DePaul Art Museum

935 W Fullerton Ave Chicago

Fullerton Red/Brown Line/DePaul Art Museum
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DePaul art museum is located in the heart of Lincoln Park and has a variety of four to nine temporary exhibitions throughout the year, as well as permanent collections that range from modern, contemporary, and minimalistic art. It is open their doors to the public Wednesday through Sunday. You don’t have to be an art guru to enjoy this museum—The museum is unlike any other art museum you’ve seen before and an eye-opening experience.

The museum strives to be an inspiration and connection among everyone, through any form of art. They feature and support Chicago-based artists at any point in their career and help to raise awareness among LGBTQ, Latin American, African Diaspora, Asian Diaspora, women, and other under-recognized groups or issues.

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If you’re looking to make a difference in the art world or at the DePaul Art Museum, you can also donate to them. Your donation goes directly towards exhibitions, permanent collections, public programs, and paid student internships. For other past, current, or future exhibitions, public events, publications, and collections, you can see updates on their website in the link below. The museum also holds public events showcasing the exhibits, holding gallery talks, conducting tours, live art performances, and many more entertaining events.

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