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INHERIT CHICAGO RELEASES ITS FULL SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

8/30/2017, noon | Updated on 8/30/2017, noon
“The goal for this inaugural year is to have a wide, intergenerational cross-section of Chicagoans visit a neighborhood and experience ...

CHICAGO, IL - What happens when you bring over 30 cultural institutions together to produce programing in neighborhoods throughout the city? The Chicago Cultural Alliance (CCA) hopes that this new collaborative format will become a monumental step towards encouraging Chicagoans to connect on a hyper-local level, in

a new and meaningful ways through

cultural exchange.

Last month, Chicago Cultural Alliance announced that it would launch Inherit Chicago (release attached), the city’s first intercultural festival that brings together cultural centers, historical societies and heritage museums in collaboration to produce programing throughout neighborhoods in the region.

This week they released the full schedule and registration details on InheritChicago.org.

“The goal for this inaugural year is to have a wide, intergenerational cross-section of Chicagoans visit a neighborhood and experience a cultural exchange they had little knowledge of before,”

says Emily Reusswig, Executive Director at the Chicago Cultural Alliance. “Collectively we believe this begins when we leave our comfort zones, our bubbles, and get out and meet new people, taste new foods, hear new music and explore our similarities. ”

Inherit Chicago will offer Chicagoans and visitors a cultural journey through arts, conversation, and food in a month-long, multi-event festival happening in collaboration with 30 neighborhood based heritage museums and cultural centers, all members of the Chicago Cultural Alliance.

Registration for all events is now live at InheritChicago.org. More information is available at www.InheritChicago.org