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Regional Destinations

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See Quincy

800.978.4748
SeeQuincy.com

Mad for Mid Mod? So are we.

Iconic, swanky, marvelous. MID MOD QUINCY is a self-guided driving tour of 30 premium stops representing soaring commercial & religious structures plus sprawling residential areas. Perfectly paired with Summer Flavor Tours in historic Downtown Quincy.

>Guided Flavor Tours: Saturdays 11a-2p/ June-Aug/ 24-hr reservations

Wormfarm Institute’s Farm/Art DTour

Sauk County, WI
Save the Date for October 1-10, 2022
wormfarminstitute.org
Free

The Farm/Art DTour is an invitation to come to your senses. Take this self-guided drive through fifty miles of scenic roads and see working farm-land punctuated by site-responsive artworks and roadside poetry, hear pasture performances, taste fresh and fermented foods at the Food Chain, support local farm stands, and more.

image: Brenda Baker, Monday is Wash Day, 2015 Farm/Art DTour organized by Wormfarm Institute. Photograph by Eric Baillies

National Museum of Mexican Art

1852 West 19th Street
Chicago, IL 60608
nationalmuseumofmexicanart.org

YO SOY MUSEO  (I Am Museum)
New work by Alberto Aguilar
August 2022 – February 2023

With a series of self-portraits, a wall painting and an installation, this exhibit refers to the artist’s body as a holder of objects and ideas as well as considering the role of the museum and the objects they collect and accumulate.

Photo: 04.10.2020 (Quarantine Regimen), 2020

The Art Center Highland Park

1957 Sheridan Rd
Highland Park, IL 60035
847.432.1888
theartcenterhp.org

TAC is the place to be at in the Summer 2022! A full portfolio of offerings include fabulous EVENTS, thought-provoking ART EXHIBITIONS, PRESENTATIONS on topics ranging from Human Rights to Art, hands-on WORKSHOPS with renown artists, CONCERTS, exciting SUMMER CAMPS and CLASSES for adults and children alike!

Andersonville Chamber of Commerce

5217 N. Clark #3
Chicago, IL 60640
773.728.2995
andersonville.org

Welcome to Andersonville. A neighborhood on Chicago’s north side, Andersonville is known for its Swedish roots, architecture, and bustling business district. Recognized as the “shop local capital of Chicago,” Andersonville supports a large network of local businesses. Andersonville is full of pride and upholds a commitment to equity. Andersonville is for everyone.

Photo by Clayton de la Chapelle 

Jane Addams Hull-House Museum

800 S. Halsted Street
Chicago, IL 60607
(312) 413-5353
hullhousemuseum.org

Jane Addams Hull-House Museum draws upon the legacy of international peace activist and feminist, Jane Addams, and other social reformers who lived and worked alongside their immigrant neighbors to create social change on the Near West Side of Chicago.  The Museum highlights histories of activism, progressive education and democratic principles of participation and exchange, and connects to present-day social justice issues.

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