news & upcoming programs
Mark your calendars! "Time To Break Silence," a community event commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the "Beyond Vietnam" speech, which Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered at Riverside Church in NYC. "Time To Break Silence" happens at the First Unitarian Church of Chicago on April 4th. Click here for more details.
Borderbend is working with Breakthrough, an East Garfield Park-based organization on "Chicago Freedom Movement → Now & into the Future." Chicago youth are participating in this arts education program. Stay tuned for more info!
Borderbend is happy to announce that we're a new member of Hive Chicago. We're working with several Hive Chicago members on a project that we're hoping to roll out later this year. Stay tuned for updates!
bending the borders of artistic expression
The Borderbend Arts Collective presents boundary-pushing arts programming by connecting artists with communities to create year-round musical, literary and multi-arts programs involving new and unique arts practices. Our programs include site-specific events; arts education programs; collaborations among local, regional, and international artists and organizations; and work presented on web-based platforms -- all with the goal of building community.
Annual Borderbend programs include the Chicago Calling Arts Festival and Mingus Awareness Project. Borderbend partners with other organizations to enrich and extend the reach of its programs which have involved artists, organizations, and communities from the U.S. and beyond.
You can contact us by email email@example.com and phone (312) 380-9223.
Please consider supporting the Borderbend Arts Collective. Your kind donation will help us to continue our ongoing cultural programming. Because Borderbend is a 501(c)(3) organization, your donation is tax deductible. Click here to find out more.