Jasculca Terman worked closely with Chicago Shakespeare Theater and the Mayor’s office to announce Shakespeare 400 Chicago, an enormous cultural collaboration of more than 60 Chicago institutions including the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago Mariachi project, Harris Theater for Music and Dance, Lyric Opera, Chicago Symphony, Newberry Library, Chicago Public Schools, some of Chicago’s top chefs, and dozens more who will “bring the world to Chicago” in 2016. More than 1,000 actors, artists, musicians, dancers and others from at least 15 countries will stage the world’s largest and most comprehensive celebration of Shakespeare’s enduring legacy in Chicago 400 years after his death. JT provided strategic guidance, drafted materials and messaging, provided event management support and media relations services.
Nearly 100,000 people engaged with On the Table in 2017 on social media; through workshops; and as hosts, participants and partners around 5,800 tables in every Chicago neighborhood and throughout suburban communities.
Sinai Urban Health Institute recently unveiled new findings from the largest community-driven, face-to-face health survey ever conducted in Chicago. The findings showed there continue to be significant, sometimes devastating disparities in the health and wellness of different racial and ethnic groups in Chicago, exacerbated in certain communities.