Learn from curators, collectors, and distinguished scholars about the past, present, and future of works of art on paper.
Enjoy lectures, exhibition previews, receptions, luncheon seminars, and collectors' workshops in the state-of-the-art Goldman Study Center and the 3,500-square-foot Jean and Steven Goldman Prints and Drawings Galleries in the Richard and Mary L. Gray Wing.
The Print and Drawing Club supports the collection and activities of the Department of Prints and Drawings by presenting programs that foster a deeper appreciation for works of art on paper of all periods and by encouraging private collecting. Members are given a behind-the-scenes look at the workings of one of America's leading print rooms and its internationally renowned collection. Members are also invited on exclusive trips to museum exhibitions, private collections, and art galleries.
Membership in the Print and Drawing Club is open to all members of the Art Institute.
Sponsor $500 Contributing members $250 Family membership $125 annually Individuals $75 Students $25
Membership dues are tax deductible to the fullest extent by law.
3 hours 18 min ago The Art Institute of Chicago #regram @lmpicard's mind-bending Modern Wing photo
Stop by and celebrate the return of our Modern masters after their seven-month absence, featuring all your favorites by #Picasso, #Matisse, and more, as well as masterpieces never before exhibited in the #ModernWing. Now on view!
7 hours 12 min ago The Art Institute of Chicago This enigmatic painting was voted most popular at the Carnegie International exhibition in 1950. Though it resists easy interpretation, Peter Blume's The Rock suggests a parable of destruction and reconstruction that probably resonated with many viewers following the widespread destruction of World War II.
If Peter Blume's The Rock is one of your favorite American works of art, share it with the country by voting for it to be displayed on billboards nationwide. #ArtEverywhereUS