Chicago Architecture Biennial

Things to do, Festivals Free
Chicago, 2014.
Photograph: Iwan Baan

Every two years, Chicago becomes the center of the the world of architecture and design during the Chicago Architecture Biennial. Taking place over the course of nearly four months, the programming encompasses exhibitions, installations, forums and more events that explore the state of modern architecture and urbanism.The home base of the Biennial is the Chicago Cultural Center, where attendees can see a series of exhibits, attend Tuesday evening talks in the Claudia Cassidy Theater or watch a movie screening. You can find additional programming all over the city, centered around community anchor sites such as the Beverly Arts Center, the DePaul Art Museum and the DuSable Museum of African American History. There's a lot to see and do, so check out the Biennial's website for a complete list of happenings.

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