The student, faculty, and alumni achievements and research listed below showcase the best of the Department of Studio Art.
Leah Floyd exhibits new work, Blue is the Longing.
Heather Butler, Ruvini Wijesekera, and Autumn Cormier honored at show opening February 2nd.
Photographer Elizabeth Bick '03 was recently selected as the winner of the Rudin Prize for Emerging Photographers, a nationally-recognized award for photographers on the leading edge of their field but who have not yet had a solo museum exhibition.
Fr. Gregory Waldrop, S.J., will present "Lowlife/Highbrow: Caravaggio, Bernini, and the Art of Baroque Rome."
The trip, partially-sponsored by the Loyola College of Music and Fine Arts, took place Oct. 27-30 and helps both art and design students get a first-hand look at great works of art of the past and present, which may then inform their own art practice.
Loyola Department of Art faculty Karoline Schleh and John Seefeldt have created a new collaborative interactive installation for exhibition at the Alexandria Museum of Art
Benjamin Benus’s essay “The Vienna Method in Amsterdam: Peter Alma’s Office for Pictorial Statistics” in the spring 2016 issue of Design Issues (published by MIT Press)
Professor Mark Grote will be exhibiting his “Sculpture Cakes” at the nationally acclaimed juried exhibition “Artfields” in Lake City, South Carolina from March 23rd to May 2nd 2016.
Each year Art major juniors compete for the Scully grant or the Mark Grote Special Project Grant.
John Seefeldt, Loyola University Assistant Professor of Interactive and New Media at will be exhibiting his new work, "Fragments of Reconstruction and Longing" at the Sculpture Center in Cleveland, OH as part of their Window to Sculpture Emerging Artist 2016 Series.