A collaboration between Honey Pot Performance, the Dance Music Archiving Foundation, and a team of local cultural historians and cultural producers, the Chicago Black Social Culture Map exists to preserve Chicago's black social cultural lineage - past, present, and future - through an experience that is both fun and informative. 2019 programming features a series of roving map and archiving days focused on the social scene across the city’s South, West, and North sides. Each day features public spaces, personalities, and cultural history connected to specific city geographies.
Our first event for 2019 features South Shore queer community as a key influence in the development of house culture in Chicago. The event includes refreshments, a cash bar, and DJ sets from Jo de Presser and Duane Powell.
Register for free tickets HERE.