LSU Museum of Art presents: Conversations in Art: Lynne Baggett & Courtney Barr December 5, 6:00pm, 5th floor, Free Join LSU School of Art Professors Lynne Baggett and Courtney Barr as they discuss how words and typography have influenced their artistic and professional careers. This program will provide a cross dialogue between the concurrent exhibitions “Lesley [...]
Graphic Design at LSU
Richard Doubleday, assistant professor of graphic design at the LSU School of Art, is the contributer to a bilingual book, published in English and Japanese by PIE Books. Ornament and Initial: Beauty of Graphic Design, 17th–20th Century, by Cees W. de Jong, is an enthusiastic selection of typographic fonts and styles from 17th to early [...]
LSU School of Art Assistant Professor Richard Doubleday Lectures at Graphic Design Conference in Mexico City
Richard Doubleday, assistant professor of graphic design at the LSU School of Art, lectured at the Mx Design Conference 2013 at Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City on October 28. In his lecture “Designing for Social Change: Strategies for Community-Based Graphic Design,” Doubleday provided an overview of his fall 2012 senior graphic design class project, which [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
Welcome to Graphic Design
GDSO—an on campus internship opportunity
An evening with D. J. Stout of Pentagram, Austin
Graphic Design Announcements
The Spring 2014 application deadline (for Fall 2014 semester) is Friday, March 28, 2014. The application packets are due in the School of Art office before 4:30 pm. Work will be displayed and evaluated in two groups. After the two groups are assigned, you will display your work on panels in the College Commons for evaluation between April 8th and April 11th, 2013.
The first workshop of the year will be held in room 211 of the Art Building from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 pm on November 13th, 2013. Additional workshops will be held during the Spring Semester.