Special Events

Wednesday, February 10

Wednesday, 5:30–7:00 PM
CAA Convocation
Open to the public
Grand EF, East Tower, Gold Level, Hyatt Regency Chicago
Welcome
Linda Downs, CAA Executive Director
Presidential Address
Paul Jaskot, CAA President
Presentation of CAA Awards for Distinction
Keynote Address
Dawoud Bey


Wednesday, 7:00–9:30 PM
CAA Gala Reception
Modern Wing, Art Institute of Chicago
159 East Monroe Street
$35 advance
$40 onsite at registration in the Hyatt Regency Chicago. Tickets will not be sold at the Art Institute of Chicago.
Limited Availability

The Gala Reception will take place in the Art Institute of Chicago’s newly inaugurated Modern Wing.  Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Renzo Piano, this stunning addition provides a new home for the museum’s renowned collection of twentieth- and twenty-first-century art.

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Thursday, February 11

Common Languages Lecture Series
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Presented by the Department of Fiber and Material Studies

During the building and the putting together, in the finding and the forgetting, what else is a material practice making? The Common Languages lecture series investigates the role of materiality in its capacity to expose, dissolve, and reform common languages, histories, and boundaries, and asks: If making is a form of knowing, what do we know?

Julia Bryan-Wilson
School of the Art Institute of Chicago Ballroom, 112 South Michigan Ave.

A new term recently entered the lexicon: craftivism, the merging of craft and activism. How, and why, has handmaking been understood as political, or even revolutionary? Julia Bryan-Wilson historicizes the contemporary interest in craftivism within the US by rooting it in the social movements and counterculture of the late 1960s and early 1970s. She looks critically at how textile-based (and traditionally female) handicraft methods such as crocheting, knitting, sewing, and quilting have been polemically used within feminist, queer, anti-war, and anti-sweatshop contexts. Art historian Bryan-Wilson’s research includes feminist, queer, and collaborative art and in her most recent book, Art Workers Radical Practice in the Vietnam War Era, she explores the politicization of artistic labor in the US in the late 1960s and early 1970s. This lecture is made possible by the William Bronson and Grayce Slovet Mitchell Lectureship in Fiber and Material Studies.

Thursday, 12:30–2:00 PM
Historic Skyscrapers Walking Tour of the Chicago Loop
Sponsored by the Chicago Architecture Foundation
SOLD OUT

Discover the historic beginnings of the Chicago School of Architecture and the early skyscrapers built between 1870 and 1935. Buildings featured include the Art Deco Chicago Board of Trade Building; the Auditorium Building, a Louis Sullivan masterpiece; and the Rookery, a National Historic Landmark.

Meet the tour guide at the Hyatt Regency Chicago at 12:15 PM.

 

Thursday, 12:30–2:00 PM
The Joan Flasch Artists’ Book Collection
The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Sharp Building
37 South Wabash Avenue, 5th floor, room 508
Free

CAA conference attendees are invited to explore the Flaxman Library Special Collections, and in particular, the Joan Flasch Artists’ Book Collection. It serves as a repository for a variety of experimental art forms that span the last five decades, drawing from any type of media that may exemplify how visual conventions and dominant artistic practices during that time period are questioned and modified.

Group tours are limited to 25 people by reservation only. Contact: Doro Boehme, curator:aboehm@saic.edu, 847.899.5098; Front desk: jfabc@saic.edu, 312.899.7486. Other appointments are possible by contacting the Collections directly.

Any person with a disability who would like to request an accommodation should contact the Disability and Learning Resource Center at dlrc@saic.edu or 312.499.4278 to make arrangements.

Directions: From the Hyatt Regency, walk south on Michigan Avenue until Monroe Street. Make a right on Monroe Street for one block; the Sharp Building is located at the northeast corner of Wabash Avenue and Monroe Street.

 

Thursday, 12:30–2:00 PM
Public Lecture Series: Common Languages
Richard Sennett
School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Department of Fiber and Material Studies
SAIC Ballroom, 112 South Michigan Avenue
Free

During the constructing and the creating, in the finding and the forgetting, what else is a material practice making? This lecture series investigates the role of materiality in its capacity to expose, dissolve, and reform common languages, histories, and boundaries, and asks: If making is a form of knowing, what do we know?

