Join us to celebrate the opening of Designing for Change: Chicago Protest Art of the 1960s70s! Our newest exhibition looks at five major social movements of the 1960s and 1970s through the lens of graphic art. The day includes interactive arts-making, expert speakers, guided tours of the exhibition, and more!

Included with general admission. 

Header image: Equal Rights Amendment rally in Civic Center Plaza. ST-15001391-0003, Chicago Sun-Times collection, Chicago History Museum.

i183000_pm Front cover of Chicago Seed, volume 5, number 13, with illustraition of skull wearing Statue of Liberty crown by Karl-Heinz Meschlach, March 1970. Chicago History Museum, ICHi-183000
i183506_pm Silk screen poster depicting group of women holding torches marching through a city. By Estelle Carol, and Chicago Women’s Graphics Collective, Chicago, Illinois, circa 1978. Chicago History Museum, ICHi-183506, Estelle Carol/Chicago Women's Graphics Collective, artist
ST-18001901-0023, Chicago Sun-Times collection, Chicago History Museum Curtis Ellis, owner of a bookstore that specializes in Black literature at 6447 South Cottage Grove Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. ST-18001901-0023, Chicago Sun-Times collection, Chicago History Museum
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