More than 90 arts and humanities programs explore the many facets of laughter!
It's that wonderful time of year again, and the 20th annual Chicago Humanities Festival is in full swing. Every fall, Humanities Fest brings a different enriching topic, and this year's theme, Laughter, is sure to be a hit.
The complete schedule is available here, and you can add CHF on Facebook and Twitter for frequent updates. However, the following ChiIL Mama picks stand out from the rest and deserve a closer look.
Tomorrow night at 7:00pm, Matt Groening and Lynda Barry, will hold court at UIC, for an hour lecture. This event is not particularly kid friendly, but older students and educators are free.
Matt Groening & Lynda Barry
Thu, Nov. 5 7:00 - 8:00 PM
Two of the country’s funniest people separately, Groening and Barry together breach the comic sublime.
Then, this Sunday, there are a multitude of fantastic family friendly choices.
E. Chicago Avenue
Insect Antics: Sunday 11/8 at 1:30 pm at Harold Washington Library
Center, 400 S. State Street
Well-Defined/Michael Salinger: Sunday 11/8 at 2 pm at Francis Parker
School, 2233 N. Clark Street
Tickets to programs range from $5-20, with students and educators admitted free to many events. Tickets can be ordered by calling the CHF box office at 312-494-9509 or via the Chicago Humanities Festival Web site. Ticket buyers may also create and manage an online itinerary on the Web site and share it via email with friends.