The speaker, Richard Sennett, is one of the founders of the New York Institute for the Humanities at New York University. Since the 1990s he has been deviding his time between NYU and the London School of Economics. This lecture is made possible by the William Bronson and Grayce Slovet Mitchell Lectureship in Fiber and Material Studies in conjunction with Architecture, Interior Architecture, and Designed Objects.

Directions: From the Hyatt Regency head south on Michigan Avenue; the SAIC Ballroom is located on the west side of Michigan Avenue just past Monroe Street.

 

Thursday, 2:30–5:00 PM
Terra Foundation for American Art
Terra Foundation of American Art Distinguished Scholar Session Honoring Jules David Prown: Generations--Art, Ideas, and Change
Grand EF, Gold Level, East Tower, Hyatt Regency Chicago
Free

A distinguished scholar and devoted teacher of the history of American art and material culture, Jules Prown is Paul Mellon Professor Emeritus of the History of Art at Yale University.

Chair: Bryan J. Wolf, Stanford University
Alex Nemerov, Yale University
Margaretta Lovell, University of California, Berkeley
Jennifer Roberts, Harvard University
Jennifer Greenhill, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Ethan Lasser, Chipstone Foundation

 

Thursday, 5:30–7:00 PM
Opening Reception
Schneider Gallery
230 West Superior Street
Free

On view: Magdalena Campos Pons

 

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Reception and Open Studios
Gallery 400, University of Illinois at Chicago
400 South Peoria Street
Free

Join Gallery 400 for a reception in the exhibitions "Artwork: A National Conversation About Art, Labor and Economics" and"The Free Store." Graduate students in the School of Art & Design's studio arts, photo, and moving image graduate programs will have open studios during the reception.

Art Work is a newspaper and website (artandwork.us) that consists of writings and images from artists, activists, writers, critics, and others on the topic of working within depressed economies and how that impacts artistic process, compensation and artistic property. The Free Store is a nomadic, temporary free store that irregularly visits a variety of Chicagoland neighborhoods.

Directions: Gallery 400 is easily reached by the "El", one half block from the CTA Blue Line UIC/Halsted station.

 

Thursday, 5:30–7:00 PM
Open House and Reception
Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts
4 West Burton Place
Free

On view: What You Can Do with the City

Directions: Take bus #11, 22, 36, 72, 73, 151, or 156, the Brown Line stop at Sedgwick Station, or the Red Line stop at Clark/Division station.

 

Thursday, 5:30–7:00 PM
Open House and Reception
Illinois State Museum Chicago Gallery
100 West Randolph, Suite 2-100
Free

On view: Pathways and Portals: Artists Reinventing Culture

Directions: Located on the second floor of the James R. Thompson Center. Guests arriving after 6:00 PM must enter through the LaSalle Street door.

 

Thursday, 5:30–7:00 PM
Opening Preview Reception
Intuit: The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art
756 North Milwaukee Avenue
Free

On view: The Treasure of Ulysses Davis

Directions: Across Chicago Avenue Blue Line stop; near #66 Chicago Ave bus and #56 Milwaukee Avenue bus.

 

Thursday, 5:30–7:00 PM
Reception
The Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago
5549 South Woodlawn
Free

On view: Anna Shteynshleyger Photography

 

Thursday, 5:30–7:00 PM
Reception and Lecture by Peter Parshall
Smart Museum of Art, University of Chicago
5550 South Greenwood Avenue
Free

On view and lecture: The Darker Side of Light: Arts of Privacy, 1850–1900

CAA attendees recieve 10% discount for the exhibition catalogue.

Directions: South on Lake Shore Drive to 53rd Street; left on Hyde Park Boulevard; right on 55th Street; left on Ellis Avenue; drive two blocks, street parking between 57 and 59 Street.

 

5:30–7:00 PM
Open House and Reception
Spertus Museum
610 South Michigan Avenue
Free

On view: Core collection; Gray Children’s Center; and temporary exhibition What Does It Say to You?

Directions: South Michigan Avenue next to Hilton Hotel.

