Programs and Events

Elmhurst Art Museum is both an international destination for Mies van
der Rohe scholars and fans and a regional center where people from
Chicago and the western suburbs learn to see and think differently
through the study of the art, architecture and design of our time
explored in the Museum’s year-round courses, public programs and
school outreach.

Programs

Saturday, July 1, 2017 - 1:30pm

Workshop: Portraiture and Photography

Print maker and photographer Benjamin Calvert will be leading an introductory workshop on photographic portraiture in conjunction with our exhibition, The Human Touch. Simply bring a camera-equipped cell phone and your self! Limited space available, please complete this form to RSVP.

Free with museum admission and for Members. 

Tuesday, July 4, 2017 (All day)

Museum Closed- Independence Day

The museum will be closed on July 4th. 

Friday, July 7, 2017 - 5:00pm to 7:00pm

Happy Hour at the Museum

Happy Hour at the Museum
Enjoy 2 complimentary glasses of wine with admission (+21). 

*Not included with free admission

Saturday, July 8, 2017 - 1:30pm

Workshop: Portraiture and Plush

Join teaching artist, Luisa Castellanos in a fiber art workshop based on the current exhibition, The Human Touch. Create your own plush portrait to take home, just bring a photo of yourself for reference. All supplies are included. No sewing experience required. Limited space available, please Complete this form to RSVP.

Free with museum admission and for members.

Monday, July 10, 2017 - 9:30am to 10:30am

Yoga at Elmhurst Art Museum

Instructor: JoAnn Concialdi 
TEENS & ADULTS | $20 

Join us once-a-month in the galleries of the museum, amidst inspiring works of art or overlooking the surrounding vistas of Wilder Park, for a dynamic hatha/vinyasa yoga class. Focusing on the connection of breath with movement, students will flow through sequences of poses and leave class feeling energized, centered, grounded and refreshed. All levels welcome. Bring your own yoga mat and any props you typically use.