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Painting by LSU School of Art Alumna Kristin Malin Finds its Way Home

In 1979, LSU School of Art painting alumna Kristin Malin received the Purchase Prize at the LSU Union Student Art Show for her work entitled Metamorphosis, a triptych of an abstract, reclining womanly figure. Anne Price, an art reviewer for The Advocate (Baton Rouge, La.), described the work as “imaginative and haunting and a concept [...]

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Houston Alumni Event, May 21, 2014

You’re invited! Alumni and friends of the LSU College of Art & Design are invited to attend an event in Houston, Texas, at the home of Lisa Roth (BID ’90) on Wednesday, May 21, 2014, from 6 – 8 p.m. Lisa Roth 2223 North Boulevard Houston, Texas 77098 Please RSVP to Kristen Higdon khigdo2@lsu.edu 225-578-5868

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Kyle Bauer (MFA 2011) a Finalist for the Sondheim Artscape Prize

Kyle Bauer (MFA 2011) is one of seven finalists for the Janet and Walter Sondheim Artscape Prize. The finalists’ work will be exhibited in the Special Exhibition Gallery at the Walters Art Museum from June 21 through August 17, 2014. The Sondheim Artscape Prize awards a $25,000 fellowship to a visual artist living and working [...]

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LSU MFA Graduate Debangana Banerjee and CxC Studio Coordinator Vincent Cellucci Publish Chapbook

School of Art graduate alumna Debangana Banerjee and CxC Studio Coordinator for the College of Art + Design Vincent Cellucci have an art and poetry publication being released by Finishing Line Press early next year. Finishing Line Press (FLP) is an award-winning small press in Georgetown, Kentucky; FLP hosts the annual New Women’s Voices Chapbook [...]

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LSU School of Art Student and Alumni Exhibit at Frameworks Gallery

Frameworks Gallery, located on Highland Road in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, is hosting a dual exhibition of abstract contemporary paintings and collages by James Kimura-Green and Billie Bourgeois. The exhibit opened during Highland Nights on Friday, November 15, and will be on view through the entire month of December 2013. Originally from Tokyo, Japan, James Kimura-Green [...]

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LSU Art History Alumnus Discusses the History of Comic Books within the Civil Rights Movement at Comic-Con International 2013

LSU art history alumnus Joseph Givens organized a panel discussion about the history of comic books within the civil rights movement at the Comic-Con International: San Diego 2013. Givens was joined by contemporary scholars and creators Andrew Aydin, Stanford Carpenter, Damian Duffy, and John Jennings. The panel, titled Heroes/Creators: The Comic Art Creations of Civil [...]

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