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Exciting changes are coming to the Ryan Learning Center!

Starting in January, we’ll be transforming the RLC into an even more accessible and inclusive space for all audiences to enjoy creative activities. The new space will debut in late spring 2020. During the construction period, January 6 through March 15, programs for K–12 students and teachers will be limited. To learn more, explore the pages below.

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Art + History

Works of art spark learning in remarkable ways. Explore Art + History, a process for using art as a primary source for historical inquiry.

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“Students saw how works of art from the past and from different cultures can be relevant to their own experiences.”

–Chicago Public School teacher

“Being part of [the American Sources] program I was inspired when I, as a teacher, learned about Train Station and saw it hanging in the gallery of the Art Institute. As a teacher, this is a nice reminder of how exciting it is to be a learner, and I hope my students experience the same sense of awe and fascination and questions when they see the art during their tour at the museum.”

–Chicago Public School teacher

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