EVENT: MAKE NEW HISTORY, Chicago Architecture Biennial, 16 September 2017 – 7 January 2018

Event: MAKE NEW HISTORY, Chicago Architecture Biennial, 16 September 2017 – 7 January 2018

Chicago Architecture Biennial | Preview Days & Accreditation
‘MAKE NEW HISTORY,’ the second edition of the Biennial will take place from September 16, 2017–January 7, 2018. Professional previews of the Biennial will take place 14-15 September, with additional exciting events throughout the week. As members of the academic and professional community you are encouraged to apply for accreditation now at:  http://chicagoarchitecturebiennial.org/press-and-professional-accreditation/
The Chicago Architecture Biennial provides a platform for groundbreaking architectural projects and spatial experiments that demonstrate how creativity and innovation can transform our lived experience. This year’s edition is led by Artistic Directors, Sharon Johnston and Mark Lee of the Los Angeles–based firm JOHNSTON MARKLEE, who have titled the Biennial ‘MAKE NEW HISTORY,’ a theme that will bring national and international architects, artists and partners to explore the axis between history and modernity, and the axis between architecture and
art. The hub of the 2017 Biennial will once again be the Chicago Cultural Center, located in downtown Chicago, with additional exhibitions and programming across the city and region.
If you would like to inquire about professional group accreditation, please email shawna@suttonpr.com for more information.

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