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 …

Exhibits

The newest addition to Chicago’s Northerly Island is officially open to the public. Hundreds gathered in the room where it happens as “Hamilton” creator Lin-Manuel Miranda and scenic designer David Korins cut the ribbon for …

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 …

Exhibits

Loyola fine arts professor Betsy Odom uses her crafting techniques to challenge ideas about gender, sexuality and sports in her exhibit, “Butchcraft.”  More than 20 sculptures are displayed on a 30-foot long shelf at the …

Exhibits

Loyola’s Ralph Arnold Gallery opened its newest exhibition “Bad News” to mild fanfair Thursday, Oct. 18 in the Loyola Fine Arts Annex. “Bad News” is a follow up to the gallery’s previous exhibition, “Good News,” …

Exhibits

In 1989, 500 Chicago Public School (CPS) students got the chance to paint beside renowned pop and graffiti artist, Keith Haring. Together, they created the masterpiece that is The Chicago Mural —  a vibrant, 488 …

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Graduating seniors in the Department of Fine and Performing Arts have their culminating works on display at Loyola’s Lakeshore and Water Tower Campuses. “For[e]ward” opened April 17, and “Let’s Get Lost” opened April 21. The …

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  Loyola art history professor Sarita Heer talks about an exhibit she liked at the Museum of Contemporary Art. The Howardena Pindell exhibit titled “What Remains to be Seen” runs through May 20, 2018.