Family Programs
Cultivate your child's artistic curiosity with free thematic art workshops led by local artists, art organizations, and UChicago students. Families can sample an assortment of activities designed for children aged 2–12 through sessions led by local artists.

Learn more about Family Saturdays.

Youth and Adult Education

·      Logan Center School Matinees

·      Youth and Adult Summer Classes

·      Youth Music Programs

Partnership Opportunities
The mission of the Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts is to advance arts practice, inquiry, and presentation at the University of Chicago, and to foster meaningful collaboration and cultural engagement at the university, on the South Side, and in the city of Chicago. A critical component of our mission is thoughtful community arts engagement.  In that spirit, the Logan Center works with community organizations to co-sponsor and host events throughout the year.

Partnership is a key component of our diverse programming. The Logan Center is proud to be a platform for a wide range of partners who represent the rich cultural history and vitality of the city of Chicago, and especially the South Side. 

Becoming a Partner
The Logan Center for the Arts is excited to announce the Community Arts Partner application for the 2018-19 year. We are seeking proposals from arts organizations in a variety of genres including dance, music, film, and media. Interested arts organizations must be a 501c3 and have a experience with developing and implementing programming.

Partners are accepted through an application process and interview. Successful partnerships involve organizations with a history of artistic programming and a strong audience base. Partners are expected to contribute to community engagement efforts at the Logan Center through shared programming, which may include workshops, classes, performances, and other activities.

Logan Center partners receive:

·  Reduced rental rates for select programs

·  Support from Logan Center marketing and communications, community engagement, and operations teams

·  Access to a community of partnering organization

Applications will be available in January 2019 for the 2019-20 Academic Year.

Who We Are

Emily Hooper Lansana
Associate Director of Arts Engagement | 773.834.3938

Dominique Boyd
Program Coordinator, University and Community Arts Collaborations | 773.702.5146

Fabiola Ramirez
Community Partnerships Manager 

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