 I was sleeping in my car, I had $35 to my name, everything I had could fit into two bags. I started talking to God about my dreams... Fast forward, out of nowhere I get a call from the Apollo asking me to come on the show. That same night I met D.L. Hughley, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, and Jamie Foxx for the first time. We were all comedians that went on that night. This is my Apollo story and how I became the host. This was my turnback moment.

Everybody has a turn back a moment, it's the moment you can either go forward or give everything up. There's one guarantee if you give up it will never happen. Faith is everything, God is always on time, he's never too late.

Watch more #Motivated + on SteveHarvey.com

03/09/2020
Royal Opera House

Royal Opera House

🎻 Marcelino Sambe and Lauren Cuthbertson's stunning rehearsals for The Cellist, Cathy Marston's first Main Stage work for The Royal Ballet

This brand new production is inspired by the life and career of cellist Jacqueline du Pre. It opens on the Main Stage on 17 February 🌟

🎫 www.ro.house/CellistFB

03/02/2020
KAO RA ZEN

KAO RA ZEN

KAO RA ZEN & THE UNGOVERNABLES

Part of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago's 'NEW BLOOD XIII" performance festival.

"The Burning"
"La Niña, Pinta, y Santa Maria"
"Sheep"

Flag backdrop by Sara Peak Convery

Written and directed by Kao

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#LosIngobernables

Best Friends Build Their Own Tiny Town So They Can Retire And Grow Old Together
02/12/2020
Best Friends Build Their Own Tiny Town So They Can Retire And Grow Old Together

Best Friends Build Their Own Tiny Town So They Can Retire And Grow Old Together

Four couples decided to build their perfect “getaway” in good ol’ Texas. These eight best friends thought of an eco-town made out of tiny homes, and architect Matt Garcia made their wish come true. The cabins, facing the Llano river outside of Austin, Texas, cost around $40,000 each and are en...

02/03/2020
The New Yorker

The New Yorker

Winter Sale: Subscribe to The New Yorker and get 12 weeks for just $6. Plus, get a free tote bag. Illustration by @richardmcguirehere.

02/03/2020
International Art Group - Chicago

International Art Group - Chicago

The I A G is looking for a venue to again hold a salon.
We are still connecting and sharing on social media.
We are connected with Any Squared who organizes many shows and art meet ups and Kao and I are continueing our work as networkers.
Looking forward to seeing you, please let us know about your work as artists, thank you, Marianna

Starting Over | You are Loved
02/03/2020
Starting Over | You are Loved

Starting Over | You are Loved

Sometimes starting over isn't as bad as you think it may be. Whether it be in a relationship, a new job position, or moving.

01/13/2020
Treated you wrong.
01/10/2020
Treated you wrong.

Treated you wrong.

A time will come in your life when some people will regret why they treated you wrong. Trust me, it will definitely come. They say what goes around comes around, so be careful about the energy you release into the universe. Call it karma or the Golden Rule, good things happen to those who do...

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