The new Hotel Lincoln is a window to the most dynamic part of Chicago's North Side, Lincoln Park.
Like the neighborhood, the hotel is historic yet fresh, fun though eccentric and active but relaxed. It's where the energy of urban life meets 1,200 green acres and Lake Michigan.
How to Make a Rainbow
Jul 25 2013 - Aug 18 2013
7:30 PM - 12:00 AM
Greenhouse Theater Center
2257 N Lincoln
Chicago, IL 60614
The self-taught American artist Joseph Cornell, born in Nyack, New York in 1903, lived most of his life in Queens just outside New York City where he devotedly attended to the needs of his widowed mother and his brother Robert who had cerebral palsy. In the basement workshop of their small home, Cornell created box constructions and collages, drawing from his many interests including astronomy, dance, literature, music, fine art and popular culture, and exploring themes of time, memory, childhood, and the wonders of travel through the imagination.