The theme for this month’s Intersections is Core Values.
Both people and institutions can have core values—principles that define one’s conduct in the world and relationships with others. This month, we’ll consider two iconic Art Institute artworks and their display in the museum to explore the role of core values in guiding action and aspiration.
In this new interactive lecture series, the Art Institute’s encyclopedic collection serves as a catalyst for conversations about urgent social questions and current events. Come ready to participate and create community through dialogue about art. Educators select featured artworks and post them here in advance of each discussion in order to be responsive to an ever-changing world.
Image: Marc Chagall, America Windows, 1977. A gift of Marc Chagall, the City of Chicago, and the Auxiliary Board of The Art Institute of Chicago, commemorating the American Bicentennial in memory of Mayor Richard J. Daley. © 2017 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris
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