Festival Venue: Logan Center for the Arts

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Festival Venue: Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts

Located on the University of Chicago campus, the Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts has been showcasing the most innovative arts creators for over ten years. It is a home to theatre, music, film, and visual arts, designed to support and encourage inter-disciplinary projects. The Logan Center also succeeds as a new, highly visible connection between UChicago’s campus and the cultural life of the South Side and greater Chicago.

Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts

915 E 60th St, Chicago, IL 60637
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The exterior of the Logan Center for the arts, a grey building with tall lobby windows and a tower behind it
A busy lobby with a second floor balcony and open staircases with frosted glass walls is lit with warm exterior sunlight.

Public Transit & Parking

The 2 bus has a stop right outside the theater, and the stops for the #59, #4, and #X4 are within 0.2 miles. The Cottage Grove Green Line station is within 0.5 miles of the theater.


Single-use gender-neutral restrooms are located on the Lower Level and 3rd Floor.

Screenings at the Logan Center

Tue Oct 17 7:00pm
A civil rights march. People standing arm in arm and walk in unity.

Black PerspectivesOutLookSpotlight


George C. Wolfe  |  United States

Wed Oct 18 6:00pm

Black PerspectivesDocumentary

Stamped from the Beginning

Roger Ross Williams  |  United States

Thu Oct 19 6:00pm
A man in a dark trench coat stands on a hill overlooking a vast landscape and open sky. A winged statue sits behind him.

DocumentarySpecial Presentation


Wim Wenders  |  Germany