The Fish Hotel: Opening Lecture & Open Call
Please join Chemical (Re)Actions on Monday April 19, 6 pm CT for the launch of the third and final platform, The Fish Hotel, and for presentations on work within the Chicago River watershed and on the work of how we understand possibilities within ecological narrative.
From the Friends of the Chicago River Annette Anderson, Volunteer and Events Coordinator and Chelsey Grassfield, Policy Specialist, will share the genesis of their organization, the legacy of Bubbly Creek as it relates to the rest of the Chicago River and the innovation of fish hotels. Space sculptor, educator, artist and writer D. Denenge Duyst-Akpem will share her ongoing work and research as it relates to ideas of creating different forms of ecological narrative and mediation.
German Films at the Chicago European Union Film Festival
The Gene Siskel Film Center's annual Chicago European Union Film Festival is in full swing, showing a curated selection of films online. You can still watch two of this year's German films: Born in Evin and Gypsy Queen. Please check the streaming schedule for all the dates and details.
Streaming now through April 25, 2021
Learn German this Spring!
You’ve been dreaming of learning another language and we are here to fulfill your dreams! The Goethe-Institut Chicago has courses for anyone who is curious about starting to learn German or improving their existing German knowledge. Contact us for an advising session or to attend one of our free trial classes.