Summer Camp: Passport to Architecture
We'll explore architecture from a bird's eye view as we follow the journey of Speck the Pigeon, in a globe-hopping tour of the world's most iconic buildings. Alongside Speck, students ages 7-11 will become passionate architecture explorers through walking…
Educator Institute: Chicago Skyscrapers: Building Through the Curriculum
This workshop will explore the technology, design, and people behind the city's tall buildings and connect directly to your STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, math) curriculum.
Read and Build: Goodnight, Goodnight Construction Site
Drop in any time between 9am and 12pm to enjoy multiple readings of "Goodnight, Goodnight Construction Site" by Sherri Duskey Rinker. Together we'll learn about the tools and trucks on a construction site and decorate our own take-home hard hats.
Saturday Studio: Site Specific Development
This Saturday Studio will be led by Oak Park Station lead Evan Watson from FitzGerald Associates Architects. Students will be challenged to design and build a series of buildings for a specific site to meet client needs. Students will learn about massing…
Members Only: "100 Things to Do in Chicago" Discussion and Book Signing
Soaring skyscrapers, deep-dish pizza and improv comedy may be what the city is best known for, but they are only the beginning of Chicago's story. Join author and Chicago Architecture Foundation docent Molly Page as she discusses her new book "100 Things…
Design Dialogues: 50 Designers, 50 Ideas, 50 Wards
To create its new exhibition, CAF recently paired 50 local architects and designers with each of Chicago’s 50 wards. Their mission? To identify one speculative design intervention aimed at improving livability in a given ward.
Members Only Exhibition Viewing: 50 Designers, 50 Ideas, 50 Wards
Join us between 4 and 5:30pm for an exclusive look at CAF’s newest exhibition, “50 Designers, 50 Ideas, 50 Wards” featuring guidance from curator and UrbanLab co-founder Martin Felsen and Matt Messner of AtelierME+MR. CAF’s ambitious new exhibition…
Artist Talk at LUMA’s “Community Uprooted: Eminent Domain in the U.S.”
Join Chicago photographer Richard Wasserman at Loyola University Museum of Art for a look at his “Community Uprooted” exhibition, which explores the impact of eminent domain on the lives of Americans across the U.S.
Read and Build: Dreaming Up, A Celebration of Building
Let's celebrate buildings from around the world using studio materials, a variety of building blocks and our imaginations. Drop in any time between 9am and 12pm to enjoy multiple readings of "Dreaming Up: A Celebration of Building" by Christy Hale.