The Art Institute of Chicago offers dynamic opportunities for learning about special exhibitions and the museum's collection through gallery talks, lectures, performances, studio programs, and more. These programs serve a broad spectrum of audiences—from first-time visitors to longtime museum members, from college students to seniors—and are designed to enhance your perception and spur your creativity. Many programs are open to all visitors with no advance registration.
8 hours 42 min ago The Art Institute of Chicago The Art Institute has the world's largest collection of Monet’s Stacks of Wheat paintings, and what better way to herald the beginning of fall weather than with this masterpiece depicting the end of an autumn day.
See this and other works by Monet on view in Gallery 243.
11 hours 16 min ago The Art Institute of Chicago THURSDAY at 6:00—Photographer Deana Lawson joins us to discuss her work, currently on view in the Modern Wing.
14 hours 29 min ago The Art Institute of Chicago NOW OPEN—David Adjaye Selects
Born in Tanzania to Ghanian parents, architect David Adjaye is often directly inspired by the rich formal and material innovations of African art and design. See an installation of works in the African art galleries selected by Adjaye, with commentary addressing the architect’s creative interests and processes.