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Chicago Cultural Center

Chicago Cultural Center Information


78 East Washington Street, Chicago, IL


The Loop


The Chicago Cultural Center serves as one of the main exhibition venue sites for CAB 5, featuring projects from more than 80 participants from ten countries. 

Opened in 1897, the Chicago Cultural Center is a Chicago landmark building operated by the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events and is home to free cultural exhibits and programming year-round.


Daily 10:00 AM-5:00 PM

Chicago Cultural Center
Chicago Cultural Center

Participants at this venue

Participants Country
Estudio Carme Pinós Barcelona, Spain
Gamaliel Rodriguez Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico
Kiel Moe Halifax, United States
LANZA Atelier Mexico City, Mexico
Leticia Pardo Chicago, United States & CDMX, Mexico
Limbo Accra Accra, Ghana
LOT-EK New York, United States
Modou Dieng Yacine Chicago, United States
Oren Pinhassi New York, United States
Paa Joe Accra, Ghana
Para Project Amenia, United States & Cambridge, United States
Paul Ramirez Jonas Ithaca, United States
Perry Kulper in collaboration with Eilís Finnegan Ann Arbor, United States
Practice Landscape Cambridge, United States
Project Onward with Ricky Willis and Kareem Davis Chicago, United States
Red Clay Dance Company Chicago, United States
Ruth de Jong Livingston, USA
Samuel Levi Jones, LAA Office, and Sam Van Aken New York, United States and Indiana, United States
Site / Site Design Group, LTD. Chicago, United States
SKETCH Panama City, Panama
Studio Chahar in collaboration with The Apprenticeshop Boston, USA and Tehran, Iran
The Buell Center and AD—WO, Columbia University New York, United States
The High Line New York, United States
Theatre For One New York, United States
Tschabalala Self New Haven, United States
Ugo Rondinone New York, United States
Vyjayanthi Rao and Kush Badhwar with Sagarika Sundaram New York, United States
WOJR Cambridge, United States
Mobile Makers Chicago, United States

Neighborhood Guide

  1. Millennium Park Public Park
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