Wael Ghonim, Feb. 4
The Art Institute of Chicago,
230 S. Columbus Drive
Chicago, IL 60603
Named one of Time Magazine’s 100 most influential people in the world for his involvement in the Egyptian Revolution of 2011, Wael Ghonim will discuss his book Revolution 2.0 with culture critic Julia Keller. Ghonim will share how social media played a pivotal role in Egypt’s populist uprising why he is optimistic for the future.
Tickets for this program are $15
Parking Information: The two closest garages to the Columbus Drive entrance are Millennium Park Parking Garage and East Monroe Parking Garage. Located one block north of the AIC, they are underground and accessed by down ramps on Columbus Dr. They are self-pay garages.
The standard rates vary from $13.00 - $20.00. The museum does not validate any parking tickets.
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Attendees may present their printed ticket at the entrance to the Art Institute to receive $2 off admission to the Art Institute on February 4th. Featured exhibitions include:
Artwork from the Nobel Prize-winning writer who shaped modern India.
The first museum exhibition to show how photography revolutionized contemporary art of the 1960s and 70s.
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