For Our Neighbors

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Overlooking Lake Michigan to the east and the historic Water Tower to the west, the MCA is located in the heart of Streeterville. Nestled between two neighborhood parks—Seneca and Lake Shore—we are proud to be an asset to our local community, and we care deeply about being a good neighbor. Below is an overview of information and programs that benefit our neighbors.

Ingri Fiksdal, STATE. Photo © Anders Lindén.
The MCA’s Anne and John Kern Terrace and the sculpture garden, Photo © MCA Chicago.
Kenneth Josephson, Matthew, 1965, 1965. Courtesy of Stephen Daiter Gallery, Chicago.
A band plays under the new, overhead garden installed in our second-floor Commons space. Photo: Tim Tab Studios.

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You Pick 2

This fall, the MCA presents a bold, global, and topical lineup of performances and programs that take place throughout the museum, from the theater to the Commons. Receive 20% off your order when you pick 2 events or more.* Exchanges are free; members receive an additional 10% off.

*Applies to select ticketed events. Please call Box Office at 312-397-4010 for more information.

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Soak Up the Sun

Enjoy all the MCA has to offer outdoors: Join us on Tuesday mornings for the SOAR Farmer's Market, then come back in the evening when jazz musicians take over the Kern Terrace. We also invite you to picnic, sunbathe, and hang out in our backyard—the gate is open during regular museum hours now through the end of the season.

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Celebrating a Chicago Luminary

The MCA is proud to present Picture Fiction: Kenneth Josephson and Contemporary Photography, an exhibition drawn largely from the MCA collection that explores the Chicago-based artist's influence on photography and visual culture at large. The show is organized by MCA chief curator Michael Darling and is on view on the second floor through December 30.

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Tuesday and Friday Evening Programs

Did you know that the MCA offers free public programming every Tuesday and Friday evening? Experience live performances, workshops, talks, and screenings led by Chicago artists in the Commons when the museum is open until 9 pm. Take a look at our calendar to plan your next visit.

An aerial view of the MCA shows the museum in its bustling city surroundings with Lake Michigan in the distance.
Photo: T McDonald Photography @tmcd.chi.

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