The Rockford Art Museum Collection is featured in a new long-term exhibition, Tiger, Calf, Bird, at the University Club of Chicago in downtown Chicago.
Several paintings, prints, drawings, photographs and mixed media pieces are on view, including work by Thornton Dial, Lonnie Holley, Thomas Hart Benton, Jacob Lawrence, Martyl, Benjamin Perkins, Jason Salavon, Mose Tolliver, Nick Tomasic, Geoff Winningham—and Jacqueline Moses, concurrently exhibiting in Rockford Art Museum’s new exhibition, Dwellings (through Jan. 27 at RAM, 711 N. Main St., Rockford).
During the opening festivities for this creative collaboration, Rockford Art Museum Curator Carrie Johnson and University Club Director of Collections George William Price gave a luncheon lecture on the exhibition to Club members and guests. Tiger, Calf, Bird opened Nov. 8 and will remain on view at the University Club of Chicago through 2019. Learn more at ucco.com.
About the University Club of Chicago: Established in 1887 by university graduates who wanted a place where they could enjoy intellectual pursuits, the University Club of Chicago fosters an appreciation of literature and the arts. Located at 76 E. Monroe St., Chicago. Learn about the Club’s art collection at art.ucco.com.
About Rockford Art Museum: Founded in 1913, Rockford Art Museum exists to enrich the quality of life in the Rockford region through art collection, exhibitions and education. RAM is located inside Riverfront Museum Park at 711 North Main Street in downtown Rockford, Illinois. Learn more at rockfordartmuseum.org.