Art Hidden in Plain Sight (Past)

Saturday, December 4, 2021, 11:00 a.m. at the Museum

One of the world’s most remarkable outdoor art treasures lies hidden in plain sight along Chicago’s Lake Michigan waterfront: carvings in the old limestone revetments that line much of the lakeshore. William Swislow has documented thousands of revetment carvings. He’ll show examples of this art underfoot, tell its story, and discuss the carvers who made it.

The event is free, but attendance is limited to 25, so reservations are required. Click here for more information.