Sunday, March 8, 2009

Great Ad for DePaul Art Museum

I was flipping through TimeOut Chicago magazine today and on the 'museum listings' page, the word DePaul caught my eye! The DePaul Art Museum, it turns out, is listed this week for its 'Reverence Renewed' exhibit--sandwiched between The Chicago History Museum and DuSable Museum of African American History. Also on the page: the Adler Planetarium, the Field Museum and the Museum of Science and Industry. 

Not bad, DePaul!

Even neater, the listing has an asterisk next too it, denoting that it is 'recommended' by TimeOut Chicago.  I don't know who was responsible for getting that listing in the magazine, but great job! This form of advertising could potentially attract a lot more visitors. I'm almost never on the Lincoln Park campus, but I'm in the Loop all the time and never see ads for art exhibits. 

I checked into this exhibit online after reading the TimeOut blurb. Here is the link to the site for 'Reverence Renewed', which is really informative if you are interested in art or the exhibit itself.  It even includes a slideshow of some of the art if you don't have time to make it over to the museum. 

The art museum is located in the library on the Lincoln Park campus (corner of Fullerton and Kenmore) and the exhibit is completely free. 


  1. Also, check out this interview with Museum Director Louise Lincoln!

  2. It has some great exhibits and one should def. see it before they graduate...