 

5:30–8:00 PM
Reception and Gallery Talk
Exhibition: A Procession of Them: The Plight of the Mentally Disabled,
Photographs by Eugene Richards

Gage Gallery at Roosevelt University
18 S. Michigan Ave, between Madison and Monroe

The opening reception and talk by Eugene Richards will take place at the gallery on Thursday, February 11th, from 5-8pm. Talk will begin at 6:15. The exhibition runs through May 14. http://www.roosevelt.edu/gagegallery

Directions: Walk west to Michigan Ave. then, Left on Michigan to 18 S. Michigan. The gallery is just south of Madison.

 

Thursday, 6:00 PM
An Evening at Columbia College Chicago
1104 South Wabash Avenue
Free

Join Columbia College Chicago for an evening of exhibitions, performances, film screenings, gallery talks and more. Over a dozen exhibitions are on view across campus and trolleys will transport guests to and from the hotel, and to the various events on Columbia’s campus.

Transportation: Trolleys will begin pick-up of CAA attendees at the Hyatt at 5:45 PM, and they will make multiple trips throughout the evening. Please check website for event details and updates: colum.edu/caa

Directions: Columbia College is easily reached through the “L” and just one block from the Red Line’s Roosevelt station.

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FRIDAY February 12

Friday, 12:30–2:00 PM
MFA Film Screenings
Columbia College Chicago
Film Row Cinema, 1104 South Wabash, Eighth Floor
Free

Presenting selected MFA student films from across the nation. Sponsored by the Film & Video Department, Columbia College Chicago. Contact Mary Novak 312-369-6731 for more information.

 

Friday, 12:30–2:00 PM
Roger Brown Study Collection, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
1926 North Halsted Street
Free

CAA conference attendees are invited to explore the renowned Chicago Imagist artist Roger Brown’s artists’ museum. The Roger Brown Study Collection (RBSC) is an intimate collection with an astonishing range of objects, including works Brown surrounded himself with for artistic inspiration.

Open house tours are limited to 20 people, by reservation, on a first come, first served basis. The RBSC is located in Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood, a short ride from downtown by taxi or train. Contact: Lisa Stone, curator; lstone@saic.edu; 773.929.2452

Any person with a disability who would like to request an accommodation should contact the Disability and Learning Resource Center at dlrc@saic.edu or 312.499.4278 to make arrangements. Other appointments are possible by contacting the Collections directly.

Directions: From the Brown Line (Ravenswood El), exit at Armitage and walk 3 blocks east to Halsted. Turn right on Halsted and go 1/2 block south. From the Red Line (toward Howard) exit at North Avenue, go to Halsted and walk 3 1/2 blocks north.

 

Friday, 12:30–2:00 PM
The Feminist Art Project
Distributing Ourselves: New Media Art, Curating, Networks, and Collaborations

Soldier Field, Bronze Level, West Tower, Hyatt Regency Chicago

Artists have led the way in using social media tools and online networks to create new ways of art working that include self-distribution, mass participation and collaboration. Modes where 'the audience' might become not only a participant, but also to an extent a curator, throw down obvious challenges and opportunities for arts organisers across the contemporary arts.Since 2000, the research centre CRUMB at the University of Sunderland in the UK, has aimed to help curators rethink their practices in this light. Three new books by the CRUMB team, including an MIT Press book, gather the wisdom from a wide range of curators such as Steve Dietz and Christiane Paul who have joined the CRUMB online debate. This panel is moderated by Hana Iverson, Visiting Scholar, Institute for Women and Art at Rutgers and led by CRUMB's Beryl Graham with curatorial responses and discussion from School of the Art Institute of Chicago: Jon Cates, Bruce Jenkins, Abina Manning, and Adelheid Mers.

 

Friday, 2:30-5:00 PM
Annual Artists’ Interviews
Columbus GHIJ, East Tower, Gold Level, Hyatt Regency Chicago
Free

Lynne Warren of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, interviews the artist Phyllis Bramson. Artist, writer, and curator, John Neff, will interview Tony Tasset.

 

Friday, 5:00 pm
Open House
Mess Hall
6932 North Glenwood Avenue
Free

Mess Hall, an experimental cultural center, invites CAA conference attendees to informally gather, meet, and learn about Chicago art and activism. Of special interest is a visual display highlighting many of the current Chicago-based collective art spaces, periodicals, campaigns, and activist art projects. It is a place where visual art, radical politics, creative urban planning, applied ecological design, and other things intersect and inform each other.

