A lover of cinema who has a personal collection of 3,500 movies, artist Leonardo Drew curated this summer film series. Shown in the museum’s open-air courtyard, each film is preceded by live music performed by local musicians. Bring your own seating or rest on Drew’s interactive sculpture installed on the grass. Events will move indoors in the case of inclement weather. Free. Cash bar provided. 7–8:15pm: Live music; 8:15pm: Film screening
A Raisin in the Sun
Preceded by the Summer Lawn Party: Jam Out
A working-class Black family living in Chicago learns they will be receiving a substantial insurance check. Each member of the family begins to dream about what to do with the money.
1961. USA. 132 min. Not Rated. Starring Sidney Poitier, Ruby Dee. Directed by Daniel Petrie.