A collection of sculptural works, free and open to all.
These sixteen sculptures were gifts to Northwestern University by donors Mary and Leigh Block and other supporters. They are located outdoors and in indoor public spaces around Northwestern’s Arts Circle, as well as in a sculpture garden designed by renowned Chicago architect John Vinci.
You are invited to explore these campus art works and visit the Block Museum of Art—they are free and open to all.
Join our students on an audio walking tour!
1 LOCATE a sculpture of interest by using the corresponding Campus Art Walk Map.
2 DIAL the audio tour number (847) 582-0651.
3 ENTER the object number listed on the map followed by the # key. Enter another sculpture number at any time. For instructions hit the star key. To leave comments about the cell phone tour press 0 #.
Tune into our Sculpture Tour on SoundCloud
Digital Sculpture Map
Campus Art Walk Family Activity Guide
Keep Touring: Northwestern Social Justice Tours
The Block is pround to partner and support Social Justice Tours of Northwestern, a collaborative project of the Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion, the Library, and the Women’s Center. While each tour has its own history of development, aims, and scholarship, in bringing them together Northwestern hopse to accentuate the intersections of those who have worked for equity, justice, and liberation on the campus and beyond.
Continue your walk through campus with one of these experiences.