Art

A large metal cylinder sits in the corner of the room. Popping open the lid and reaching in, Sarah Ortlieb, the primary instructor at Nodd Pottery, leans down and grabs colorful bowls and cups from …

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Students are packed like sardines on the shuttle. Damen’s endless seating options are all taken. Student life is bustling on Loyola’s campus after 18 months of pandemic-induced isolation, just as student organizations return to hosting …

Art

When Loyola graduate Eric Kessler’s first year of teaching was interrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic, he found comfort in routine walks around his neighborhood. Kessler — who said art has been a hobby of his …

Art

A 3.5-ton, 20-foot sculpture depicting more than 140 migrants and refugees has made its way to Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus — its final stop after a year-long nationwide tour. The traveling art piece — commissioned …

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Surrounded by pale pink walls, knee-high geodes on the floor and a 5-foot-3, 145-pound lavender candle, Amber Stanley sat in the empty shop on a Saturday afternoon. Two storefronts down Diversey Parkway, people roamed in …

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In a year marked by societal upheaval and isolation, local artists CJ Williams and Kristianna Jacques sought to provide levity for the Rogers Park community through artwork. Encompassing an exterior wall of Honeybear Cafe (7036 …

Art

If you live in Rogers Park or are a student at Loyola, you’re likely a part of the neighborhood news Facebook page, where everything from restaurant suggestions to the latest in city politics are shared.  …

Art

The raw and nuanced messages of “BLACK JOY” premiered Oct. 16 on Facebook, tackling a vast array of themes involving the suppression, pride and uncertainty of the Black community. “BLACK JOY” is a symposium of …