Established in 1997, the Roger Brown Study Collection (RBSC) is a special collection of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago that exists as an artists’ study collection and archive, preserved intact in a historic house museum setting. Located off campus in artist and SAIC alumnus Roger Brown’s former home, an 1888 storefront building at 1926 North Halsted Street, the RBSC is an intimate collection with an astonishing range of objects, including works by Chicago Imagists and other contemporary artists, self-taught artists, folk and tribal art from many cultures, objects from material and popular culture, costumes, textiles, furniture, travel souvenirs, and other things Brown surrounded himself with for artistic inspiration.
This flickr page is managed by RBSC Assistant Curator James Connolly
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- September 2010
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