Logan: On Display expands the breadth of visual art available at the Logan Center by utilizing areas throughout the building as exhibition space. Exhibitions from Logan: On Display can be found on the Lower Level, in Café Logan, adorning the Logan Center's felt walls and soaring windows, and more.
The Logan Center worked with Festival of the Arts (FOTA) to create a curated virtual exhibition celebrating the visual artworks created by the FOTA Fellows, artists who have donated their work to the Emergency Fund Auction, and other students at UChicago. Walk around the virtual exhibition and come see the amazing creative works that your peers have been making during the 2020-2021 academic year.
The Logan Center presents this online exhibition* of a collection of MAPS OF FORM made by UChicago composers of the Chicago Center for Contemporary Composition. The drawings and diagrams presented in this exhibition, underscored by video explorations hosted by the composers, illustrate the unique ways each of these composers gives structure to the relationship between a composition's musical materials and its duration and form.
Screen Share Video Gallery is a new venue for screen-based media at the Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts, designed as a way to showcase student work made in various production courses in DoVA, including Video, Animation and On Time & Space.
William Pope.L's Cliff (2012) is a site-specific work, a drawing in vinyl, originally installed as part of the exhibition Wall Text, which closed on February 2, 2013.
A rotating exhibition of Henri Matisse's "Jazz" print series.
Thursday, January 9, 2019
to Friday, March 13, 2020