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The Art Institute of Chicago: Curious Corner

Find a menu of animated tales and interactive games at the Curious Corner
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Find a menu of animated tales and interactive games at the Curious Corner, where learners go to uncover curiosities about art. Play with shapes, textures, and sounds, make masks, portraits, and found-object assemblages, or read stories about dragons, Hindu gods, and birds.

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