Chicago Cultural Center Announces New Visual Art Exhibitions

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The City of Chicago and the Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events (DCASE) announces new visual art exhibitions, along with tours, lectures, and more taking place this winter and early spring throughout the Chicago Cultural Center, 78 E Washington St. New program highlights include the exhibition, “Surviving the Long Wars: Reckon and Reimagine” featuring powerful artwork of Indigenous and Native American artists opening March 4 in the 4th floor Exhibit Hall. Presented as part of second Veteran Art Triennial and Summit, there will be adjacent exhibitions and programming at the Hyde Park Art Center and Newberry Library. The critically acclaimed “Nelly Agassi: No Limestone, No Marble” exhibition has been extended through February 26 in the Chicago Rooms. For more information, visit

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