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Art Escapes

fall 2005
October 13 November 10 December 8

Fall 2005

Art Escapes
This fall its all about choices Your choices. There will be two different programs each month that you can choose from. Reception starts at 5:00 p.m. in the Millennium Park Room. Program starts at 6:30 p.m. unless noted otherwise.

Art Escapes are educational and social programs that are held at the Art Institute of Chicago 9 to 10 times a year. Hors doeuvres and a cash bar are available during the reception. Art Escapes are FREE for Evening Associates members, $10 for Art Institute members, and $15 for the general public.

Evening Associates please reserve your space by e-mailing or by calling the EA Infoline at 312-443-3710 (and please reference your choice). Non-EA members can buy their ticket through Ticketmaster (online or 312-575-8000) or at the museum (no service charge).

Not currently an Evening Associates member, visit for more information including membership prices and upcoming events.

November 10 Peel, stick, and save the date!

Building Blocks or Comic Books?

Both lectures start promptly at 6:00 p.m. Space is limited to a total of 150 attendees (75 for each presentation).

October 13

Art Escape

History Lesson or Current Events?

History Lesson: 1945: Creativity and Crisis, Chicago Architecture and Design of the World War II Era. View over 80 architectural drawings and models from this time period. Current Events: Tour the contemporary art collection and see the latest Focus exhibition on Michael Asher.


Building Blocks: Join AIA Chicago and the Architecture and Design Society for an arts and architecture lecture presented by Tod Williams and Billie Tsien. Comic Books: Attend a presentation on Roy Lichtenstein at 6:00. Take a guided tour of his works in the museum after the presentation.

Art Escape


December 8

Art Escape

Winter or Warmth?
Winter: Embrace the season by viewing Hiroshige: The Winter Scenes. See Utagawa Hiroshiges interpretation of Japans winter in woodblock prints. Warmth: If you need all the fuel you can get to stay warm, join us as we check out foodinspired artwork.

Cover: Archibald Motley, Jr., Nightlife, 1943. Restricted gift of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Field, Jack and Sandra Guthman, Ben W. Heineman, Ruth Howrich, Lewis and Susan Manilow, Beatrice C. Mayer, Charles A. Meyer, John D. Nicohols, Mr. and Mrs. E.B. Smith Jr.: James W. Alsdorf Memorial Fund; Goodman Endowment.

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