Directions: Morse CTA Red Line train stop; Mess Hall is a half block away.

 

Friday, 5:00 PM
Open House and Reception
Packer Schopf Gallery
942 West Lake Street
Free

On view: Jason Lahr, DeathMetalHippieKiller; Tim Vermeulen, Moby Dick; and Gene Hamilton, Ventriloquist Dummy Paintings

Directions: Three blocks west of Halsted on Lake.

 

5:00 PM
Reception
DOVA Gallery
5228 South Harper Avenue

On view: Emma Bee Bernstein (1985–2008): Feminism and Masquerade. A retrospective of photographs by Bernstein, curated by Katherine Griefen and Laura Letinsky, at the University of Chicago, DOVA (Department of Visual Art) Gallery.

Directions: Take Randolph Street Metra to 51st/53rd Street (Hyde Park). Walk west on East 52nd Place and right to South Harper Avenue

 

Friday, 6:00 PM
Artist Reception
Exhibition: From the Center: Now!
Women Made Gallery
685 North Milwaukee Avenue
Free

From the Center: Now! is a group exhibition sponsored by the Women's Caucus on Art and juried by Lucy Lippard. It will be on display at Woman Made Gallery until February 25.

Friday, 6:00–8:00 PM
CAA Annual Exhibition Reception
Picturing the Studio
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Sullivan Galleries, 33 South State, 7th Floor
Free

The reception will feature a site-specific installation by artists Jan Tichy and Helen Maria Nugent.

Directions: From the Hyatt Regency, walk south on Michigan Avenue until Monroe Street; make a right on Monroe Street for two blocks. The Sullivan Center is located at the northwest corner of Monroe Street and State Street.

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SATURDAY, February 13



Saturday, 9:00 AM–5:00 PM
Feminist Art Project Special Sessions
Coordinator: Maria Elena Buszek, Kansas City Art Institute
Acapulco, Gold Level, West Tower, Hyatt Regency Chicago
Free

Panelists include artists Dara Birnbaum, Naomi Fisher, and Margarita Cabrera, and curators Elissa Auther and Bettina Steinbrugge.

Saturday, 9:00–10:30 AM
When No Means More Than No
Chair: Jillian Saint Jacques, Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis, University of Amsterdam
Free

This panel explores possibilities for the tactics of negation in contemporary feminist art. In light of Julia Kristeva’s notion that, in abjection, there is always something of the “no” that belongs to the other, papers on this panel will evaluate instances wherein “no” might mean more than no—or less. Leena-Maija Rossi, Adair Rounthwaite, and Dore Bowen consider the nuances of the role of removal and abnegation in feminist art

Saturday, 10:45 AM–noon
Feminist Artists and Feminist Curators: A Conversation about Collaboration
Chair: Catharina Manchanda, Wexner Center for the Arts
Free

In the wake of recent feminist “blockbuster” exhibitions and their attendant critical discourse, this roundtable conversation featuring feminist curators and artists will address the challenges, pleasures, and workaday details of contemporary feminist creative and curatorial practices—both independently of and in collaboration with one another. Panelists include artists Dana Birnbaum, Naomi Fisher, and Margarita Cabrera, and curators Elissa Auther and Bettina Steinbrugge

Saturday, 12:30–1:45 PM
Wandering Uteri, De/ReConstructed Vulvas, and Architectures of Hospitality
Chair: Faith Wilding, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Free

In this provocative presentation cyberfeminist artists/health activists/scholars, Terri Kapsalis, Faith Wilding, and Irina Aristarkhova combine research, on-the-ground activism, and artistic production to illuminate contemporary and historical representations of medical interventions into female/male/transgender reproductive functions and health care.

Saturday, 2:00–3:30 PM
Feminist Painting
Chairs: Julia Bryan-Wilson, University of California-Irvine; Johanna Burton, Whitney Independent Study Program
Free

In 1975, Alice Neel asserted: “I always painted like a woman, but I don't paint like a woman is supposed to paint.” What does it mean to paint “like a woman”—and how might that differ from painting as a feminist? Featuring Harmony Hammond, Carrie Moyer, Amy Sillman, and Paula Wilson, this session brings together four artists of different generations to discuss the political ramifications of applying pigment to surface.  Each of these women grapples in her work with how painting has historically and might continue to signify a feminist practice. In what has been called a "post-medium” (and even "post-feminism") era, how can we look critically at the specific tools, methods, and means of painting, particularly abstraction, from within a feminist rubric?

