When things turn tough, it may be time for a reinvention. These eight classes point the way
Here’s your chance to act like a presidential candidate. Promise your brain some change—and then follow through with one of these eight classes that can help transform your way of thinking.
From kayaking to fly-fishing to building castles in the sand: a user’s guide to summer on the water
This fall, let one of these adult-oriented classes—about medieval Britain, modern architecture, cinematic jazz, and five other subjects—uncage your dormant brain
In turning their living rooms into exhibition spaces, some young entrepreneurs are bridging the gap between elite West Loop galleries and the emerging art scene. “It forces me to mop more,” says Katie Rashid, explaining the downside of opening an art gallery in her apartment. The upside? For an aspiring gallerist with an eye for talent: a business opportunity—plus an excuse to throw some of the best parties in town.
We polled gallerists and experts to find out which rising art stars we should be collecting now; see their work at Artopolis or visit the galleries that represent them.