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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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CASA’s Ceramic Art and Pottery Sale, November 18—21 outside LSU Union

CASA’s (Ceramic Artist Student Association) bi-annual Ceramic Art and Pottery Sale will be happening next week, just in time for holiday shopping! Our inventory includes: pottery, jewelry, and sculpture—everything from edgy to elegant. The work is made by undergraduate & graduate students, as well as our distinguished faculty Michaelene Walsh and Andy Shaw. A little known [...]

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Artist collective with 13 Art MFA alumni members crowdsources funding for exhibition in Galway, Ireland

In less than a month the group Expanded Draught, which includes 13 MFA alumni of the School of Art at LSU, raised 2,052 Euros through the crowdsource site :fund:it. Sixty one funders from around the world agreed to assist with the cost of materials, installation, an exhibition opening, and promotion costs. Starting March 9th 2013 they will [...]

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Kim Howard, Ceramics BFA ’12, wins prestigious artist residency in Denmark

This winter, Kim Howard, Ceramics BFA ’12, is in Skaelskor, Denmark participating in an incredible cultural and artistic exchange.  Each year  the Guldagergaard International Ceramic Research Center selects 10-15 international artists, all recent graduates, to participate in a 6-week studio residency called Project Network.  This symposium draws together a generation of artists to work side-by-side, to [...]

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Ceramic artist Clare Twomey visits for two-week residency

In March 2012, the School of Art hosted world-renowned and London-based ceramic artist Clare Twomey for a two-week residency. Loosely titled, “Why Make?” her project used ceramic production methods and dozens of eager student and faculty helpers to produce a staggering 1,200 bowls in eight days. As we began to work on Day One, Clare [...]

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Ceramics MFA graduate Adrienne Lynch authors article in prominent international journal

Recent MFA graduate in ceramics Adrienne Lynch has authored an article on a exhibit last fall by Andy Shaw and Mary Louise Carter in Ceramics: Art and Perception, the most prominent international ceramic art journal. Adrienne Lynch is currently Resident Artist and Art Instructor, Roswell Art Center West. Established in 1990 by Janet Mansfield in Sydney, Australia, Ceramics: Art [...]

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