A multidisciplinary home for the arts at the University of Chicago

Programs & Events

The Logan Center presents concerts, exhibitions, performances, programs, and more from world class, emerging, local, and student artists.

View our calendar of events for a full list of programs, many of which are free and open to the public.

Public Spaces

Public spaces are accessible to anyone during public hours, and we offer public and group tours.

  • Café Logan offers an eclectic menu, coffee from local roasters Counter Culture, and wine and craft beer
  • Logan Center Exhibitions presents contemporary art programming at the Logan Center Gallery and throughout the building
  • Our courtyard, third-floor outdoor mezzanine, and two elevated lounges are comfortable spaces for studying and socializing
  • Exhibition, performance, and screening spaces hold programs throughout the year. Most are open to the public, and many are free. View the calendar of events to see what is coming up.

The Logan Center is easily accessible by car, bike, or public transit. Learn more about directions and transportation to the Logan Center.


The Logan Center offers many resources for the public and UChicago faculty, staff, and students.

Get Involved

Join us for events, exhibitions, and performances. Like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, and visit our calendar for the latest info on what's happening at the Logan Center.


915 E 60th Street
Chicago, IL 60637



Mon-Sat, 8 am–10 pm
Sun, 11 am-9 pm
UCID card access outside of these hours only for Logan-based faculty, staff, and MFA students with studios, or via special permission. Hours will be extended for special events as needed.

Logan Media Center

MonFri, 9 am–8 pm
Sat, 10 am–4 pm
Sun, 4 pm–8 pm


Mon, Closed
Tue–Sat, 9 am–8 pm
Sun, 11 am–8 pm

Box Office

Tue–Sat 12 pm–6 pm
Sun–Mon Closed

Café Logan (Academic Quarter)

Mon–Fri, 9 am–8 pm
Sat–Sun, noon–8 pm

Café Logan (Spring Break)

March 22: 12 pm-5 pm
March 23: Closed
March 24-28: 9 am-2 pm
March 29-30: Closed


773.702.ARTS (2787)


Architects Tod Williams and Billie Tsien discuss the design for the Logan Center.