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AP Artists Present Work at Evanston Art Center

Loyola Academy's AP Studio Art and Design Exhibition, now in its thirteenth 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.
Nine Ramblers participated in this year's exhibit, which opened at the EAC on Thursday, March 7. Each student carefully created and curated a body of artistic work that thoughtfully investigated a personal interest.

Congratulations to the following student artists:

Kendall Chin '24
Matthew Grannan '25
Rachel Kubiak '24
Caitlin Langford '24
Sandrina Madariso '24
Pat McLaughlin '24
Gabriela Nar '24
Thienna Nguyen '24
Hannah Sheehy '24

Rambler Reflections
"I am extremely grateful to have been able to have had the opportunity to have my art displayed at the Evanston Art Center! It was great to be able to see and appreciate not only my own work but also the hard work of my classmates!"— Gabriela Ner '24

"Sharing artwork and my thought process with friends, family, and teacher was a memorable experience and one I enjoyed."— Hannah Sheehy '24

"The process of sharing my work and watching people connect to what I had created was very special to me. It was rewarding seeing all of the work my classmates and I have put in over the year pay off."— Caitlin Langford '24

"Being able to share my artwork and educate others on a topic I am passionate about was a valuable experience I will remember for years to come. I am grateful to have been able to see the work of my peers in the exhibit after they have worked so unbelievably hard this year."— Rachel Kubiak '24

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