by Brian Callender, Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of Chicago Medical Center
last edited on Tue. September 29 2020
Physician Brian Callender writes about Song Yongping’s series My Parents and the ways in which it illustrates important aspects of care within one of the fundamental relationships of caring: family.
last edited on Tue. July 21 2020
We look forward to welcoming you back to the Smart Museum of Art this summer for a reconfigured presentation of The Allure of Matter: Material Art from China, July 24–August 9, 2020.
last edited on Fri. May 22 2020
Using creativity to fight lead poisoning as part of Toward Common Cause: Art, Social Change, and the MacArthur Fellows Program at 40
by Molly Sun, BS and AB ’20
last edited on Mon. December 9 2019
Naima Green discusses work, leisure, and her photographic portrait series Jewels from the Hinterland in the context of the exhibition Down Time: On the Art of Retreat.
by Daisy Coates, AB ’22
last edited on Thu. December 5 2019
Patric McCoy discusses his series of black-and-white photographs of the Rialto Tap with the student organizers of Down Time: On the Art of Retreat.
by Jad Dahshan, AB ‘21
last edited on Mon. November 11 2019
Jad Dahshan (A.B. ‘21) interviews the artist Gabrielle Sanson (MFA ‘20) on Tensions Unfold, a coloring poster the artist designed for the exhibition Down Time: On The Art of Retreat.
by Leslie Wilson, Smart Museum Curatorial Fellow for Diversity in the Arts
last edited on Thu. October 17 2019
Leslie Wilson reflects on teaching the UChicago art history course 'Exhibition in Practice' and the theme of retreat that is at the heart of the exhibition Down Time.
by Gabrielle Luu, AB’19, AM’19
last edited on Thu. October 10 2019
Learn about the student-designed origins of the exhibition Down Time: On the Art of Retreat in this post written by Gabrielle Luu.
by Nora Lambert, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Curatorial Intern
last edited on Mon. April 29 2019
The first in a series of exhibitions designed by the Feitler Center for Academic Inquiry expands object-centered teaching across all fields and disciplines in the University of Chicago’s celebrated College Core.
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.