last edited on Tue. June 5 2018
Mary Lou Gorno, a business executive and alumna of Chicago Booth who serves as vice-chair of the University of Chicago’s Board of Trustees, has been appointed chair of the Smart Museum of Art’s Board of Governors.
by Anna Carroll, Smart Museum Student Advisory Committee
last edited on Mon. June 4 2018
Student Advisory Committee member Anna Carroll reflects on a visit to artist Kevin Pang’s studio. Pang won the 2018 Art to Live With DoVA MFA Acquisition Award.
last edited on Mon. May 21 2018
UChicago student committee selects 9 new works in a major expansion of the Art to Live With collection
by Alison Gass, Dana Feitler Director
last edited on Thu. April 12 2018
Alison Gass on the Smart Museum’s continued transformations and the questions driving our new exhibitions and collections series, Expanding Narratives.
by Sweet Water Foundation
last edited on Sun. March 11 2018
Amplify workshop led by Sweet Water Foundation connects teachers to international and regenerative project
last edited on Tue. February 13 2018
Smart Museum of Art announces the launch of the Feitler Center for Academic Inquiry, a new center focused on integrating object-driven inquiry into the intellectual fabric of the University of Chicago.
by Kathia Rodriguez, Smart Museum education intern and UChicago class of 2019
last edited on Fri. January 26 2018
Kathia Rodriguez reflects on a night of art and conversation with first-generation college students
last edited on Tue. November 7 2017
Published on the centennial of the Russian Revolution, the catalogue/calendar Revolution Every Day examines how the revolution established a new order of time.
by Zachary Cahill
last edited on Wed. October 25 2017
Artist and curator Zachary Cahill reflects on revolution and Cauleen Smith's If Thoughts Could Heal
by Emmanuel Pratt, 2017–2018 Interpreter in Residence
last edited on Fri. September 15 2017
Emmanuel Pratt writes that The Radical [Re]constructions dinner series is a direct response seeks to cultivate meaningful connections across diverse constituencies and communities to counter the deafening cycle of rhetoric about our city’s ‘chronic urban problems’