Exhibit On Display
The School of Communication regularly hosts both student-produced and professional exhibits on a variety of issues related to communication.
Spring 2017 Exhibit
This exhibit features local Chicago designer, artist and screenprinter Josh Davis. He is known for his mixed-media, collage screenprinted posters for bands including Dinosaur Jr., Twin Peaks, Yawn, GOGGS, Thee Oh Sees, Alkaline Trio, and many more. Davis draws his influence from anything from fast food and television to artists like Ron Liberti, Reymond Pettibon, Keith Harring, James Spader, Dean Stockwell, and Dave Sim. You can see more of his work on his website Dead Meat Design.
The School of Communication building is open Monday through Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. for individuals wishing to view the display. You may take a self-guided tour of the exhibit space, which spans the first/lobby floor, as well as the lower level.
Take a look at photos taken opening night on our Flickr page.
Past exhibits include:
- Good Hands. Great Advertising by Allstate Insurance and Leo Burnett Worldwide
- Exploring Virtual Worlds by Philip Mallory Jones, Sina Souza, and Shirley Hunt
- The Chicago Church Project by Loyola University Chicago students
- Working in Chicago by Loyola University Chicago students
- Rust Belt Cities by Jerome De Perlinghi
- Seen/Unseen by Sandro
- Photographs of China’s Underground Catholic Church by Lu Nan
- History of Graffiti by Jim Prigoff