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Elmhurst Art Museum

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Elmhurst Art Museum
150 Cottage Hill Avenue
Elmhurst , IL 60126
Venue Type: Museum

Neighborhood:
suburbs



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> CURRENT EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS
June 10th - August 23rd New American Paintings: Midwest Edition at Elmhurst Art Museum
Brandon Anschultz, Robert Josiah Bingaman, Molly Briggs, Daniel Bruggeman, Elijah Burgher, Timothy Callaghan, Terrence Campagna, Lilli Carré, Amy Casey, Diane Christiansen, Alex Bradley Cohen, Anthony B. Creeden, Santiago Cucullu, Ricardo Manuel Díaz, Josh Dihle, David J. Eichenberg, Linda King Ferguson, Curtis Goldstein, Kevin Goodrich, Dan Gunn, Dyani White Hawk, Rachel Hellmann, Sophia Heymans, David Holmes, Valerie Jenkins, Emmett Kerrigan, Cheonae Kim, David Lloyd, Heidi Draley McFall, Ben Murray, Mark Pease, Justin Quinn, Tom Reed, Allison Reimus, John A. Sargent III, Russell Shoemaker, Michael Velliquette, Eddie Villanueva, Seneca Weintraut, Craig Yu
 
> UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS
Sep, 2015 “Lessons from Modernism” architecture exhibition makes first Midwest appearance at Elmhurst Art Museum
Lina Bo Bardi, Le Corbusier, Andrew Santa Lucia, Oscar Niemayer, Jean Prouvé, Paul Rudolph, Frank Lloyd Wright
 
> QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.elmhurstartmuseum.org
EMAIL:  
info@elmhurstartmuseum.org
OPEN HOURS:  
Sunday and Monday - Closed; Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm; Friday FREE 10:00 - 8:00 pm
PHONE:  
630-834-0202
FAX:  
630-834-0234
COST:  
$7.00 Adults; $5.00 Seniors; $5.00 Students with ID
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DESCRIPTION

Exhibiting late 20th and 21st Century American Contemporary Art, EAM offers exhibitions ranging from national touring works to local emerging and mid-career Chicago and Illinois artists.  The AIA award winning building was designed around McCormick House, one of only three Ludwig Mies van der Rohe designed residences.  EAM’s mission is to enrich the lives of its visitors by broadening their knowledge, increasing their sensitivity to the fine arts, and sparking the development of their own creative talents.  Fifteen miles west of Chicago and adjacent to the Metra West train line, the Museum offers public tours, programs, guest lectures, and art classes. 


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