Edgar Miller's Glasner Studio Tour

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Enter an incredibly designed, magical home created by artist, designer, and craftsman Edgar Miller during the Chicago Art Renaissance of the 1920s and 30s. Edgar Miller is virtually unknown today but in his prime, he designed and executed hundreds of interior and exterior spaces, installations, sculptures, murals, and more, and he was also one of the earliest pioneers of modern graphic design in advertising. This tour will visit the Rudolph Glasner Studio, Miller's most exquisite and rare gem of art, design, and architecture, "hidden in plain sight" in Chicago's historic Old Town neighborhood.

Public tours of the Glasner Studio, part of a private residential complex, are restricted to the second Saturday of every month, September through May, by reservation only.

Register for a tour here!


Note: Glasner Studio, a private home built in 1928, is inaccessible to those with mobility impairments, and requires the traversing of many stairs. We sincerely apologize for this inconvenience. We are also developing a virtual tour.