We Are Still Here

A Celebration of Native and Indigenous Art

June 24 - July 24, 2022 in the Goodman Theatre Lobby

Join us before your performance of Madeline Sayet's Where We Belong.

As part of our monthlong celebration of Indigenous artistry on and off stage, we invite you to arrive early and experience a special exhibition in the Goodman's lobby featuring the work of Chicago based Indigenous artists Jim Terry, Paola Seeley and Noelle Garcia


About the Artists

Note: exhibits open one hour and thirty minutes before performances

  • Jim Terry Artwork

    Jim Terry 

    Jim Terry is a writer and illustrator who's worked on THE CROW, SUNDOWNERS, ALICE COOPER VS CHAOS, VAMPIRELLA, HEAVY METAL and more. He's self-published numerous works and is the author of COME HOME INDIO - A MEMOIR, which was a finalist for the LA Time Book Prize for graphic novel. He lives in Chicago and loves illustrating. Learn more >>

 

  • Paola Seely Artwork

    Paola Seeley

    Seeley, is a native of Honduras a freelance artist based in Chicago specializes in the human figure, especially women. Her work is about reflections on struggle and fears. But it’s also about strength and hope. In her artistic practice She interpret the female figure and reflect the surrounding world through her personal experience. She find the female body poetic and mystic. She like to reflect on emotions and create special symbolism that’s immersed in a surreal atmosphere. Learn more >>

 

  • Noelle Garcia Artwork

    Noelle Garcia

    Based in the Chicago metropolitan area, Noelle Garcia is an artist who focuses on themes of identity, family history and recovered narratives in her work. She is a North American Indigenous artist from the Klamath, Modoc and Paiute tribes from Oregon and Nevada. Her multidisciplinary practice utilizes various research methods in order to inform her methodology. Learn more >>

 
 

Special Events

  • The Sweetest Season: Indigenous Spoken Word and Song

    The Sweetest Season: Indigenous Spoken Word and Song

    Monday, July 18 at 7pm

    Since time immemorial, Chicago has been a meeting place for Native peoples. With words of wisdom, stories, and histories old and new, we expand traditions of performance with an evening of music, dance, and spoken word, featuring local Indigenous artists in a program curated by Vincent Romero (Laguna Pueblo), presented by the Mitchell Museum of the American Indian.

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Where We Belong

An Indigenous theatre-maker journeys across geographic borders, personal history, and cultural legacies; in search of a place to belong.

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