May Huang

CONTRIBUTIONS

Who Tells Your Story: Fiction Has Its Eyes on You, History

Four professors discuss the relationship between history and fiction in a panel discussion hosted by the Chicago Journal of History.

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Feb. 21, 2017

Palette Control: Kapwani Kiwanga Adds Color to Authority

An academic-turned artist, Kiwanga's work explores how institutions such as schools and prisons affect behavior.

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Jan. 27, 2017

Words Take Action at Chicago Writers Resist

Free readings will be held all over Chicago on January 15 as part of Writers Resist.

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Jan. 10, 2017

History of Art, University Cemented in Concrete Cadillac

A colossal conservation effort brings Wolf Vostell's public Fluxus sculpture, "Concrete Traffic," back to campus after almost eight years. "Concrete Happenings" will feature a program of diverse art events until next spring.

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Nov. 4, 2016

USO Concert Casts Spell on Audience

"Magic, Curses, and Spells": University Symphony Orchestra channels Halloween with Tchaikovsky and Harry Potter.

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Nov. 1, 2016

Fraternité and Free Music Ring With CSO

Most importantly, the Apostolic Church of God was filled with people of all ages who loved what they heard.

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Oct. 18, 2016

Finding Value at the 10th Annual Hyde Park Used Book Sale

On Monday, the last day of the sale, customers could pay $4 for all the books they could fit in a bag.

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Oct. 11, 2016

Smart Exhibits Snapshot of History and Humanity

In this way, the exhibition captures the spirit of photography—its ability to capture moments, preserve them in their time and place, yet embody a sense of timelessness for the people who view them generations later.

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Oct. 4, 2016

UChicago Clothesline Project Gives Voice to the Unheard

“We see the value in art as a form of healing, expression, and community building,” Keisler said.

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May 31, 2016

Finding Art in Empty Spaces: Between the Ticks of the Watch at Renaissance Society

“It was good to start a new centennial by asking questions.”

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May 17, 2016