Saturday, 3:45–5:00 PM
Push and/or Pull:
Trans and Gender-Variant Artists Discuss the Role of Feminism in Their Work
Chair: Lacey Jane Roberts, independent artist and author
Free

In recent years debates have raged over the place that transgender, gender-variant, and genderqueer people occupy in contemporary feminism.  Feminist and queer activism and theory paved the path for transgender and gender-identities, yet feminist spaces have often been unwelcoming and critical of those who claim gender-variant identities, positioning them as inauthentic or as infringing on spaces reserved for those considered to be “women-born-women.”  This panel will feature three artists who identify as trans, gender-variant, or genderqueer, who will discuss how they negotiate feminism and the role/s that feminist histories and thought play/s in their work; ways that feminism is exclusive or inclusive of trans, genderqueer, or gender-variant people; and how the presence and cultural production of those who identify as gender-variant and trans contributes to the evolution of contemporary feminist theory and praxis. 

 

Saturday, 12:30–2:00 PM
MFA Film Screenings
Columbia College Chicago
Film Row Cinema, 1104 South Wabash, Eighth Floor
Free

Presenting selected MFA student films from across the nation. Sponsored by the Film & Video Department, Columbia College Chicago. Contact Mary Novak 312-369-6731 for more information.

 

Saturday, 12:30–2:00 PM
The Fashion Resource Center, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Sullivan Center, Room 735, 36 South Wabash Avenue
Free

For more than twenty years the Fashion Resource Center (FRC) has maintained a unique hands-on collection of late-20th- and 21st-century designer garments and accessories representing extreme innovation. To encourage an understanding of various designers’ intentions, the collection includes more than 400 garments and accessories for examination. More than 2,800 fashion publications, scholarly texts, and contemporary designer biographies and interviews are housed in the FRC’s noncirculating research setting. Also available for viewing is an expanding collection of 800 videos of ready-to-wear and couture runway presentations, technical instruction, interviews, and fashion history.

This tour is limited to the first 12 guests by reservation only. Contact: Caroline Bellios, Assistant to the Director; cbellios@saic.edu, 312.629.6730. Other appointments are possible by contacting the Collections directly.

Directions: From the Hyatt Regency, walk south on Michigan Avenue until Monroe Street. Make a right on Monroe Street for one block; the Sullivan Center is located at the northwest corner of Wabash Avenue and Monroe Street.

 

Saturday, 5:00 PM
Open House
Mess Hall
6932 North Glenwood Avenue
Free

Mess Hall, an experimental cultural center, invites CAA conference attendees to informally gather, meet, and learn about Chicago art and activism. Of special interest is a visual display highlighting many of the current Chicago-based collective art spaces, periodicals, campaigns, and activist art projects. It is a place where visual art, radical politics, creative urban planning, applied ecological design, and other things intersect and inform each other.

Directions: Morse CTA Red Line train stop; Mess Hall is a half block away.

 

Gallery Receptions

These receptions are being held in conjunction with the Studio Art Open Session on Painting, chaired by Michelle Grabner, Art Institute of Chicago, from 9:30 AM–noon on Saturday morning. The exhibitions include works by the session participants.

5:00–7:00 PM
Reception
Julius Caesar
3311 West Carroll Avenue

On view: Thomas Lawson, Scott Reeder, Carrie Moyer, Michelle Grabner

6:00–8:00 PM
Reception
Shane Campbell Gallery
1431 West Chicago Avenue

On view: Ann Craven, Peter Halley, Jon Pestoni

7:00–10:00 PM
Reception
Western Exhibitions
119 North Peoria Street, #2A

On view: Anoka Faruqee, Judy Ledgerwood, Sabina Ott, Susanna Coffey

7:00–10:00 PM
Reception
Rowley Kennerk Gallery
119 North Peoria Street, #3C

On view: Rebecca Morris, Molly Zuckerman-Hartung

 

Saturday, 6:00–7:30 PM
The Women’s Caucus for Art 2010 Lifetime Achievement Awards Dinner and Ceremony

This year’s Lifetime Achievement Award ceremony will be held at the Chicago Cultural Center, 77 East Randolph Street, on Saturday, February 13, 2010, in conjunction with the Women’s Caucus for Art and College Art Association’s 2010 Annual Conferences.

