Although some people have sailed on for the summer, those of you still in Chicago should stop by the 2013 Senior Exhibition if you haven't already! Featuring work by our recent grads, this exhibition showcases a variety of works from paintings to graphic design Read more
We here at the DFPA would like to extend a big congratulations to our 2013 graduates! You have all accomplished so much during your time here. Go forth and conquer but please don't forget the people who helped you get Read more
Before you know it, the 2013-14 academic year will be here and bring a host of new and exciting events from Loyola's DFPA along with it! We'll be posting all the details as soon as we receive them so check back regularly to see Read more
On Saturday, October 13, after months of construction and anticipation, we were finally ready to open the doors of the new Mundelein Center for the Fine and Performing Arts with a vibrant celebration of art in all its forms. Guided tours Read more
We are excited to announce a new opportunity to support the ever expanding arts program at Loyola!
Since Loyola’s theatre program began in 1968, the Kathleen Mullady Memorial Theatre played host to each season of mainstage productions. Over 40 years, our department has grown dramatically, Read more
Memories of Mullady is an original show benefiting the Mustard Seed Foundation, a scholarship fund supporting current Loyola theatre students. The event is sponsored by the Department of Fine and Performing and the Office of Alumni Relations. It brings a host of scenes, monologues, and musical acts featuring “star” alums.
There’s arguably nothing more powerful than experiencing a sense of nostalgia. Next weekend’s Memories of Mullady will provide just that.
This original show celebrates the theatre department’s past amazing performances and performers alike. Join us next Sunday night, March 23rd at 7:30 p.m. for the event sponsored in conjunction with the Department of Fine and Performing Arts and the Office of Alumni Relations. The even brings a host of scenes, monologues and musical acts featuring “star” alums. A reception will also follow the performance.
Alumni performers include: Manny Capozzi , Krista Damico, Sabrina Duarte, Brian Faracy, Carla Gordon, Gigi Kenny, Paula Kenny, George Manisco, Liz Pazik, Barbara Pool, Jean Scott, Ed Siegel, Lauren Whalen, and Dennis Zacek.
Before you get too far into summer, why not look back on some of the highlights of our academic year with this Flickr slideshow? You can access our full archive of photos on our main Flickr page. Enjoy!
The Department of Fine and Performing Arts (DFPA) is comprised of four distinct areas of study; Dance, Music, Theatre, and Visual Arts are combined to promote dynamic artistic and academic opportunities for our students. The academic programs of the DFPA are complemented throughout the year by over 100 public presentations, performances, and exhibitions.