Wrightwood 659 presents Balkrishna Doshi: Architecture for the People a retrospective of the 2018 Pritzker Prize laureate Balkrishna Doshi (born 1927, Pune, India).
Music powerhouse Meshell Ndegeocello provides a 21st-century ritual toolkit for justice each month of fall 2020.
An exhibition co-curated by Janine Mileaf and H. Daly Arnett and featuring works by Elliott Jerome Brown, Jr., Lenka Clayton, Sara Cwynar, Bronwyn Katz, Chancellor Maxwell, and Lily van der Stokker.
In partnership with Chicago’s Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events,Art on theMART will resume projections on Thursday, November 12 with an all-new program.
Join AIA Chicago for this two part program examining how racial injustice is embedded in our built environment.
Participants in this seminar will gain insight into the challenges and accomplishments of creating space for LGBTQ+ history in public institutions, and how spaces can provide a platform for inclusive history.
Join artists Susan Giles, Mie Kongo and Yvette Mayorga in conversation about their works currently on view in the temporary exhibition Architectural Matters.
Join the Block Museum for the last event in a series of shared conversations about artworks from the collection that explore ideas of justice, race, and equity.
The Roedelius Cells is a multi-channel audio installation created by Grammy-nominated US composer/sound artist Tim Story available for safe, in-person visits by appointment.
Join the Canadian Centre for Architecture for a look at the practice of 2019 CAB alums Wolff Architects.
Join 2019 Chicago Architecture Biennial participants Mass Design Group for a year-end event featuring Dr. Paul Farmer.
Join the Chicago Architecture Center for a virtual STEM festival designed just for girls ages 10-16!