Thanksgiving Closure

The Arts Club of Chicago will be closed Wednesday, November 24th through Saturday, November 27th for the Thanksgiving holiday.

Regular gallery hours will resume on Tuesday, November 30th

Image Credit: ‘Still Life with Cheese’, by Floris van Dijck, c. 1615

Posted November 22, 2021

Flutronix featured in WBEZ


Musical duo Flutronix, featuring flutists Nathalie Joachim and Allison Loggins-Hull, presented a new work at The Arts Club, a co-commission between The Arts Club of Chicago and the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.

Listen to the the full conversation here.

Posted October 29, 2021

Event: Artist Hannah Levy with Janine Mileaf

Event Date: December 8
Time: 6:00 pm
Location: The Arts Club of Chicago

Register here.

Register for the virtual option here.

Artist Hannah Levy in Conversation with Janine Mileaf

Program 6:00 pm

With work that has caused reviewers to “shudder,” Hannah Levy comes to Chicago to discuss her current exhibition Surplus Tension with Executive Director and Chief Curator Janine Mileaf. Exquisite and intricately crafted, yet edgy and transgressive, Levy’s sculpture exists between design and desire. Attendees of the conversation will receive gratis copies of the newly available exhibition catalogue. Hope to see you there!

Please note that we require a proof of vaccination or a recent (within 48 hours) negative COVID test to enter the building. While in the building, visitors are required to wear a snug-fitting mask over the nose and mouth.

Free and Open to the Public

Posted October 25, 2021

Artist Tim Youd featured in Third Coast Review




Artist Tim Youd, who previous typed Shewin Anderson’s Winesburg, Ohio was featured in the Third Coast Review. In the article, Youd discusses his 100 Novels project with the Newberry Library.


Read the full article here.



Posted October 14, 2021

Exhibition Opening – Hannah Levy: Surplus Tension

This event has passed.

In her first solo institutional exhibition, New York-based sculptor Hannah Levy brings to The Arts Club new works fashioned of carved steel and silicone that explore the underside of the mid-century aesthetic. Paying attention to points of contact with the building, Levy suspends and balances suggestive forms that point at once to corporeality and design. Each work relates to familiar objects, but subverts or exaggerates their qualities to bring a new reading, or perhaps one that has been lurking all along. We plan to fête Levy in person with a public reception and sincerely hope to see you there!

To enter the in-person event, please be prepared to present an official COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card certifying that you have received a vaccination (photo of card or proof of vaccination is acceptable) or official documentation of a negative PCR test result.

Audience is required to wear a snug-fitting mask or facial covering over the nose and mouth for the duration of the program.



Posted September 20, 2021