Arts in the Loop
We want to tell the story of the important role the arts play in Chicago’s Loop experience, and your voice is a valuable part of shaping that story. By taking a few minutes to complete our anonymous survey, you will help us gather essential information about the economic impact and social value of arts: theater, music, dance, museums, galleries, historic sites, and more in the Loop.
As a thank you, you will be entered to win an amazing giveaway from our arts and cultural partners in the Loop. Drawings will be held on November 15, December 15 and January 15, and each month will feature different packages offering a variety of experiences. Our giveaway for November 15th is featured below.
Our next drawing will be held on November 15, 2017. Complete our survey for the chance to win the prize package below!
Don’t let the cold weather deter you from admiring Chicago’s stunning architecture! Hop aboard Big Bus for the Chicago Architecture Foundation’s Holiday Lights tour and take in panoramic views of the skyline through a clear top shielding you from the elements. Hear the stories of great architects and leaders who played key roles in shaping the city while marveling at beautifully illuminated buildings and thousands of twinkling holiday lights along Michigan Avenue.
The Art Institute of Chicago, one of the most beloved and important museums in the world, houses an extraordinary collection of objects from diverse places, cultures, and time periods. This beautiful catalogue opens the doors of the museum to readers, presenting an expansive selection of painted works from around the globe, introduced insightfully by James Rondeau, president and director of the Art Institute.
Beautiful tells the inspiring true story of King’s remarkable rise to stardom, from being part of a hit songwriting team with her husband Gerry Goffin, to her relationship with fellow writers and best friends Cynthia Weil and Barry Mann, to becoming one of the most successful solo acts in popular music history. Photo credit: James Clow (“Don Kirshner”), Andrew Brewer (“Gerry Goffin”), Sarah Bockel (“Carole King”), Jacob Heimer (“Barry Mann”) and Sarah Goeke (“Cynthia Weil”).