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Southwest Community Associates Joint Program: The Rise of Photography and a Season of Art Institute Exhibitions

September 12, 2018
10:45AM3:30PM
Price Auditorium
$75 per person, open to Community Associates members and their guests

Explore a variety of special exhibitions at the Art Institute, as Giovanni Aloi kicks off the event with his lecture, "The Photographic Revolution: From Documentary to Creativity."

Location: Price Auditorium 
Speakers: Giovanni Aloi, and gallery tours led by Erica Warren, Lekha Waitoller, and others
Program capacity: 56
Registration period: Wednesday, August 22, 2018 – Wednesday, September 5, 2018


To register for this program without transportation or lunch, click here


Schedule of the Day:

8:00 Bus departure from Big Lots in Peru, IL
8:30 Bus departure from Farm and Fleet in Ottawa, IL
9:00 Bus departure from Brother's Country Supply in Morris, IL 
10:45 Lecture in Price Auditorium by Giovanni Aloi 
12:00-1:30 Buffet lunch in Chicago Stock Exchange Trading Room
2:00

Gallery Tour. Choose one of the four options noted below, take an audio tour, or visit the exhibitions on your own.

2:45

Gallery Tour. Choose one of four options noted below, take an audio tour, or visit the exhibitions on your own. 

3:30 Buses depart from outside of the Modern Wing on Monroe St. 

To reach the event planner, please contact Debbi Torri at (815) 941-9767 or debroadway3@aol.com

Lunch will be served as a buffet in the Chicago Stock Exchange Trading Room. 

To reach the assistant event planner, please contact Barbara Mueller at (815) 434-5218 or bmueller51@yahoo.com


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 artic.edu/joinnow to join both the Art Institute of Chicago and the Community Associates group of your choice.

Gustave Caillebotte. Paris Street; Rainy Day, 1877. Charles H. and Mary F. S. Worcester Collection.