Block Thirty Seven, 3rd floor
108 N. State Street
Chicago, IL 60602
The Chicago Design Museum strives to unite, inform, and inspire. As a resource for the design community and beyond, the museum facilitates an open dialogue about contemporary and historical design through limited-engagement exhibitions, events, public programs, and digital media. We are an adaptable and non-traditional organization that celebrates and shares design excellence.
On 24 September, we hosted Starts/Speculations in Film: Expanding the Design Conversation, a special night of screening a selection of films from the Chicago Film Archives. Each of the chosen films represent an area for future exploration and another avenue for examining of the role of design within our city and our lives. The evening included work by Gary Brown, the Film Group, Goldsholl Design & Film Associates and Rhodes Patterson.
All photos courtesy of Jennifer Yu Photography. Film selection by Exhibition Director Matthew Terdich and Curatorial Committee Member Morgan Walsh with support from the Chicago Film Archives.