Greet your business associates, colleagues and friends at The Art Institute of Chicago’s Chicago Stock Exchange Trading Room. The CSE was designed by one of Chicago’s most famous architects, Louis Sullivan, with his partner David Adler. Built in 1893-94, the trading room was the magnificent centerpiece of the 13-story structure. Enjoy the molded plaster capitals, elaborate stenciled decorations and art glass. You also will have access to the famous Impressionists and other exhibits that have made The Art Institute of Chicago what it is today.
An RSVP is not necessary, however you must be registered for Expo (either the trade show or the conference sessions) in order to attend the reception. Only those that have registgered prior to Monday, November 10 will appear on the guest list. We are sorry, but walk-ups will not be accommodated.