2017 Chicago Architecture Biennial

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100+ Program PartnersThis month, the Chicago Architecture Biennial announced over 100 program partners who will present public events over the course of the exhibition. Partners include leading educational institutions, cultural non-profit organizations, arts initiatives of the City of Chicago, and museums and galleries across the city. These partners will work the Biennial to develop programs ranging from experimental performances to exhibitions, lectures, tours, and interdisciplinary opportunities to engage with architecture and the city. Learn more.

Signature Education Partnership with the Chicago Architecture FoundationAs the Biennial's Signature Education Partner, The Chicago Architecture Foundation is developing an ambitious initiative for introducing young people to architecture. CAF will host a wide variety of innovative programs downtown and in Chicago’s neighborhoods – including field trips, teen studios, a design competition, and family guide resources – for students from Chicago Public Schools. CAF’s new program also introduces two Community Festival days for families with children ages 6-12 and expands teacher trainings to include the City Colleges of Chicago in order to reach 15,000 young people in 2017. Learn more.In addition to a full calendar of public events, the Biennial’s six Community Anchor Sites will expand the city-wide scope of the Biennial’s programs. Thanks to a generous grant from the Chicago Community Trust, the Beverly Arts Center, the DePaul Museum of Art, the DuSable Museum, the Hyde Park Arts Center, the National Museum of Mexican Art, and the National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts and Culture will stage exhibitions that relate this year’s theme, Make New History, to the unique creative traditions and communities that animate Chicago’s neighborhoods. Learn more.

source:  Chicago Architecture Biennial