Sept 2017-June 2018
The University of Chicago 2017-2018 Mellon Foundation Sawyer Seminar
Sept 16, 2017-Jan 7, 2018
Make New History focuses on the intersections of art and architecture, historical and contemporary.
April 29, 2017
and May 1, 2017
A multi-day summit taking place at the University of Chicago on April 29 and May 1, 2017, which asks What is an artistic practice of human rights -- conceptually, aesthetically, and pragmatically?
April 6, 2017
The University of Chicago is honoring the legacy of Gwendolyn Brooks—the first African American poet to win the Pulitzer Prize.
Fall 2016–Spring 2017
Third Tuesday Jazz
Chicago Stage at the Logan
...to name just a few!
Fall 2016–Spring 2017
Wolf Vostell's Concrete Traffic (1970) serves as the provocation for a comprehensive suite of exhibitions and interactive public performances, screenings, talks, art workshops, and other happenings.
October 2016–January 2017
Creating artistic platforms for youth responses to living in communities confronting violence
Jun 2-5, 2016
Alumni Weekend: ARTSCAPE invites you to experience the power of the arts on campus through immersive events, performances, exhibitions, and family programming all weekend long.
Feb 17-19, 2016
Celebrated composer Philip Glass, AB'56, will return to campus as a UChicago Presidential Arts Fellow Feb. 17-19, 2016, for a three-day residency featuring a film screening, a public conversation and a concert at Mandel Hall.
Oct 8-15, 2015
A weeklong festival celebrating the work of renowned French film director and visual artist Agnès Varda.
Sep 14–20, 2015
A wide array of UChicago arts organizations and artists showcase their works at the 2015 EXPO CHICAGO at Chicago's Navy Pier.
Fall 2014–Fall 2015
Five innovative UChicago Arts organizations mark major anniversaries during Artennial, a celebration of the long tradition—and future—of artistic excellence at the University of Chicago.
Mar 6–15, 2015
Chicago celebrates German composer Mathias Spahlinger’s 70th year with a 10-day residency and retrospective of his music and thought.
October 18, 2014
Explore new topics in literature, visual arts, linguistics, music, and more at the annual Humanities Day at the University of Chicago.
May 9-11, 2014
A three-day festival showcasing activists, artists, journalists, and scholars influenced and inspired by Studs Terkel’s storied career as a broadcaster, historian, actor, and Pulitzer Prize-winning author.
Feb 13-Jun 15, 2014
A five-month festival featuring over 40 events and exhibitions related to Chinese cultural history at the University of Chicago.