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Picasso: Painting, Sculpture, Collage
Art historian Jeff Mishur previews The Art Institute of Chicago exhibition “Picasso & Chicago,” which runs Feb. 20-May 12, 2013. This slide lecture provides insights into selected works from Picasso's long career within their historic context, including Chicago’s monumental sculpture in Daley Plaza. A child prodigy, Pablo Picasso turned away from his conservative schooling in Spain and joined the avant-garde in Paris. Throughout his long career Picasso pursued various styles – from realistic to abstract – while maintaining a consistent interest in diverse media and experimental processes.
|Where||Elmhurst Public Library 125 S Prospect Ave, Elmhurst, IL 60126|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||7:00 pm–8:00 pm|
|Who to bring||Singles, College Students, Moms, Dads, Seniors|
More About Elmhurst Public Library
More than 30,000 Elmhurst residents—70 percent of the city—have Elmhurst library cards, which isn't surprising considering how much the library has to offer. From databases for researching genealogy to its video game collection, the library is a popular spot for more than just books. Patrons can access audiobooks, movies, music, research databases, resources for job seekers and a wide range of digital content, including eBooks, eReaders, eMagazines and more.
According to the library's annual report, through April 2012 the facility circulated more than 1.5 million items. More than a half-million visits to the library's website were logged and an average of more than 1,500 people walked through the library's doors each day. The library is a popular meeting space for students as well as businesses, local clubs and organizations.
The coffee shop, named More than Mocha, offers gourmet brewed coffee, espresso, teas and pastries. A drive-up window and outdoor book drops are located near the parking lot on the north side of the building. At the drive-up window, patrons can return and check out materials and renew their library cards.
The library managed a budget of $7 million last fiscal year.