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Madeline Kornman Named Student Employee of the Year for her Work in CADGIS

Madeline Kornman expects to graduate in May of 2015 from the LSU School of Art with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in studio art and a concentration in digital art. Her dream is to work in VFX (visual effects) for movies, providing such services as modeling, particle creation, and texturing, for example. In the meantime, [...]

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LSU College of Art & Design Students Reimagine the Oil-Industry Shore Base

Students in A. Hays Town Professor of Architecture Ursula Emery McClure’s graduate-level studio,  LSU//Chevron: The Reimagined Shore Base, are exploring the relationship between humans and the natural world and seeking resolutions that will create a more symbiotic relationship while maintaining the requisites of contemporary life. As a community partner of the LSU Coastal Sustainability Studio, [...]

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“Maximum Power Systems” by Kiel Moe

May 12 at 12:30 p.m. | LSU Design Building, Room 212 CSS Brown Bag Lunch series presents “Maximum Power Systems,” a lecture by Kiel Moe Kiel Moe, registered practicing architect and associate professor of architecture & energy at Harvard Graduate School of Design, will lecture on “Maximum Power Systems” at the Coastal Sustainability Studio on Monday, [...]

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Associate Professor TL Ritchie Appointed to CIDQ Board of Directors

TL Ritchie, interior designer and associate professor of interior design at LSU, was appointed to the Council for Interior Design Qualification Board of Directors. CIDQ is an organization that establishes standards of competence for interior design/interior architecture professionals. The organization oversees the development and organization of the NCIDQ examination, the single authoritative assessment tool that [...]

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Flora after the Freeze, Spring Garden Tour with Hilltop Arboretum

It is certain that almost all gardens in the Baton Rouge area were affected by this winter’s deep freeze. What is not certain is the fate of the 2014 Hilltop Spring Garden Tour. Several brave and dedicated gardeners stepped up to the plate to participate in a spring tour from 1 to 5 p.m. on [...]

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Gia Wolff Presents “Floating Cities: Community Based Architecture of Parade Floats”

Architectural designer Gia Wolff will lecture at the LSU School of Architecture at 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 2, 2014, at the LSU Design Building Auditorium, room 103. Wolff is an architectural designer based in Brooklyn, New York, and the 2013 recipient of the inaugural Wheelwright Prize from the Harvard Graduate School of Design. She [...]

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