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Description

The MCA's diverse programs bring artists and audiences together to exchange ideas, share creative experiences, and explore contemporary art and culture.

Schools

Children and artist guide in MCA gallery with art

Students explore the creative process, develop critical thinking skills, and make relevant connections between their lives and the art of our time.

Teens

A group of ten Chicago teens jump excitedly outside, each of them wearing a 21Minus shirt.

We invite teens to learn about art, the world, and themselves in the company of like-minded peers.

Families

A large group of children and adults gather around a freestanding doorway-like sculpture in a brightly lit gallery space.

The MCA offers experiences that redefine the way that kids and families explore and create art together.

Library

Archival boxes and books are displayed on shelves, behind red chairs and red carpet in the library the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago

The Library and Archives collection keeps the MCA's history alive and makes it accessible to researchers and MCA staff alike.

Facts and Figures

A blue line graph has four points and is titled "From 2012–15."

Number of CPS students given free tours

Funding

Learning and Public Programs at the Museum of Contemporary Art are made possible through the generous support of the Hulda B. & Maurice L. Rothschild Foundation, The Marshall Frankel Foundation, The William Randolph Hearst Foundations, and Friends of Edwin A. Bergman Fund.