April 8, 2020
The Smart Museum of Art at the University of Chicago is a site for rigorous inquiry and exchange that encourages the examination of complex issues through the lens of art objects and artistic practice. Through strong community and scholarly partnerships, the Museum incorporates diverse ideas, identities, and experiences into its exhibitions and collections, academic initiatives, and public programming. The Smart aims at opening the world through art and ideas; it first opened in 1974 and is made free for admission with the support of Smart Partners.
Although The Smart Museum is now temporarily closed due to the Coronavirus, guests can make use of the digital resources offered on their website and experience Smart from home.