University of Chicago Arts

David Giordano, Snowflakes, symbol, 2014. Courtesy the artist.
February 5, 2014

Rebecca Morris
Monday, February 10, 5pm
The Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts, room 901, 915 East 60th Street

Barry Schwabsky
Tuesday, February 11, 12:30pm
The Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts, room 801, 915 East 60th Street

Jessica Stockholder- College Art Associations Conference Keynote Address
Wednesday, February 12, 5:30pm
Hilton Chicago’s Grand Ballroom, 720 South Michigan Avenue
For more information please visit:
*Free and open to the public*

At the Threshold
Thursday, February 13, 5–7:30pm
Smart Museum of Art, 5550 South Greenwood Avenue
Creative social hour launches Envisioning China festival

Valentine’s Day
Friday, February 14

Winter Contemporary Art Soirée
Saturday, February 15, 5:30pm–late
featuring a performance by Karl Holmqvist, participating artist in The Fifth Dimension
The Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts, Café Logan (1st floor), 915 East 60th Street

Lisa Lee, University of Chicago Harper-Schmidt Fellow, discusses Nora Schulz’s exhibition at The Renaissance Society
Sunday, February 16, 3pm
The Renaissance Society, 5811 South Ellis Avenue, 4th floor

Lili Reynaud Dewar, participating artist in The Fifth Dimension
Monday, February 17, 5pm
The Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts, room 801, 915 East 60th Street

William Pope.L: conversation and screening of The Long White Cloud
Monday, February 24, 7pm
The Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts, room 201, 915 East 60th Street

We would like to extend our warm congratulations to W.J.T Mitchell on receiving the 2014 College Art Association’s Distinguished Teaching of Art History Award.

Please visit the following ongoing exhibitions at The University of Chicago:

Logan Center Gallery:

The Arts Incubator:

The Renaissance Society:

Smart Museum of Art:

Public Transportation to The University of Chicago from 2014 CAA Conference:

The Metra Electric District Line commuter rail runs from the downtown at Van Buren Street Station near the Hilton Chicago and  the Millennium Station   hub at Randolph and Michigan to University Park, IL. Exit at the 55th-56th-57th or 59th/University stops for UChicago. Fares are approximately 3 USD. See for fares, timetables, and other details.

The CTA (Chicago Transit Authority) is Chicago’s public transportation system, offering a large network of buses, elevated trains, and subways around the city. Take the 2, 4, 6, X28 bus from downtown Chicago south toward 55th and Hyde Park or take the Red Line train toward the Garfield/55th stop. Fares are 2.25 USD per ride. See for details.

For more about the Department of Visual Arts at the University of Chicago please visit:

For those interested in the MFA program at The University of Chicago please contact Alison LaTendresse, Associate Director of Programs and Student Affairs in the Department Visual Arts at [email protected]

University of Chicago Arts
February 5, 2014

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