Leisure opportunities for Labor Day and later | MCUTimes

Leisure opportunities for Labor Day and later

It’s Labor Day Weekend (unless you are AND and already celebrated workers on May 1st – not that you can not honor working people every day). For the traditional summer end, we have walks, markets, music, exhibitions and more.

Daily, at 11-16: That Chicago Cultural Center has several exhibits to see at the moment, which is a great way to escape the hustle and bustle of downtown. This week is the last chance to check out “what flies but never lands?, ”A group show curated by Minh Nguyen and featuring works by Ana Garcia Jacome, Cathy Hsiao, SaraNoa Mark, Jacobo Zambrano-Rangel, Huong Ngo, Max Guy, Imani Elizabeth Jackson and S * an D. Henry-Smith. The exhibition closes on Sunday 5 September. And as you wander around the center, you can also see a separate exhibition of sculpture by Jeremiah Hulsebos-Spofford as well as the immersive ”Chicago: Where Comics Came to Life (1880-1960)Curated by artist Chris Ware and historian Tim Samuelson. Both can be seen until January 2022. And don’t forget to check out Buddy, the new store in the Cultural Center featuring items from Chicago artists and organizations.

Fri 9/3, 19:30: Before there was Mean Girls, Heathers was about to dig out the violent world of high school clicks and backstabbing for Gen X. So what could be better for the twisted back-to-school energy than watching it on stage? Film and theater in progress continues to run the live musical version (by Laurence O’Keefe and Kevin Murphy) of the 1989 film that made Winona Ryder an alt-darling. It runs through 9/12 at the Edge Theater, 5451 N. Broadway, with performances Thurs-Sun and tickets starting at $ 40.

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