Loyola seniors display art work at exhibition
Posted by hswidarski on April 24, 2012
Loyola University of Chicago is celebrating graduating fine art seniors by displaying their work in an exhibition at Ralph Arnold Fine Arts Annex from April 30 to August 17.
This gallery is free for all, and open to the public.
Here is more information from Inside Loyola:
The combination of students’ artistic natures and four years of academic nurturing results in an impressive group of promising young professionals-to-be. This summer, graduating students in the Fine Arts program exhibit recent creations in a variety of media: ceramics, painting, drawing, digital prints, photography, jewelry, installation and mixed media. As graduation looms near, students are challenged to create and display an entirely new body of work. Don’t miss this opportunity to celebrate four years of artistic contributions and wish our senior students farewell as they pack up their portfolios and prepare to explore the world of art beyond Loyola’s walls.