By Leslie Zhu While watching Ferris Bueller’s Day Off recently, I thought about the famous scene at the Art Institute of Chicago (AIC). I wondered, what if the museum launched a social media event called “A Day Off at AIC”? I soon learned that the museum has already recreated the movie scene in a more
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By Jacob Nelson Sabrina Wang has a very specific goal while enrolled as a student in the MSLCE program: she wants to bring her love of museums and marketing together for her dream job. While studying communications and east Asian studies at the University of Southern California, Wang interned at both the campus’ Fisher Museum
By Leslie Zhu Nothing in the Museum is ordinary. On Feb. 24, the MSLCE students were blown away by all the unconventional business strategies of the Art Institute of Chicago (AIC) at a panel held at Rubloff Fellows Lounge in the museum.
By Miya Williams Kelsey Wright is eager to go to school in her own backyard and then remain in Chicago after graduation from the MSCLE program. The Windy City native dreams of teaching art classes and hopes Northwestern will give her the tools necessary to “put [her] dream into action.”
By Zach Hyman You may have seen the buzz all over the Chicago social sphere – Vincent van Gogh is at the Art Institute of Chicago. “Van Gogh’s Bedrooms,” an exhibit featuring the tortured artist’s three interpretations of his chambre in Arles, has run through most of spring and will continue until May 10. In
By Jacob Nelson When Dan Danzig first started out in the art world, he sold art collections to corporations. It’s a unique job for an art curator, in that it involves getting to know the tastes of a large group of executives rather than a small group of museum employees. It takes a sharp sense