DARKROOM 2018

610 S. Michigan Ave.

DARKROOM 2018

DARKROOM

Thursday, March 1
5:30 – 6:30 p.m., VIP Reception
6:30 – 9 p.m., Benefit Auction and Party
Venue Six10
610 S. Michigan Ave.

Join the MoCP for our annual benefit auction. Enjoy music, hors d’oeuvres, drinks and an auction featuring works by celebrated contemporary artists, including work by Ai Weiwei, Dawoud Bey, and more. All proceeds raised at this event will support essential MoCP exhibition, education, and community engagement programs in 2018. Tickets start at $150. More information here.

Past Events

Teen Night: CPS Lives

Teen Night: CPS Lives

Teen Night: CPS Lives

MoCP

Chicago teens are invited to engage in creative interactive workshops and reflect on themes of the exhibitions. This event is organized in partnership with CPS ...

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Photos at Noon: Approaches to Documentary

Photos at Noon: Approaches to Documentary

Photos at Noon: Approaches to Documentary

Museum of Contemporary Photography

Get to know the museum's collection with a series of public print viewings. The MoCP's curator of academic programs and collections will lead a mini-course ...

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Tonika Johnson: Folded Map

Tonika Johnson: Folded Map

Tonika Johnson: Folded Map

MoCP

In conjunction with Columbia College Chicago’s Manifest Urban Arts Festival, the MoCP will host Columbia alum Tonika Johnson '03 for a one-day presentation of Folded ...

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Lecture in Photography: Rebecca Senf

Lecture in Photography: Rebecca Senf

Lecture in Photography: Rebecca Senf

Ferguson Hall, 600 S. Michigan Ave

Rebecca Senf is the Chief Curator at the Center for Creative Photography and the Norton Family Curator of Photography, a joint appointment between the Center ...

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Chicago Stories: Unpacking Segregation in Chicago, Then and Now

Chicago Stories: Unpacking Segregation in Chicago, Then and Now

Chicago Stories: Unpacking Segregation in Chicago, Then and Now

Conaway Center, 1104 S. Wabash Ave., 1st floor

Join the MoCP for a panel discussion exploring the segregated history of Chicago neighborhoods, in conjunction with the current exhibition Chicago Stories: Recent works by ...

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