Art

Whether Chicagoans are taking a stroll down the trail or riding in the intercampus shuttle down the expressway, they will find Lake Michigan’s shore is home to an array of diverse artwork. The pieces lining …

Art

The sun shines over the Art Institute of Chicago on a brisk Thursday afternoon in April. A teacher announces she is going to be taking attendance to the large group of students huddled around her …

Art

When senior Sohini Thota was 12 years old, her mom handed her a crochet hook and recommended she learn the craft. A few YouTube tutorials and several years later, Thota has turned her artistic passion …

Art

Founded as an artistic outlet during trying times, the Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art (UIMA) stands as a home for creativity and hope for the people of Ukraine and Chicago. Dwelling in the heart of …

Student Life

The Department of Fine and Performing Arts is no stranger to online instruction, having dealt with two and a half virtual semesters between 2020 and 2021. “When the email was sent to everybody, that’s when …

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 …

Arts & Entertainment

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 …