Our Children’s Museum of Art and Social Justice (CMASJ) is a critical piece of the arts programming at KIPP Chicago.
The museum offers a meaningful curriculum for our visual arts teachers and provides a space for students, families, staff, and the larger Chicago community to engage in critical discourse around topics of social justice.
By partnering with CMASJ and KIPP Chicago, individuals like you are making a difference in changing the lives of Chicago’s hardest-working students, proving what is possible in public education, and setting an example for thousands more.
If you are looking to support CMASJ and arts programming directly, please contact Milton Rodriguez at email@example.com.
Admission is free for all ages. Donations are gladly accepted.
Monday – Friday | 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Saturday – Sunday | By appointment only
Every second Friday of the month
6:00 to 10:00 PM
Located in the Pilsen Neighborhood on the southern border of the historic Chicago Arts District.
A one-hour tour includes a conversation around each art exhibit, a short video, and an activist button-making activity. We are a small, one-room museum inside the KIPP Chicago regional office, so we can only accommodate groups of 25 people or fewer. Students in grades K-12 are welcome! Email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a tour.