Experience the legend of magical heroes from Africa, through the days of slavery, the Harlem Renaissance, the 60’s & 70’s, to the new millennium. The Legacy of Black Magicians is an interactive vivid look at the history and careers of African American performers of magical entertainment.Find out more »
The West Indian Dance Theater Company shares with audiences traditional and contemporary Afro-Caribbean folk and Island dance, music and song. We are comprised of musicians, singers and dancers. Our musicians come together with Conga drums and other handheld percussion along with folk singers to produce a vibrant section of lively and spiritual music which accompanies the dancers throughout a typical performance.Find out more »
The Chills is the first in a series of 3 traveling teen nights brought to you by Yollocalli Arts Reach and the DuSable Teen Councils. ART & ACTIVITIES OPEN MIC EXPLORE THE DUSABLE PARTY EAT More info soon….. The Chills celebrates the Year of Creative Youth in Chicago thanks to the Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events IncentOvate funding.Find out more »
Free Tuesdays January 1, 2017, The DuSable Museum of African American History’s FREE DAY will move from Sunday to TUESDAY!Find out more »
Listen in live as American Poet, Playwright, and Youth Advocate Useni Perkins reads from his classic poem "Hey Black Child" followed by an engaging discussion. Free Admission!Find out more »
DuSable Museum offers special pricing to Chicago residents and students! The DuSable Museum of African American History is free every Tuesday.Find out more »
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