That Belongs in a Museum is a show-and-tell storytelling event in which participants bring in an object of personal value and share its story. Come experience the Chicago Architecture Biennial edition of the show, featuring architects, historians, and educators sharing objects that have inspired them or touched their lives and careers; and everyday people sharing stories of unexpected treasures related to our buildings and cities.

Bar sponsored by Lagunitas and Perrier.

Doors open at 6:00. Program takes place 6:30 - 8 with a brief intermission halfway through. Stick around afterward to chat with the presenters about their objects!

To attend, RSVP Here

Presenters include:
Tim Samuelson, Cultural Historian, City of Chicago
Clare Lyster, architect, educator, writer, and founder of Clare Lyster Urbanism And Architecture
Grant Gibson, architect, CAMESgibson
Romi Crawford, Associate Professor in Visual and Critical Studies and Liberal Arts at SAIC
Kate Hadley Toftness, Collections and Public Engagement Manager, Rebuild Foundation
Eric Bartholomew, author of Junk Drawer
Frank Valadez, Executive Director of Chicago Metro History Fair
Paul Rettig, Documentary Filmmaker

More than 100 participants have shared stories since That Belongs in a Museum began in 2014. To see objects that people have shared in the past, browse through photographs and stories from previous event catalogs in That Belongs in a Museum's online photo archive.