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Posts by Katie Rahn
Associate Director of Marketing
Sometimes the Art Institute can be a bit overwhelming. And that makes sense—with 1,000,000 square feet of space and over 5,000 works on view at any given time, you might not know where to start. Which is where our new digital interactive...
Today marks the centennial of the National Park Service. 100 years ago today, President Woodrow Wilson signed into law the act that created the agency. And throughout the last century—and even further back—it’s probably no surprise that...
For the sixth year in a row, intrepid art explorer Sophie took time out of her busy summer to tour with me through the galleries. We took a walk through America after the Fall: Painting in the 1930s and as we were headed in, I asked...
The Olympics are upon us and once again, we’ve been swept up by the excitement of the games. Will Simone Biles win her first gold medal? Will Michael Phelps win his last? Will Bob Costas be sidelined by another debilitating eye infection?...
Marsden Hartley was born in Lewiston, Maine in 1877 and although he lived there during his childhood, for the majority of his adult life he resided everywhere from Germany to France to Bermuda to the American Southwest. But for the last...