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AP Artists Present Work at Evanston Art Center

Loyola Academy’s AP Studio Art and Design Exhibition, now in its tenth year, is an annual celebration of student work in the visual arts held at the Evanston Art Center (EAC). Many of the students exhibiting work in the show have been in art courses at Loyola for two to four years and come from the following disciplines: studio (drawing, painting), graphics, photography and architecture. The opportunity to present in a professional gallery is a unique and valuable experience for students.
“Presenting and discussing their work builds real-world skills,” says Visual Arts Department Chair Colleen Aufderheide. “Through the process, students develop as independent thinkers who can communicate comfortably with others about their ideas and creativity. As Jesuit learners, they are strengthening their abilities to lead and serve in a diverse world.”  

Twelve Ramblers participated in this year’s exhibit, which opened at the EAC on Thursday, February 18. To keep gallery staff and visitors safe, reservations were required to visit the gallery. Each student carefully created and curated a body of artistic work which thoughtfully investigated a personal interest. 

Congratulations to the following student-artists:

Elijah Christensen '21
Maya Ginn '21
Adam Gombac '22
Eion Hogg '21
Eleanor Jackson '21
Anna Lestingi '21
Chris Loucks '21
Lily McManamy '21
Maeve McNulty '21
Julia Petrozzi '21
Nora Sipchen '21
Mhairi Wardrop '21

To view a highlights video, including exclusive artist interviews, click here
    • 2021 AP Art Show Highlights

      AP Art Show Highlights

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