The dinner will be held from 6:00–7:30 PM. in the G.A.R. Hall. The awards ceremony will follow at 7:30 PM. in the Cassidy Theater.

Tickets for the dinner and award ceremony are available for $100 from the Women’s Caucus for Art at www.nationalwca.org or by mailed check. Reserved seating tickets just for the awards ceremony are available for $10. General audience seating for the awards ceremony is free and does not require a ticket, but seating is limited and is available on a first-come-first serve basis.

This year’s WCA awardees:

  • Tritobia Hayes Benjamin, Educator and Art Historian, Washington, DC
  • Mary Jane Jacob, Curator and Critic, Chicago, IL
  • Senga Nengudi, Performance and Installation Artist, Colorado
  • Joyce J. Scott, Visual and Performance Artist, Maryland
  • Spiderwoman Theater (Lisa Mayo, Gloria Miguel, Muriel Miguel), Performance Artists, New York

Saturday, 6:00–8:00 PM
River North Gallery Tour
Sponsored by Chicago Gallery News
SOLD OUT

The greatest concentration of galleries in Chicago can be found in River North, a former manufacturing area that was converted into Chicago's first major art community in the early 1980s. Housing loft-style galleries, design-related businesses, and scores of restaurants, River North is a creative pulse of Chicago. This tour visits a range of galleries specializing in areas such as contemporary photography, abstract painting, Asian art, and works on paper.

Transportation: Bus leaves the Hyatt Regency Chicago at 5:40 PM

 

Saturday, 6:00–8:00 PM
West Loop Galleries Tour
Sponsored by Chicago Gallery News
$15 advance
$20 onsite at registration in the Hyatt Recency Chicago
Extended hours for CAA attendees

Visit the galleries of Chicago’s expanding West Loop Gallery District for the latest exhibitions during extended gallery hours. The West Loop incorporates multiple gallery centers and a range of spaces specializing in a variety of mediums, with a notable focus on emerging artists and installation.

Transportation: Bus leaves the Hyatt Regency Chicago at 5:40 PM

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TOURS

SUNDAY, febuary 14

Sunday, 9:00 AM–1:00 PM
Frank Lloyd Wright Tour by Bus
Sponsored by the Chicago Architecture Foundation
SOLD OUT

Ride to Oak Park (10 miles west of downtown Chicago) to tour the interior of the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio, receive a guided walking tour of the Frank Lloyd Wright Historic District including the exteriors of thirteen homes designed by Wright, and interior tour of his “little jewel,” Unity Temple. Our guide will be a representative from the Chicago Architecture Foundation who will provide commentary and access to the highlights of the Wright Historic District. There will be a stop for lunch, or you may bring snacks on the bus.

Transportatoion: Bus leaves the Hyatt Regency Chicago at 9:00 AM and returns at 1:00 PM.

 

Sunday, 9:00 AM–1:00 PM
Tour: The Chicago Imagists, Mies van der Rohe, and More!
Elmhurst College, Elmhurst Art Museum
$10 advance and onsite at conference registration
Limited Availability

Elmhurst College is the place to see an extraordinary collection of works by Chicago Imagists. From Ed Paschke’s psychedelic colors to Roger Brown’s dreamlike silhouettes, this collection of more than 90 works is the best single overview in a public institution by these uniquely creative Chicago based artists of national and international acclaim.

Exhibiting late twentieth-century American art, Elmhurst Art Museum offers exhibitions ranging from national touring works to local emerging and mid-career Chicago and Illinois artists.  The AIA award winning building was designed around McCormick House, which is open for public tour and one of only three Ludwig Mies van der Rohe designed residences. Currently on display: Elmhurst Art Museum’s Solo: Outstanding Artists Series which highlights a variety of unique and talented Chicago artists including Nikki Renee Anderson, Emmett Kerrigan, and Bill Frederick.

Transportation: Depart by bus from the Hyatt Regency Chicago at 9 AM. Tour the Elmhurst Art Museum at 10 AM and the Elmhurst College Art Collection at 11 AM. Return to the Hyatt Regency at approximately 1 PM.

 

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