Welcome, educators! The Art Institute of Chicago is a rich resource for student experiences and classroom resources that support learning for all developmental ages across all subject areas.
Programs for students engage participants in close looking, thoughtful discussion, and critical thinking with works of art, and connect these experiences with visual art to classroom learning and students’ personal experiences. Explore the diverse experiences we offer for student museum visits, from docent-led tours to hands-on, art-making workshops.
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4 hours 15 min ago The Art Institute of Chicago The sculptures in our American art galleries almost look alive in this photo by @lakes77 #regram
7 hours 26 min ago The Art Institute of Chicago Just in time for the holidays, Doris Lee’s beloved Thanksgiving is back on view in Gallery 263.
Though it’s hard to believe today, this painting caused a storm of controversy when it was first displayed, inspiring in part the formation of the anti-modernist Society for Sanity in Art.
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