312 Day...In Support of Chicago's Performers-Venues-Stages-Industry Workers

The League of Chicago Theatres was founded in 1979 by a small group of theaters formerly known as the Off Loop Producers Association. Their mission was to enrich and sustain the economic and cultural life in Chicago by developing marketing, advocacy and information services to strengthen the operations of member theatres.

Since the pandemic League Of Chicago Theatres set up a fund The Chicago Theatre Workers Relief Fund that offers grants of up to $500 for theatre workers who have lost their jobs and need help meeting their monthly expenses.

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The Harold Washington Cultural Center offers the community a wide range of educational programs & services in the sphere of arts & entertainment from business & performance management, digital recording & production, to classical music instruction and marketing, development & distribution.

During the pandemic venues like Harold Washington Cultural Center were the first to close and will be the last to open at 100%. While we know it can be crippling economically, it is best to protect our patrons, staff and volunteers. Moving into a virtual space of entertainment has been a challenging yet rewarding. We believe the Harold Washington Cultural Center will emerge more resilient with the support of our support.

Harold Washington Cultural Center committed to Children Community and culture.

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CIVL - Chicago Independent Venue Leagueis a coalition advocating for nearly 50 member venues in and around Chicago, all independently owned and operated.

CIVL acts to secure the long-term future of these and other venues for the benefit of our communities and emerging artists. Member venues have played a crucial role in the development of Chicago’s music over the last 50 years by nurturing local, national, and international talent, and providing a platform for these artists to build their careers and develop their music. Chicago's independent venues provide thousands of jobs, as well as millions of dollars in salaries, revenues, charitable donations and taxes. CIVL strives to gain recognition for the essential role these venues have played in defining the music culture as it exists in Chicago today.

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