Due to the University closures related to COVID-19, the Julio Fine Arts Gallery is closed. Please stay tuned for information on when we will reopen. For the latest information please follow us @JulioArtGallery on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
Keep up with us and all of our virtual content and programming! We've got virtual exhibitions and more to explore at https://www.julioartgallery.com/
Upcoming Program Announcement:
The Julio Fine Arts Gallery of Loyola University Maryland invites you to join us for 2020 Visions: Public Art in a Year of Protests & Pandemic on Thursday, November 19 at 6PM A conversation with visiting speaker and current Golden Triangle Business Improvement District’s Public Space Activation Curator, Karyn Miller.
A global pandemic left many museums, theatres, and cultural institutions shuttered and pushed much of public life outdoors creating a great moment for people to experience public art. Simultaneously, protests and a racial reckoning sparked debate around public statues as Confederate monuments were toppled and burned and public artworks, most notably murals, were used to amplify the Black Lives Matter movement. While these two forces are distinct and different, both serve to make 2020 a notable year for public art. This talk will look at those two forces, alongside specific project examples and moments of note, and how they have shaped the landscape of public art in 2020.
This program is supported in part by the Maryland State Arts Council (msac.org) Registration is required.
Karyn Miller at Dia:Beacon, Beacon, New York, with François Morellet, No End Neon, 1990/2017
Did you miss our last program?
On Thursday, October 22 at 10:30AM we welcomed Mina Cheon, a global Korean new media artist, scholar, and educator who lives and works between Baltimore, New York, and Seoul. The program, MINA CHEON ONE KOREA explored Cheon’s new body of work Dreaming Unification: Protest for Peace along with an introduction to her artistic progression and personal history. We hope you were able to join us, but just in case you missed it, hop on over to our Youtube channel to watch (or to watch it again!).
Image courtesy of Mina Cheon Studio (Photo by Cyrus Feldman)
Established in 1985, the Julio Fine Arts Gallery is committed to providing exhibitions that are both innovative and intellectually challenging to Loyola University and the public at large.
Located in the Julio Fine Arts Wing of the DeChiaro College Center, the Gallery also houses a permanent collection that includes prints and paintings by artists such as Rouault, Klee, and Red Grooms, as well as several African sculptures.
All gallery events are free and open to the public and draw participation from not only the university community but from local art lovers too. The Gallery is supported in part by the Maryland State Arts Council, msac.org.
Check out our student run blog for more information and insights about our exhibitions!
Due to the University closures related to COVID-19, beginning Wednesday, March 11, 2020 the Julio Fine Arts Gallery is currently closed. Please stay tuned for information on when we will reopen. For the latest information please follow us @JulioArtGallery on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook and look for more virtual content at https://www.julioartgallery.com/
- M/W/F: 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
- Tu/Th: 11 a.m.-7 p.m.
- Sa/Su: 1 p.m.-4 p.m.
Megan Rook-Koepsel joined the Julio Fine Arts Gallery in August 2018 as gallery director. She has curated and organized numerous exhibitions throughout the Washington D.C. and Baltimore region. Rook-Koepsel formerly served as graduate coordinator for the Stamp Gallery and Contemporary Art Purchasing Program at the University of Maryland College Park, and more recently as exhibitions manager at Arlington Arts Center. Rook-Koepsel holds a B.A. in Art History from Brandeis University and an M.A. in Art History with a focus on Contemporary Art and Theory from the University of Maryland, College Park.
Julio Fine Arts Gallery
Loyola University Maryland
4501 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21210