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DePaul Art Museum

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935 W. Fullerton Ave.
Chicago, IL 60614

DePaul Art Museum (DPAM) enriches DePaul University’s commitments to innovation, diversity and education through the interdisciplinary lens of art. The museum is a dynamic, inclusive space for art and ideas to connect people across local, national and international communities. The museum’s exhibitions, public programs, and permanent collection advance knowledge and understanding in a global society.

DPAM’s purpose is to connect people through art and ideas that explore the vast range of human experience and expression. We provide an inclusive platform for innovative artistic voices with a program that bridges local and global concerns.

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