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The School of Art and the School of Music Present Pierrot Lunaire, Op. 21

Arnold Schoenberg’s Pierrot Lunaire, Op. 21 A Performance with Video Accompaniment, hosted by David Smyth Sunday, March 30, at 3 p.m. | School of Music Recital Hall Join the LSU School of Art and the School of Music on Sunday, March 30, 2014, at 3 p.m. for a multimedia experience and live performance of Arnold Schoenberg’s Pierrot [...]

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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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Upcoming MFA Thesis Shows at Foster and Glassell Galleries

This spring is quite a busy time for LSU’s graduating MFA students, whose work will be on display either at the Foster Gallery or Glassell Gallery prior to graduation in May. Don’t miss these upcoming MFA thesis shows (click on the exhibition titles to view show cards): March 17–21, 2014 Foster Gallery Molly Miller, Echoes [...]

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Graphic Design Students Take Home Addy Student Awards

LSU School of Art students received nine 2014 American Advertising Federation of Baton Rouge Student Awards—two gold and seven silver, including Best of Show. Addy awards recognize outstanding creativity in advertising in Baton Rouge for students and professionals. The award winners were announced at a ceremony held at the L’Auberge Event Center in Baton Rouge [...]

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RRSLA Students’ 3-D Printing of Terrain Models Featured in Landscape Architecture Magazine

The March 2014 issue of Landscape Architecture Magazine (LAM), the magazine of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), featured the work of Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture students in an article about three-dimensional printing, “3-D Printing: the Basics (For Now).” The student work was conducted in fall 2013 as part a Digital Representation [...]

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Students Research Byzantine Churches in Istanbul with Art History Professor Matt Savage

Byzantine architectural history is Assistant Professor Matt Savage’s main field of interest, and his research in this area has created opportunities for LSU undergraduates studying art history, digital art, and architecture to collaborate in two recent research initiatives. In the spring of 2012, fourth-year art history students enrolled in ARTH 4499: Constantinople set out to [...]

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