Welcome incoming Fine Arts students! We have compiled a number of resources which you may find helpful as you navigate the process of settling in to your new art home at Loyola. Feel free to browse the items below and download our Fine Arts Orientation Flyer.
To best advise our students, each area is overseen by a lead faculty that will work directly with our majors and minors. For more information on a particular program, please contact the following faculty:
Assistant Professor Kelli Evans: email@example.com
Professor Paula Wisotzki: firstname.lastname@example.org
Studio Art: Drawing, Painting & Printmaking
Advanced Lecturer Rafael Vera: email@example.com
Studio Art: Sculpure & Ceramics
Associate Professor Matt Groves: firstname.lastname@example.org
Studio Art: Photography
Assistant Professor Noritaka Minami: email@example.com
All students are invited to submit work to the annual Student Juried Exhibition including drawing, painting, printmaking, photography, color theory, graphic design, ceramics, sculpture, performance, video, installation, sound work, and any combination thereof. All entries are original works of the student and have been completed in the last year. Awards will be announced during the opening reception. Click here for more information.
There are also a variety of internship opportunities available. Click here for more information about internships.
Interested in attending performances throughout the season? Click here for events and tickets.
Student Juried Show, 2020
Ralph Arnold Gallery
The Ralph Arnold Gallery is part of the Department of Fine and Performing Arts at Loyola. It is named after Ralph Arnold (1928-2006), former Chicago artist and chairman of Loyola's Fine Arts department and its goal is to foster conversations about contemporary art between local artists, students, and the community at large. The gallery presents exhibitions featuring work by Loyola students, as well as local and national artists throughout the academic year. Visit the gallery website for more information about upcoming exhibitions and programs.
Past Tense (installation view)
Student Diversity & Multicultural Affairs
The Department of Student Diversity and Multicultural Affairs (SDMA) at Loyola University Chicago advances the recognition and appreciation of our diverse community, promotes multicultural education across campus, strives to ensure the retention and success of underrepresented students, and fosters a supportive, inclusive environment for all students, faculty and staff.
- LGBTQIA Initiatives
- QUEST (Queer Undergraduates of Empowerment, Support & Triumph)
- STARS (Students Together Are Reaching Success)
- LUCES (Loyola University Chicago Empowering Sisterhood)
- Brothers for Excellence (B4E)
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Students in the Sculpture Studio
Make sure to set up a visit to the Fine Arts department if you would like to learn more about our program and facilities. Note that this is a private tour, separate from the general campus tour. Please be sure to indicate your area(s) of interest: Art History; Sculpture & Ceramics; Drawing, Painting & Printmaking; Photography; or Visual Communication.
Pick up your required supplies and equipment for Fine Arts classes. Required supplies vary depending on the class and professor. Click here for more information.
Remember to register for Freshmen Orientation this summer! Loyola University Chicago Orientation (LUCO) for first-year students is a summer-long online experience comprised of a variety of opportunities to introduce you to academic and student life at Loyola.