From studio, office, and rehearsal spaces, to the historic Studebaker Theater and reimagined Carriage Hall, visit or find your own artistic home at the Fine Arts Building.
Explore performances, exhibits, concerts, and more from creators at the vanguard of artistic expression in Chicago and beyond.
From the 19th century to today, the Fine Arts Building is the heartbeat of arts and culture in America, home to music schools, literary clubs – and social, political, and cultural movements.
Explore the Fine Arts Building and engage with participating tenants to discover fine art, books, musical instruments, classes and more.
Wait Wait… Don't Tell Me! is NPR’s Peabody Award-winning quiz show, leading a rotating panel of comedians, listener contestants, and celebrity guests through a rollicking review of the week's news.
Explore the Fine Arts Building's history with two brand new exhibits on the 5th floor, in celebration of the building's 125th anniversary.
Join the Chicago Architecture Center on a 1-hour tour of the Fine Arts Building and learn about how it grew from a carriage showroom to become one of the nation's most prominent cultural hubs.
Discover the tenants of the Fine Arts Building - musicians, architects, dancers, artists, puppeteers, booksellers, luthiers, and much more - who make this building a home for art in all forms.
Fine Arts Building, 410 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL, USA
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