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  1. Michigan Avenue Entrance: 111 South Michigan Avenue Chicago, IL 60603 Modern Wing Entrance: 159 East Monroe Street Chicago, IL 60603 Email Us: aicshop@artic.edu

  2. Aug 20, 2022 · Home to a collection of art that spans centuries and the globe, the Art Institute of Chicago is located in the heart of the city—and is one of TripAdvisor’s Top US Attractions of 2022. Plan your visit Hours & Admission › Free Admission Opportunities › Directions & Parking ›

  3. The Art Institute of Chicago provides free access to children under 14, Chicago teens under 18, Link and WIC cardholders, and Illinois educators every day, and to Illinois residents on certain days throughout the year. Learn more about free access.

  4. Homepage for the Oriental Institute: a research organization and museum devoted to the study of the ancient Near East. Founded in 1919 by James Henry Breasted, the Institute, a part of the University of Chicago, is an internationally recognized pioneer in the archaeology, philology, and history of early Near Eastern civilizations.

  5. Shop the MCA Store for exclusive designs, like this reusable tote made from 100% recycled materials. Recent Blog Posts. Announcing the D. Daskalopoulos Collection Gift; Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago Announces Appointment of New Curatorial Leadership; Self-Care is Self-Love; River Portraits; Q&A: Artists with Disabilities Discuss the Pandemic

  6. Visit the Chicago Loop BLICK store, located on Randolph Street in heart of Chicago, IL. Shop a wide assortment of art supplies, craft supplies, and unique gift items. We have the greatest selection for professional artists, educators, and students alike – and it’s all available at your area art supply store.

  7. Nubians developed alphabetic writing systems around 200 BC during the Meroitic period. The Meroitic language is still not understood well enough to read more than words and phrases, but much documentation on Meroitic Nubia can be found in the art and literature of Greece and Rome, whose empires touched on the borders of Nubia after 330 BC.

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