School for New Learning Art Exhibit

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Welcome to Spring Quarter at SNL Online. We know there are many Art Enthusiasts among our student population. Did you know that SNL houses an SNL Art Alumni Art Exhibit? If you’re in the Chicago area or just visiting, the exhibit is located at the Oak Forest Campus of DePaul University. It includes work from 27 SNL students, but grows every year. Pieces from the exhibit travel to the Lincoln Park Campus every spring for inclusion in the University wide student art exhibit. All of the work is the result of some aspect of SNL course work including Externship, Art in Everyday Things: Papermaking, and Advanced Elective: The Italian Renaissance. Some pieces also come from the SNL ArtShare program, represent ILPs in the A2 area, and some are artifacts from travel courses. The exhibit can be viewed at any time the campus is open.

If you have any questions, or would like a guided tour, please contact SNL Online Acting Director,Betta LoSardo at blosardo@depaul.edu or 312-362-6497

The newest piece, a painting by recent SNL grad Gregory Fitzsimmons titled “Self Portrait” (2924)

The newest piece, a painting by recent SNL grad Gregory Fitzsimmons titled “Self Portrait” (2924)

A work of paper art by Marlene Allen Franklin titled “Is it Art?” (2979)

A work of paper art by Marlene Allen Franklin titled “Is it Art?” (2979)

The oldest piece in the collection.  It is a copy of  Filippo Lippi painting done in egg tempera on wood panel by SNL Alum, Kathy Garness. (2918)

The oldest piece in the collection. It is a copy of Filippo Lippi painting done in egg tempera on wood panel by SNL Alum, Kathy Garness. (2918)

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