Exhibits

It’s been 50 years since Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, The Grateful Dead and many more artists performed at Woodstock on an August weekend in 1969, but the undying messages of good old-fashioned love and peace …

Art

From Marvel superheroes to political cartoons, comics have been a large part of American culture from the 19th Century to present day. This year, the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures hosted a foreign language …

Art

On the corner of Winthrop and Granville Avenue sits a seemingly normal, old city apartment building. But through the first floor doors lies a hidden gem. String lights run along silver air ducts, shining down …

Art

When people think of art, they often think of paintings, drawings and photography — the Mona Lisa, Starry Night and the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. They think of the Art Institute of Chicago, “The …

Arts & Entertainment

Loyola’s Ralph Arnold Fine Arts Annex (1131 W. Sheridan Road) routinely showcases artistic exhibits behind its broad front window — some of which are more soft and mild-mannered, others punchy, vibrant and thought-provoking. “Transistors” is …

Art

From colorful displays of everyday objects to a sculpture made from buckets of Lake Michigan pebbles, the Ralph Arnold Gallery’s latest collection of student work is anything but predictable.  Out of 75 submissions, 15 Loyola …

Art

Warhol. Picasso. Van Gogh. Da Vinci. These four names aren’t just bonded by their exceptional work in the field of artistry — they’re also all white men. “I can’t even name five artists of color …