Festival Venue: Museum of Contemporary Art

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Festival Venue: Museum of Contemporary Art

The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago is one of the world’s largest museums dedicated to contemporary art. Here, the public can experience the work and ideas of living artists and understand the historical, social, and cultural context of the art of our time.

Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA)

220 E Chicago Ave, Chicago, IL 60611
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Exterior of the Museum of Contemporary art at dusk, a four-story dark grey building with a wide central staircase and two flanking wings with the wletters MCA on each.
View from the second floor balcony looking down onto a large group of people in the main lobby of the Museum of Contemporary Art.

Public Transit & Parking

The stops for the #3, #10, #26, #66, #125, and #157 buses are within 600 feet of the museum, with the stop for the #143, #146, #147, #148, and #151 buses 0.2 miles away.


The wheelchair accessible entrance is located at the corner of North Mies Van Der Roe Way and East Pearson Street.

Single use gender-neutral restrooms are located in the Commons on the second floor, accessible by the north and south elevators.

Screening at the MCA

Thu Oct 12 6:30pm
Two men speak to each other. Framed behind them is a large mirrored structure, reflecting trees and buildings.

ArchitectureDocumentaryWomen in Cinema

Depot – Reflecting Boijmans

Sonia Herman Dolz  |  Netherlands