TOMORROW—Don’t miss our annual Wreathing of the Lions—a beloved family tradition at the Art Institute—with this year's emcees, members of the Chicago cast of @HamiltonMusical.
— Art Institute (@artinstitutechi) November 23, 2017
Born #OnThisDay in 1864—The famous artist and chronicler of Parisian nightlife Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec depicts many of his friends and favorite entertainers in “At the Moulin Rouge.”
— Art Institute (@artinstitutechi) November 24, 2017
CLOSING SOON—“Tarsila do Amaral: Inventing Modern Art in Brazil”
Tarsila's fresh and uniquely Brazilian perspective influenced art for generations to come. See the artist's first solo show at a major museum in North America—closing January 7.
— Art Institute (@artinstitutechi) December 26, 2017
This Friday! Graphic designer James Goggin presents “Pop Culture Colour Theory,” a body of research on the evocative concept of color, brought to life with a custom soundtrack and multi-screen projection.
— Art Institute (@artinstitutechi) December 13, 2017
These posters, from a series focused on Chicago destinations, celebrate Lake Michigan and Lincoln Park and were created by John Massey in 1966 as part of the Chicago Cultural Communication Project—#NowOnView in Architecture and Design. pic.twitter.com/7o3Cf7wuuu
— Art Institute (@artinstitutechi) December 20, 2017