Past Programs & Events

Friday, May 2

Spring Fever with John Moulder

Put some spring in your step and celebrate the season with popular Chicago guitarist and composer John Moulder. > Read more

Tuesday, April 22

Through the Lens: Photographing Tiffany

Join photographer John Faier as he shares his unique insights and the techniques he used to illuminate the work of the Louis Comfort Tiffany. > Read more

Thursday, April 17

Nickerson Lecture: The First American Skyscrapers

Perennial rivals Chicago and New York are noted for their majestic skylines, first defined in the 19th century. Its island location encouraged Manhattan architects to build vertically. The Great Chicago Fire of 1871 drew established and aspiring architects to a city that required complete rebuilding. > Read more

Sunday, April 13

Rescuing the Flamingos

Louis Comfort Tiffany originally designed the “Feeding the Flamingos” window as an exhibition piece for the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and considered it one of his most important works. Mr. Venturella will share the restoration of the window and how previous repairs were rectified in preparation for display at the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art in Winter Park, Florida. > Read more

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