Built in 1897 as Chicago’s Central Library building, it was converted in 1977 to an Arts & Culture Center with more than 1,000 programs and exhibitions covering a wide range of the performing, visual and literary arts. Today it serves as the official reception venue for the Mayor of Chicago to welcome Presidents, royalty, diplomats,
and community leaders.
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