News
  • In Conversation with Cole Fellow Amanda Malmstrom

    Art History alum Amanda Malmstrom shares her experience as a Cole Fellow at the Thomas Cole Historic Site in Catskill, NY and on curating the first exhibition of Emily Cole’s botanical artworks.
  • In/Motion is in Full Force for its 5th Anniversary

    The In/Motion International Dance Film Festival never disappoints to bring groundbreaking art to Loyola and this year is better than ever.
  • Telling a human story in My Mañana Comes

    We sat down with senior Ada Göktepe, director of My Mañana Comes, to talk about the connection she has to the story and how she hopes to engage audiences.
  • Puppets in Prague... and Chicago!

    Design Faculty Rachel Healy spent Fall 2017 in Europe researching puppetry while on sabbatical. We sat down with Rachel to talk about her time abroad and how she transferred it to the Loyola classroom and to the Newhart Family Stage for the upcoming production of FAILURE: A LOVE STORY.
  • Fine Arts Alum Featured at the Chicago Cultural Center

    Karolis Usonis is currently featured in Furtive, a three-person exhibition curated by Jennifer Murray, Loyola faculty and Executive Director of Filter Photo, at the Chicago Cultural Center. Usonis presents work alongside Daniel Hojnacki and Krista Wortendyke.
  • Alumnus Philip Dawkins’ work returns to the Loyola Stage in FAILURE: A LOVE STORY

    Dawkins, now a Jeff-Award winning playwright, sat down with us to talk about his time at Loyola as a student, a teacher, and an artist; to reminisce on his graveyard adventures; and to offer advice for aspiring authors.
  • A Look Back: Sarita Smith Childs’ First Semester at Loyola

    Loyola University Chicago’s Dance Program had the honor of welcoming Sarita Smith Childs as the newest member of its dance faculty this year. Click here to read more.
  • Q&A with 2019 Artist-in-Residence Wendel Patrick

    The Department of Fine and Performing Arts is excited to welcome award-winning musician, producer and composer Wendel Patrick as our 2019 Artist-in-Residence this January.
  • In Conversation with MCA Intern

    Senior undergraduate student and Psychology major Jessica Malatia speaks about her experiences as an intern for the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago and gives advice to other students about internships.