Noon-2:00 p.m.

Virtual Guided Tour: Filling in the Blanks: Community Cataloging with the South Side Movie Project, 1–2 p.m.

Join a virtual guided tour of the South Side Home Movie Project’s digital archive and discover new ways of activating and preserving community knowledge through home movies. What year was that parade? What high school band was leading it? Do you recognize that beach? Help SSHMP fill in missing dates, locations, and names, and collect background stories that fill in context. Jog your memories and join our efforts to provide both cultural and geographical reference points in the films, and to collect anecdotes as well as facts.

University Staff

University staff from campus organizations will lead various tours.

Virtual Guided Tour: Filling in the Blanks: Community Cataloging with the South Side Movie Project, 12-1 p.m.

Calling Hyde Parkers and South Siders, past and present: Join a virtual guided tour of the South Side Home Movie Project’s digital archive, and discover new ways of activating and preserving community knowledge through home movies. What year was that parade? What high school band was leading it? Do you recognize that beach? Help SSHMP fill in missing dates, locations, and names, and collect background stories that fill in context. Jog your memories and join our efforts to provide both cultural and geographical reference points in the films, and to collect anecdotes as well as facts.

Guided Tour of "Object Histories" at the Oriental Institute Museum, 1–2 p.m.

Why do I see certain objects at the Oriental Institute? How did the Oriental Institute come to have these objects? And what do they mean? As the Oriental Institute looks ahead to celebrating its first hundred-year anniversary, this tour will look back at how the pieces in the Oriental Institute Museum came to Chicago and came to this museum.

Guided Tour of "Object Histories" at the Oriental Institute Museum, 12-1 p.m.

Why do I see certain objects at the Oriental Institute? How did the Oriental Institute come to have these objects? And what do they mean? As the Oriental Institute looks ahead to celebrating its first hundred-year anniversary, this tour will look back at how the pieces in the Oriental Institute Museum came to Chicago and came to this museum.

Guided Tour of "Jason Dodge" at the Neubauer Collegium Exhibitions

Guided tour of Jason Dodge: Berlin-based artist Jason Dodge returns to Chicago with a site-specific installation conceived specifically for the intimate grandeur of the Neubauer Collegium’s wood-paneled exhibition space. Dodge’s immersive sculptural environment will be activated over the course of the fall courtesy of poet Ishion Hutchinson. Curated by Dieter Roelstraete.