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Ian Minich’s Photographs Transcend Time

MFA student Ian Minich may have been born in the wrong time period. The photography graduate student’s captivation with tintype photographs has him reveling in a time when life did not revolve around Facebook and iPhones were not permanently attached to people’s hands. A time when a moment was taken and appreciated for what it [...]

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LSU School of Art Grad Walk: Friday, November 22, 2013

Graduate students open their studios and display their work. The LSU School of Art will host the annual and highly anticipated Grad Walk on Friday, November 22, from 5:30 to 7:45 p.m., on LSU’s campus. This event is free and open to the public. Everyone is encouraged to attend this great opportunity to purchase fantastic [...]

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Faculty Art Show: “Right Here, Now”

  The works of 24 LSU School of Art faculty members are on display at the LSU Museum of Art in an exhibition titled Right Here, Now. The exhibition opened on November 8 and will run through February 16, 2014. Right Here, Now is a wonderful opportunity to experience the quality of art produced by LSU School of [...]

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Dean, Alkis Tsolakis, stands in front Atkinson Hall, home of LSU Architecture

NAAB Grants LSU School of Architecture Programs New, Maximum Terms of Accreditation

The National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB) has officially reaffirmed accreditation for the LSU School of Architecture, granting the professional bachelor and master of architecture programs eight-year terms of accreditation. This new, maximum term of accreditation is effective now through 2021. NAAB is the sole agency authorized to accredit United States professional degree programs in architecture. [...]

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Internships Matter

Aime Weissinger had to bring her best game to the Multicultural Advertising Intern Program (MAIP) to which she applied last summer, but it paid off. “Hundreds of students apply to the program which has a multi-step process with in-depth assignments,” said Weissinger, a Mandeville native who graduates this month with a degree in graphic design. [...]

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High School Students Learn about Architecture at LSU Camp

(Baton Rouge) As they have for the past several years, some two dozen high school students descended on the LSU School of Architecture earlier this summer for the LSU Architecture and Interior Design Career Discovery Workshop, a week-long, in-residence program that gives students an intensive, up-close look at the professions. New this year was the [...]

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