Loyola University Museum of Art
820 N. Michigan Avenue
The Loyola University Museum of Art is dedicated to the exploration, promotion and understanding of art and artistic expression and attempts to illuminate the enduring spiritual questions and concerns of all cultures and societies. The Museum interprets and displays the University's medieval, renaissance and baroque collection, known as the Martin D'Arcy, SJ, Collection, as well as other museum permanent collections and rotating exhibitions. As a museum with an interest in education and educational programming, the Loyola University Museum of Art reflects the university's Jesuit mission and is dedicated to helping men and women of all creeds explore the roots of their own faith and spiritual quest.
LUMA's ideal location and unique design make for a space that is suitable for a wide-array of events including: conferences and seminars, recruiting events, cocktail receptions, business dinners, seated lectures and music recitals. Access to the galleries is also an available option to enhance your event. For more information, please visit the museum's website.
|LUMA—Simpson Lecture Hall (1,377 sq. ft.)|
|2nd Floor Gallery (4,768 sq. ft.)|
|3rd Floor Gallery (3,456 sq. ft.)|