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Blue Man Group celebrates 20 years

Blue Man Group celebrates 20 years

Carina Smith

October 9, 2017


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Blue Man Group is celebrating 20 years of performing in Chicago this month with their usual high-energy and colorful performance that has drawn audiences nationwide to see the famous group. Blue Man Group Chicago hosted a college press event on Thursday, Oct. 5. Read More »...

Museum of Contemporary Art exhibit: Amanda Williams

Museum of Contemporary Art exhibit: Amanda Williams

Rachel Fernandez

September 11, 2017


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Chicago may be buzzing with excitement over the Museum of Contemporary Art’s (MCA) featured Takashi Murakami exhibit, but just a floor below is a captivating installation featuring the work from local Chicago artist Amanda Williams. Read More »...

Students working on comic book project: “Light and Dark”

Students working on comic book project: “Light and Dark”

Daniel Reyes

June 8, 2017


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Sitting in the back of the Lincoln Park Student Center, near the windows that overlook the Father Egan statute, students at DePaul will overhear processes of creation being yelled aloud among a group of friends. If one were to want to see the creator of the “Light and Dark” comic book that is gai...

DePaul’s Visiting Designer Series hosts Tobias Frere-Jones

DePaul’s Visiting Designer Series hosts Tobias Frere-Jones

Kaitlyn Roberts

May 22, 2017


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DePaul’s Visiting Designer Series hosted “Talk: Text + Type,” established typeface designer, Tobias Frere-Jones Thursday evening. Read More »...

DePaul Art Museum exhibit explores AIDS pandemic

DePaul Art Museum exhibit explores AIDS pandemic

Charlene Haparimwi

April 10, 2017


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The story surrounding HIV/AIDS has new voices leading the conversation. Read More »...

“CHIDirects” give student artists a platform to perform

“CHIDirects” give student artists a platform to perform

Pat Mullane

October 16, 2016


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Every Wednesday evening on DePaul’s campus, dozens of students gather to promote and showcase their artistic talents.  Read More »...

DePaul Art Museum explores Space and Place

DePaul Art Museum explores Space and Place

Rachel Mann

September 18, 2016


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Starting this month, the DePaul Art Museum, in partnership with the Peabody award-winning documentary series, will present a contemporary visual art show at their “On Space and Place” exhibit. Read More »...

Art Collector Chuck Thurow donates 114 works by Chicago artists

Art Collector Chuck Thurow donates 114 works by Chicago artists

Pat Mullane

September 1, 2016


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While the DePaul Art Museum remains closed for the next two weeks to install its upcoming contemporary art exhibit “On Space and Place,” a different set of artworks have also found their new home at the university’s Lincoln Park campus.  In one of the largest donations received by the DePaul Art Muse...

Art fans flock to ‘The Secret Birds’ at DePaul Art Museum

Art fans flock to ‘The Secret Birds’ at DePaul Art Museum

Danielle Harris

May 22, 2016


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He’s a playwright, a painter and a poet, but in the new exhibit “The Secret Birds” at the DePaul Art Museum, Tony Fitzpatrick displays his talents as a collagist. Produced over the past five years, “The Secret Birds” draws great influence from Fitzpatrick’s working class, Chicago roots wi...

DePaul student sneaks into buildings as urban photographer

DePaul student sneaks into buildings as urban photographer

Joseph Lu

May 1, 2016


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For freshman Kyler “Ky” Lotte, a digital cinema student at DePaul, it simply started with a hashtag. Read More »...

DePaul professor balances advertising and freelance cartooning

DePaul professor balances advertising and freelance cartooning

Rachel Hinton

April 3, 2016


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When asked how he got his start as a cartoonist, Ken Krimstein, a professor in the College of Communication, started with how, when he was little, he loved to draw. His house, always full of art supplies and comics, encouraged the hobby. Read More »...

DePaul papal photography exhibition celebrates journeys to the Holy Land

DePaul papal photography exhibition celebrates journeys to the Holy Land

Kirsten Onsgard

March 28, 2016


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A photography exhibition at DePaul opening Tuesday will celebrate the travels of papal journeys to the Holy Land. Titled "Building Bridges of Faith," the exhibition runs at the John T. Richardson Library March 29 through June 10. Read More »...

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