The Architectural Vision Behind the Logan Center for the Arts

The Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts, designed by New York-based architects Tod Williams and Billie Tsien, is a space for UChicago students to realize their creativity and a destination for visiting artists and the public to engage with exhibitions, performances, concerts, and programs. The fluidity of the center stimulates artists from within the community and abroad to think differently, push their creative boundaries, and invigorate their audience.

by The University of Chicago


Categories: Interviews, Public


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