Lunch with LUMA

The Hank Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage, in collaboration with Loyola University Museum of Art (LUMA), is proud to present the Lunch with Luma series. These informal conversations with LUMA staff provide an opportunity for the Lake Shore Campus faculty to learn more about museum programs, collections, recent acquisitions, and notable events at LUMA. CCIH provides space and lunch. Please contact us for more information.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Upcoming Lunch with LUMA Gatherings Coming Soon!

PAST EVENTS

  • Lunch with LUMA: Hands to Work and Hearts to God: Shaker Art and Spirituality

    An informal conversation with Pam Ambrose (Director of Cultural Affairs at LUMA) on the uniqueness of Shaker design, industry, and performing arts.
  • Lunch with LUMA: Crossings and Dwellings: Restored Jesuits, Women Religious, American Experience, 1814-2014

    Crossings and Dwellings is on view at LUMA through October 19. The exhibition commemorates both the 200th anniversary of the Restoration of the Society of Jesus (1814–2014) and a century of women’s education at Loyola-Mundelein (1914–2014). For more information, visit LUC.edu/crossings.
  • Lunch with LUMA: Edward Gorey: The Cautionary Tale and Unlikely Redemption

    Pamela Ambrose, Loyola's Director of Cultural Affairs, will discuss the work of author and illustrator Edward Gorey and the current LUMA exhibitions "Elegant Enigmas: the Art of Edward Gorey," organized by the Edward Gorey Trust, and "G is for Gorey-C for Chicago: the Collection of Thomas Michalak."
  • Lunch with LUMA: The History of the Reformation in Six Cups

    With the acquisition this summer of a late sixteenth-century silver Anglican communion cup, the University’s Martin D’Arcy, S.J. Collection can now tell the story of the Reformation through six cups.
  • New Program: Lunch with LUMA

    This semester The Hank Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage, in collaboration with Loyola University Museum of Art (LUMA), introduced a new luncheon program called Lunch with Luma. These informal conversations with LUMA staff provide an opportunity for the Lake Shore Campus faculty to learn more about museum programs, collections, recent acquisitions, and notable events at LUMA. CCIH provides space and lunch. Please contact us for more information. The first meeting took place on January 25 and was dedicated to Mexican devotional paintings, the Retablos.