The Hartwell Memorial Window
Where: Art Institute of Chicago, 111 S. Michigan
What: A magnificent stained glass window made by Tiffany Studios in 1917 is now on permanent display at the Art Institute. The Hartwell Memorial Window, attributed to Agnes F. Northrop, Tiffany’s leading landscape window designer, was originally commissioned for a church as the gift of Mary L. Hartwell in memory of her husband Frederick W. Hartwell. It consists of 48 different panels, and is a scenic view of Mount Chocorua, a peak in New Hampshire’s White Mountains. The window, located near the museum’s entrance, is one of the most ambitious landscape window projects produced by Tiffany. Museum admission: $14-$25.
More information: artic.edu
Chicago Cultural Center
When: 11 a.m.-4 p.m. daily
Where: 77 E. Randolph
What: The Loop landmark reopens June 2 with new hours and two new exhibitions: “Jeremiah Hulsebos-Spofford: League of Nations,” which examines power structures and copies through architectural installation and sculpture, and “what flies but never lands,” works that reflect on time in a moments of willful and forced forgetting. Admission is free.
More information: chicagoculturalcenter.org
‘Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel Exhibition’
Where: Oakbrook Center, 2120 Oakbrook Center, Oak Brook
What: For a new perspective on some of the world’s greatest art check out this immersive exhibition showcasing the artist’s renowned ceiling frescos from the Vatican chapel. The reproductions were made using a photographic technique that captures the look and feel of the original paintings. Tickets: $14-$26.60.
More information: sistinechapelexhibit.com/chicago/