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The 2011/12 Season is partially supported by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency, and a CityArts grant from the City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events.
The event is produced in association with the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and in conjunction with Caffeine Theatre's production of Dylan Thomas' Under Milk Wood, which runs at the theatre from August 21 to September 27.
Art-o-mats appear in galleries, grocery stores and coffee shops across the United States, including the Whitney Museum of Ameri-can Art in New York, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles and the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs.
4 million in 1999 for the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs.
com," said Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs Commissioner Lois Weisberg.
One hundred years later, the vision of Daniel Burnham is an inspiration to urban planners and people everywhere," said Lois Weisberg, Commissioner of the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs.
CHICAGO--"I want something unifying that will bring everyone in the city together at midnight on New Year's Eve as the new millennium is ushered in," says Lois Weisberg, commissioner of the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs.
The workshop, "Engaging Older Adults Through Arts and Culture: Developing a Livable Chicago for All Ages," will be hosted by the City of Chicago, Chicago Department of Seniors Services, Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs, Chicago Life Opportunities Initiative, Chicago Business Council, and the Center for Creative Aging at Harold Washington College.