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Chicago is home to hundreds of small and mid-sized arts organizations that reflect, and promote, the cultural life of local communities and ethnic audiences. The Joyce Foundation has long supported such groups for their indispensable contribution to the city’s cultural and artistic vitality.
The Joyce Foundation seeks to fund projects that bring diverse audiences together, and create common cultural experiences that encourage participants to see art as integral to their lives and communities.
Artists change cities. Artists change neighborhoods. Artists change individuals. That's why the Joyce Foundation supports democratizing the arts experience. The artist sparks the imaginations of the people they touch.
See exhibit before it closes on May 5th. New retrospective of the careers of two of the art and entertainment world’s most respected African American artists.
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