Art and design meet craft with September’s picks.
WNDR Museum was designed to provide a multi-sensory interactive art and technology experience, or as founder Brad Keywell puts it: “to reflect the joy of wonder itself.” In an in-depth conversation, David Allen, the world-renowned tattoo artist who serves as the WNDR Museum’s chief creative officer, provides insights into the powerhouse Yayoi Kusama’s recently debuted second exhibition, “Dots Obsession,” and shares his personal journey.
Chicago visionaries reshape community partnerships and build value by design.
Hector Guimard’s legacy on display at the Driehaus Museum.
What do you do with an empty church—designed for such a specific purpose, with its stained glass, statues and vaulted ceiling? Sometimes they can be successfully reused for another congregation, or for a community center or residences. But it can be architecturally challenging and expensive. The fabric of the neighborhood is torn by the presence of a church that’s disused and deteriorating.
Exploring emotion, identity, and social commentary through reconstructive fashion.
Workshops, exhibitions and a road-trip opportunity.
Jack Craig’s “Protist” and the altered reality of furniture.
Transcending Boundaries: the National Hellenic Museum exhibition discusses how ancient Greek ideas shape the world today.
Looking into Japanese traditional crafts to design for a better future.