Free and open to the public
During the Ming (1368–1644) and Qing (1644–1911) dynasties, opera lay at the heart of Chinese social and ritual life.
Since the mid 1990s, a number of Chinese artists have incorporated the visual vocabulary of Chinese opera into new art forms.
Organized by physicians at the University of Chicago, this exhibition gathers images of the body from a range of historical periods
This collection-based exhibition considers three sets of drawings by three generations of artists associated with Chicago
This immersive exhibition investigates the essential qualities of three-dimensional art across historical and cultural contexts, questioning what it means to be in the presence of an object.
GalleryX is a flexible, open space at the center of the Museum that will serve as a hub for creative discussions and experiences of all sorts during the Smart's 40th anniversary