DePaul University Art Museum (DPAM)
DePaul Art Museum (DPAM) is a world-class museum located in the heart of Lincoln Park on DePaul University’s campus. DPAM is open to the public and presents three to five temporary exhibitions per year with a permanent collection of nearly 4,000 objects with strengths in international modern and contemporary art, particularly highlighting the voices of marginalized artists and communities.
DPAM enriches the university’s commitments to excellence, diversity and social concerns by connecting people through art and ideas that explore the vast range of human experience and expression. We provide an inclusive platform for innovative artistic voices with a program that bridges local and global concerns.
Thru Feb 19:
• A Natural Turn: María Berrío, Joiri Minaya, Rosana Paulino, and Kelly Sinnapah Mary
• Solo(s): Krista Franklin
• Demanding Change, Bearing Witness: Photographs from the Wilson Garling RiseUP! Collection (Virtual only)
Mar 23–Aug 6:
Art for the Future: Artists Call and Central American Solidarities
Image: Solo(s): Krista Franklin (installation detail). Photo by Dabin Ahn
- 935 W Fullerton Ave. Chicago, IL 60614
- W–Th 11–7; F–Su 11–5; M–Tu Closed