• December 8, 2018, 1:30–3:30 p.m.

Everyone's a Designer/Everyone's Design Opening Reception

Chicago Cultural Center

78 East Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois 60602

Decorative art from the Anderson family's "Pink and White" house in Austin, Chicago. Photo: VAM Studio.

Everyone’s a Designer/Everyone’s Design, produced by Illinois Humanities, is a free traveling museum exhibition that explores and celebrates everyday Chicagoans’ influence on art and design in the city. Travelling across Chicago’s Cultural Centers, the exhibition tells the stories of five people, the homes they’ve made uniquely their own, and the rich design and architectural history of their neighborhoods.

Join Illinois Humanities for the ultimate “house party” as the exhibition reaches its final home, the “People’s Palace,” the Chicago Cultural Center. Add your own personal style to the exhibition through a free family-friendly activity hosted by the Society of Smallness.

This event is free and open to the public. The venue is wheelchair accessible.