For the fourteenth consecutive year, Filipinos In Alliance at the University of Illinois at Chicago proudly presents Battle of the Bamboo, a cultural dance competition showcasing traditional Filipino folk dance.
As a part of Chicago Cultural Alliance’s Culture at the Intersection series, the Trickster Art Gallery brings together dancers to perform and discuss the evolution of native regalia design as influenced by migration and relocation to and from Chicago.
The class will focus on body-weather, Noguchi, and mythical creatures through guided imagery and structured improvisation. Noguchi exercises foster an experience of the body as water with the goal of encountering and releasing the natural body.
The Chicago Korean Dance Company, as non-profit organization, has served an integral part of the Korean-American community. We are fulfilling our mission, to introduce Korean culture in a beautiful form of art to mainstream America and to local communities.
Chicago-based dance theater company Lucky Plush Productions, led by founder and Artistic Director Julia Rhoads, returns to Steppenwolf’s 1700 Theatre this fall as part of Steppenwolf’s LookOut Series with the world premiere of Rink Life.
Celebrate Lunar New Year at the Art Institute of Chicago. Then, light up the night with a lion-dance led lantern procession from Millennium Park to Maggie Daley Park, followed by more New Year's activities, including a lion dance finale, crafts, food, and ice skating.
Enjoy an extravaganza of dance, martial arts, music and drumming on three stages, kicked off by our iconic lion dancers, as Navy Pier's AON Grand Ballroom is transformed into a festive Chinese marketplace.
Usher in the lunar new year with a multi-arts lunch hour performance at Chicago Cultural Center's historic Preston Bradley hall, and indulge in a spectacular showcase of lion dance, Chinese dance, music, and direct from China.