Tour: Seeing Red

Saturday, Oct 22, 2022 3 – 4 pm

The University of Chicago
5550 S. Greenwood
Chicago, IL 60637

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Smart Museum of Art, 5550 S. Greenwood Avenue

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As the autumn leaves begin changing colors it’s pretty easy to see delightful shades of red along your path. Though red is most often associated with warmth and love, red also can signal anger, danger, and debt. 

Join Smart Museum Lead Museum Educators for a guided inquiry based tour and discussion in the exhibition Monochrome Multitudes. Together, explore five selected works from the show which may not necessarily all be red in color but are sure to make you see red, in one way or another. 

FREE, open to the public. Mature themes and images will be on view and in conversation—suggested for adult audiences.



Monochrome Multitudes