Loyola University Museum of Art ( LUMA ) is located in Lewis Tower (on the mag. mile) at 820 N. Michigan ave, Chicago, IL. The museums hours are Tues 11am to 8pm and Wens – Sun 11am to 6pm. Tuesdays are free, military/family are free, and their students (under 25) are free, theirs and other museums staff is also free. General admission is $8, and seniors ( 65 ) $6. If unable to find street parking, Fordham visitor campus parking is inexpensive and costs only $5.
Martin D’Arcy collection promotes the spiritual in art. The art is comprised of European art from the Baroque, Middle Ages, and Renaissance eras. On the 3rd floor, at least 4 times a year, they display work of local children in Luma’s Push Pin Gallery. Marc Chagall’s “Drawing For the Bible – Job in Despair, shows Job saddened as he feels his faith being tested by god through the trial of his pain.
For further information, visit website www.luc.edu/luma or contact the museum at 312-915-7600.