Free admission to the Art Institute of Chicago is available to current Illinois educators, including pre-K–12 teachers, teaching artists working in schools, and homeschool parents. Educators can register here to receive a voucher for a complimentary ticket to the museum. This voucher must be presented at one of the museum’s admission counters with a valid educator ID.
A complimentary ticket will not be granted without one of the following forms of acceptable identification:
current school ID
current Illinois Education Association ID card
Teaching Artist Working in Schools
letter on school letterhead indicating that the teaching artist is currently working in an Illinois pre-K–12 school
Illinois homeschool co-op member ID card
Illinois homeschool legal defense association member ID card
12 hours 52 min ago The Art Institute of Chicago #TBT A little visitor finds a new perspective on modern art with Divers on a Yellow Background at the 1953 exhibition Fernand Léger: A Survey of His Art.
1 day 11 hours ago The Art Institute of Chicago ARTicle’s Work of the Week may not be the most famous artwork in the collection, but it certainly has a way of catching visitors’ attention. (The figure in the portrait also draws a lot of celebrity lookalike comparisons.)
Learn more at ARTicle—http://bit.ly/1NUPx09
2 days 8 hours ago The Art Institute of Chicago THURSDAY at 6:00—Join us for our Sign Language Gallery Talk, presented in ASL with voice interpretation. Free to IL residents