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Loyola’s Martin D’Arcy Museum of Art Hosts February Events
Loyola University Chicago’s Martin D’Arcy Museum of Art will kick off its February events with “Art & Politics,” a new guided tour focusing on the impact of politics on art. The event takes place on Saturday, Feb. 7, from 1-2 p.m. Admission is $5.
On Wednesday, Feb. 11, from 3:30-5 p.m., “David: Cult & Artistic Hero of the Italian Renaissance,” will be featured. Loyola Professor Paolo Giordano, Italian language and literature, will give a free public lecture as part of the Kultur und Kaffee series.
On Thursday, Feb. 19, from 2-4 p.m., “Music & Masterpieces,” an afternoon of music, art and refreshments starring Loyola student musicians, will take place. The event is free.
Martin D’Arcy Museum of Art, Cudahy Library, Lake Shore Campus, 6525 N. Sheridan Road.
The Martin D’Arcy Museum of Art is Loyola’s museum of Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque art. Situated on the north shore of Lake Michigan, the D’Arcy offers a unique environment in which to appreciate exceptional works of art. The growing and highly selective collection consists of more than 500 exhibition pieces. For more information on these or other events, call 773.508.2679.