Arts & Entertainment

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, The Phoenix halted the creation of a print edition, and thus, print production nights are sidelined for the time being. To fill the hole in Phoenix editors’ Tuesday nights — …

Arts & Entertainment

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic — which now has nearly 7,000 confirmed cases in Illinois as of publication — almost everyone is facing some kind of hardship. Artists, in particular, have been hit …

Arts & Entertainment

In the midst of a continuously developing coronavirus pandemic that has uprooted students worldwide from their daily routines, Loyola’s Department of Fine and Performing Arts (DFPA) decided to restrict students’ studio access and cancel or …

Arts & Entertainment

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For the first time, Loyola’s Department of Fine and Performing Arts will be holding FNARFEST, a celebration of art-making at Loyola, which will take place in the Ralph Arnold Gallery (1131 W. Sheridan Road) from …

Art

A drawing by Loyola senior Keyana Scott recently greeted visitors in the Damen Student Center on Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus. The all-black sketch lets the viewer envision themselves in the piece, as thin black lines …

Arts & Entertainment

Long, soft pink and red brush strokes blend together to create a man playing a seperewa — a stringed African instrument. Deep blues and blacks cast a somber shadow upon his hands and face, creating …

Art

Local artist documents 30 years of the neighborhood in black & white photos. Like any part of the city, Rogers Park has seen a wave of change over the years — many places that were …