VISITING OUR EXHIBITIONS
During exhibitions, the Renaissance Society’s gallery is open Wednesday through Sunday. Exhibitions are free to attend. Visitors may register in advance on Tock.
Saturday and Sundays: 12—6pm
COVID-19 SAFETY POLICIES
As of March 11, the Renaissance Society currently welcomes, but does not require, advance visitor registration on Tock. As a continued health precaution, masking will continue to be required for all visitors.
Thank you for working with us to keep each other safe!
The health of our guests and employees is our highest priority. All Renaissance Society policies are in accordance with the current guidelines set forth by University of Chicago’s GoForward manual in accordance with the CDC safety guidelines.
Masks: proper face coverings are required for all guests throughout their visit to the Renaissance Society and the University of Chicago campus buildings.
Self monitoring: All guests are expected to self-monitor for symptoms and stay home if have they have potentially been exposed to COVID-19 or have had any symptoms.
Guests who do not comply with these regulations will be asked to leave the building and campus.
At this time, coat check is not available.
The Renaissance Society gallery is located on the fourth floor of Cobb Hall, reachable by elevator. The campus quadrangle entrance requires a few stairs so we recommend entering from the door at the south-east corner of the building, which has a sidewalk level platform lift.
One gender-neutral, wheelchair-accessible restroom is available on every floor. Service animals are welcome, and large-print gallery texts and portable seating are available upon request at the front desk.
Please contact us with any accessibility inquiries or requests for accommodation: 773 702 8670 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Physical accessibility details for off-site event spaces may vary according to the venue. Please check individual event pages on our website for specifics.
Other institutions presenting contemporary visual art near the Renaissance Society include: the Smart Museum of Art, the Neubauer Collegium, the Logan Center for the Arts, Arts Incubator, Hyde Park Art Center, and Stony Island Arts Bank.