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Our yearlong Teacher Institute engages both teachers and artists in dialogue and inquiry to develop and build a contemporary curriculum and collaborative community. Participants receive CPDUs. Vouchers for free parking in the MCA garage are provided pending availability.
Multiple Visit Program
Designed in alignment with English Language Arts Standards, our Multiple Visit Program offers students and teachers, grades 4–6, a chance to debate, discuss, and connect to works of art through a series of visits to the museum. This program uses contemporary art to sharpen students’ critical and creative thinking skills and abilities to engage in collaborative dialogue and inquiry.
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MCA Teacher Advisory Committee
The Teacher Advisory Committee is made up of Chicago-area teachers who work together to create and advise on projects that make connections between contemporary art and other subject areas. The committee is comprised of Chicago Public School teachers, suburban teachers, private school teachers, art teachers, non-art teachers, and MCA Education department staff members.
Troy Authement, Daniel Zizumbo Charter School
Bridget Doherty, Taft High School
William Higgins, Lakeview Elementary School
Marcia LaPorte, Proviso East High School
Marina Lopez, Spry Elementary School
Kristal Pacheco, UNO Major Hector P. Garcia MD Charter High School
Lisa Wax, Whitney Young High School
Matt Winkelman, Lake Zurich High School
Zachary Wisser, Cary-Grove High School
- Untitled, (After Ralph and Louie), by Alexandria EregbuLive Arts Music TalksFree
- Long A black woman sits at a desk in front of two windows filled with blue sky. Her features are barely distinguishable in the shadows of the interior.
- The Way You Look (at me) Tonight Touch Tour–Dance Theater
- Long People seated on a darkened stage watch as a woman using crutches steps on and walks over a man, who lies face down on the ground. Her right foot is planted on his right hand. His left hand reaches forward, toward the camera, while her left foot hovers just above it.