Art Institute of Chicago and Field Museum prepare to reopen their doors within weeks

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In this Feb. 14, 2013 photo, an attendee checks out Pablo Picasso’s “The Red Armchair” during a media preview for “Picasso and Chicago,” a major exhibition showcasing the works of Picasso at the Art Institute of Chicago. More than 250 works will be on display at the exhibit running Feb. 20-May 12, 2013. The Art Institute was the first museum in the nation to feature Picasso’s work a century ago in 1913. Today’s exhibit features paintings, drawings, works on paper, ceramics and sculptures. (AP Photo/Caryn Rousseau)

Art Institute Executive Director of Public Affairs Kati Murphy and Field Museum Chief Marketing Officer Ray DeThorne join John Williams to talk about what new protocol for planning a visit to their museums, and what the experience will be like once inside.

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