The Promised Land: Opening Reception
Eleven artists with ties to North and South of the Mason-Dixon Line respond to just how much Black life has always been in transit. The Great Migration was one of the largest movements of people in United States history. It has transformed cities like Chicago,
Emerging Artist Series featuring Tianna Bracey
SSCAC IS PROUD TO FEATURE ARTIST TIANNA BRACEY FOR A SOLO PRESENTATION OF RECENT WORKS. Tianna Bracey is an emerging artist employing portraiture as a vessel for connection. Her most recent series of work reimagine space as connection to ancestry. Her portraits are transformed into whimsical
…of the land: acts of refusal and ratification
A three-person exhibition featuring new and recent works from Chicago-based artists Ajmal ‘Mas Man’ Millar, Lola Ayisha Ogbara, and R. Treshawn Williamson exploring homeplace through sculpture, self-imaging, & materialism. R. Treshawn Williamson. Charcoal rubbing, screen printed debris, White Oak, Etched plaque. Left half. 15 x 20.
3831 Holiday Pop-Up!
Join us to get a head start on holiday shopping at our first 3831 Holiday Pop-Up, with some of the city’s most talented Black creatives! Image courtesy: Limba Gal
REWIND & PLAY | SSCAC x Black Harvest Film Festival
SSCAC and Black Harvest Film Festival, in partnership with the Gene Siskel Film Center invite you to a complimentary afternoon screening of REWIND & PLAY! Image courtesy of
Black Fine Art Month Salon Talk ‘Who’s Got Next’
We’re proud to partner with Pigment International, Pigment International for a Salon Talk that explores Black Chicago Art History and legacies, featuring our favorite TikTok historian ‘6figga_dilla’ !
G to G Coaching Session: Tax Preparation for Artists and Freelancers
SSCAC is thrilled to partner with ILA Creative Studio for their G-to-G Coaching Sessions, in a 3-part series of artist development resource workshops that intend to help close the gap of
ReSource Symposium: Art and Resourcefulness in Black Chicago
This convening will help shape the research questions, thematic structures, and community connections for the South Side Community Art Center’s “ReSOURCE” exhibition, scheduled for 2024 as part of the Terra
Dandelion Black Women Artists Talk
Members of the Dandelion Black Women Artists collective will join SSCAC Exhibitions Manager & Curator Lola Ayisha Ogbara in conversation. RSVP HERE Our upcoming exhibition 9 Artists/ 9