Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago

The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago

The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago has announced that it will offer free admission from its July 24 reopening through the month of August.

According to its website, the MCA normally follows a “pay-what-you-can” policy. “We believe art should be accessible to everyone,” it reads. “No one will be turned away.” The free admission is graciously provided by Northern Trust.

Exhibitions on view at the museum include “The Shape of the Future” through August 16 and “Just Connect” through November 8.

The Museum of Contemporary Art is located at 220 E Chicago Ave. For hours and additional details, click here.

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