Loyola University Chicago

Department of Fine and Performing Arts

Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the Department of Fine & Performing Arts is working remotely.  During this time, our preferred method of contact is email.  Please visit the DFPA Faculty and Staff Directory for detailed contact information. For general questions, please email us at dfpa@luc.edu 

News
  • The Ralph Arnold Gallery Pivots in 2020-2021

    Ralph Arnold Gallery Co-Directors Betsy Odom and Lisa Armstrong discuss their new approach to curating Pivot during a pandemic and major social shifts.
  • Faculty

    Mark E. Lococo is Named Chair of the DFPA

    Mark E. Lococo, PhD, outgoing Director of Theatre, was recently named Chair of the Department of Fine and Performing Arts at Loyola University Chicago. His new role begins July 1, 2020.
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  • Artist-in-Residence

    Aram Han Sifuentes Appointed 2020-2021 Artist-In-Residence in the Department of Fine and Performing Arts

    Smithsonian Artist Research Fellow, 3Arts Awardee, and Sustainable Arts Foundation Awardee, Aram Han Sifuentes will be teaching socially engaged art and present Official Unofficial Voting Station: Voting for All Who Legally Can’t in the Ralph Arnold Gallery during her residence at Loyola University Chicago's Department of Fine and Performing Arts.
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  • Alumni

    Theatre Alumnus works at the intersection of performing and cinematic arts

    The Loyola Theatre Program's holistic approach to educating theatre artists forms the foundation of Max Gustafson's (BA, '18) interdisciplinary approach to creative collaboration.
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  • Student Research

    Interdisciplinary Research in Dance and Biology Through Film

    Junior Masha Bandouil facilitates access to learning about biology through movement and moving images during her research fellowship at the Norton and Elaine Sarnoff Center for Jewish Genetics.
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  • Alumni

    Sebastian Agignoae Founds Organization To Serve Displaced Musicians

    Alumnus Sebastian Agigneae activates the transformational power of music for social change by founding the International Orchestra of Refugees.
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  • Faculty

    Loyola Dance Welcomes Raul Casasola

    Loyola Dance Welcomes Raul Casasola of the Joffrey Ballet.
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  • Student

    Music Major Megan DelSignore conducts the Loyola Wind Ensemble

    Megan DelSignore debuts her first compositional work at the Loyola Instrumental Showcase.
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