The Heritage Corridor Community Associates, formed in 1999, includes members from Bureau, Grundy, La Salle, Livingston, and Will counties. Communities along the Heritage Corridor, within proximity of Interstate 80, make up the core of this group's membership.
Many of Heritage Corridor's 127 members live over 100 miles from the Art Institute, yet still participate fully in illustrated art lectures and gallery walks at the Art Institute. The group also organizes local programs and trips to other cultural venues. All programs are coordinated through the Art Institute.
Members reside in the following zip codes: 61350, 61354, 60450, 61356, 60420, 60551, 60435, 61364, 61362, and 61301.
Unless otherwise noted, programs are for Community Associates members only.
(G) Program is for Community Associates members and their guests. (M) Program is for Community Associates members only.
2 days 2 hours ago The Art Institute of Chicago BACK ON VIEW—Jules Breton’s Song of the Lark was considered at one time the most popular painting in America, according to a poll conducted in 1934. It was Eleanor Roosevelt’s favorite work of art and it even saved Bill Murray’s life when he had almost given up. Quite a list of accomplishments!
See it back on view in Gallery 222.
2 days 5 hours ago The Art Institute of Chicago CLOSING SUNDAY—Fashions is Charles Ray’s only film to date and features friend and former student, Frances Stark, who is now a noted artist herself. Projected in 16mm
Screenings—Saturdays and Sundays 1:30 and 3:00