so the story goes
The Art Institute of Chicago  
 
 
  tina barney
September 16 - December 3, 2006 philip-lorca dicorcia
nan goldin
sally mann
larry sultan
 
 
 



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    RELATED EVENTS



    All programs are free with museum admission unless marked with an asterisk (*). Call (312) 443-3680 for more information.

    SNAP! Gala
    Member Previews
    Opening Day Programs
    World AIDS Day Programs
    Events
    Gallery Talks
    Student and Teacher Programs
    Family Programs

    Member Previews
    Saturday, September 16
    10:00 a.m.–11:00 a.m.

    Sunday, September 17
    10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.

    Opening Day Programs
    Opening Day Celebration
    September 16, 2006
    11:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
    Fullerton Hall
    Join featured artists Tina Barney, Philip-Lorca diCorcia, Nan Goldin, Sally Mann, and Larry Sultan at the Art Institute for special opening-day artist's talks in celebration of the exhibition So the Story Goes. Each artist will discuss his or her work, and booksignings will follow each presentation.

    World AIDS Day Programs
    In collaboration with the AIDS Foundation of Chicago, the Art Institute commemorates 25 years of HIV/AIDS with a series of special programs from November 27-December 1.

    Lecture Series: 25 Years of HIV/AIDS
    November 27–December 1, 12:00
    Morton Auditorium

    1979–1989: The Dawning of a Global Health Crisis
    Monday,November 27, at 12:00 Keith Green, writer and activist

    1990–1999: Death and Discovery
    Tuesday, November 28, at 12:00 Sarz Maxwell, medical director, Chicago Recovery Alliance

    2000–2005: An Era of Complacency
    Wednesday,November 29, at 12:00 Joann Montes, minister and activist,, CALOR, Chicago

    2006 and Beyond: The Future of HIV/AIDS
    Thursday, November 30, at 12:00 Craig Bender, photographer

    Commemorating 25 Years of HIV/AIDS on World AIDS Day
    Price Auditorium
    The week’s speakers meet in a panel discussion.

    Film Screening: Fast Trip, Long Drop and Habit
    Friday, December 1, 2:00–4:30
    Fullerton Hall

    Express Talk: Bittersweet: Memory and Loss

    Friday, December 1 at 2:00
    Gallery 100



    Events
    What’s Your Story?
    October 20, 2006, 7:00–10:00
    Join us for this party organized by the Evening Associates. E-mail eveningassociates@artic.edu for more information.

    Gallery Talks
    Curators' Talks
    Tuesday, September 19
    12:00 p.m.

    Friday, September 21
    12:00 p.m.

    Student and Teacher Programs
    University Night
    November 21, 5:30–8:30
    College students and faculty members can enjoy the exhibition for free. With music, food, and more, it’s a great way to relax with friends while you explore the exhibition. Please register for this program by calling (312) 857-5182 or e-mailing unight@artic.edu with your name, school, and email address.


    * Teacher Workshop: Photography: Documenting Daily Life
    Thursday, October 26
    4:00–7:00 p.m.


    Family Programs
    Mini Masters: Families Together
    October 7, 14
    10:30–11:30
    Ages 3–5 with an adult
    Registration is required. Call (312) 857-7161.
    Through playful role-playing and the reading of an illustrated picture book, children will explore some of the ways that families interact. The group will visit the exhibition So the Story Goes to explore the photographs of Tina Barney. Then children will make puppets to act out stories imagined from their experience looking at the photographs.

    Family Workshop: Family Album
    October 7
    2:00–3:30, ages 6–12 with an adult
    Registration is required. Call (312) 857-7161.

    Families will visit the exhibition So the Story Goes to explore the photographs of Tina Barney. Participants will make a mixed media collage that combines drawings of their family members with a photo-collage of an indoor setting.


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