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Community Associates Program—Lecture Only: "Renegades—War and Politics"

November 7, 2018
Morton Auditorium
$25 per person, open to Community Associates members and their guests

Sam Anderson-Ramos is an art critic and writer whose essays and art criticism have appeared in numerous venues both digitally and in print. The title of his lecture is "Renegades: War and Politics in Art." War, like art, has been a constant in human history. Explore the ways in which the politics of violence and power have intersected with the ideals and ambitions of great artists, then and now.

Location: Morton Auditorium 
Speakers: Sam Anderson-Ramos
Program capacity: 56
Registration period: Wednesday, October 17, 2018–Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Schedule of the Day:

10:45-11:45 Lecture in Morton Auditorium by Sam Anderson-Ramos


This Community Associates event is exclusively for current Community Associates members. Membership will be verified at the door, and refunds cannot be issued for those without a valid membership. For Community Associates events that allow guests, nonmember guests must be registered by a Community Associates member. If you are interested in becoming a member of Community Associates, please visit to join both the Art Institute of Chicago and the Community Associates group of your choice.

Frederic Remington. The Advance-Guard, or The Military Sacrifice (The Ambush), 1890. George F. Harding Collection.