Here’s your last chance to catch Chicago’s immersive Van Gogh experience before it closes – NBC Chicago

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Vincent Van Gogh’s immersive Chicago experience has extended its closing date this spring, with its final performances in late May.

“Immersive Van Gogh,” held in Chicago’s Old Town neighborhood, extended its closing date to May 30, though more sporadically available throughout the week.

Tickets are available at vangoghchicago.com or by calling (844) 307-4644. Prices start at $40 and $25 for children 16 and under.

The Sensory Art exhibit at Lighthouse ArtSpace, located at 108 W. Germania Pl., looks at the works of Post-Impressionist artist Vincent Van Gogh.

“Connoisseurs and new admirers of Van Gogh’s work are guaranteed to get a breathtaking perspective on the influential artist’s work. Fusing cutting edge technology, theatrical storytelling, animation and some of the finest art ever created, “Immersive Van Gogh” is a unique and compelling experience that seemingly transports the viewer into the mind of the artist to see these timeless works like never before,” said Corey Ross, co-producer of Immersive ArtSpace.

The exhibit features illuminating spotlights and Van Gogh’s “head-to-toe brushstrokes” with animated details from his renowned artworks including “Self-Portrait with Felt Hat” and “Starry Night.”

The one-hour tour experience includes several additional safety measures such as contactless ticket taking, temperature checks, hand sanitizer stations, and social distancing markers. The venue said all visitors must always wear a mask throughout the exhibition.

From the same producers, a new exhibit featuring the work of Ukrainian artist Taras Shevchenko will be in Chicago for just two days and will donate all proceeds to humanitarian aid in Ukraine.

“Immersive Shevchenko: Soul of Ukraine” premiered at Lighthouse ArtSpace, located at 108 W. Germain Pl., on Tuesday with screenings from 2-9 p.m. The exhibit added additional hours on April 8 from 6-9 p.m.

Tickets are available hereand range from $30 to $90.

When it opened on Tuesday, ticket sales had already raised more than $100,000 for the Red Cross Humanitarian Appeal Fund for Ukraine and the National Bank of Ukraine Fund. Ukraine, organizers said.

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