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Future Innovation in Healthcare Takes Off at Design, Health & Wellness Symposium

Dozens of healthcare professionals convened with LSU faculty, students, and administrators at the LSU College of Art & Design this weekend to investigate how professionals in the social sciences, art and design, business, and…

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Elementary Outreach—Inspiring the Next Generation of Architects

LSU School of Architecture students and faculty visited Park Elementary in Baton Rouge to help students generate ideas and build models for a new school. Park Elementary, which follows a Project Base Learning model,…

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4th Annual Statewide Juried High School Exhibition

  The LSU School of Art, in conjunction with the LSU College of Art & Design will host the 4th annual statewide juried art exhibition for high school artists. The LSU School of Art—one…

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ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT—Kyle J. Bauer, MFA 2011, Ceramics

Don’t quit your day job. Build your skill toolbox. Start from the bottom and work your way up. Don’t be afraid to fail. Apply to everything you can afford. Become your own salesman. Network,…

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Professor Jun Zou Dives into Real-World Lighting Design at Tillotson Design Associates

LSU’s Jun Zou spent summer 2017 learning about contemporary lighting design at Tillotson Design Associates in New York City. “It was an excellent experience in a real-world lighting design firm,” said Zou, associate professor…

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Inspired by the Windy City: Notes from BLA Candidate Jacob McGill

Fourth-year LSU Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture students in Professor Lake Douglas’s landscape design studio recently returned from their field trip to Chicago. Led by Associate Professor Kevin Risk, the students toured the…

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Fryling Goes Wireless

  Professor Charles Fryling said a lightbulb went off while he was touring Spain this summer. He thought the tour guide’s electronic speaker system would work great for his plant identification tours—and he was…

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House Designed by Professor Ursula Emery McClure Named 2017 Best in Custom Homes

The American Institute of Building Design (AIBD) named emerymcclure architecture as one of its top designers in the 10th annual American Residential Design Awards (ARDA) at the Academy of Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia. During…

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Digital Art Graduate Student’s Work Featured in Two Exhibitions

Work by Hunter Stabler, a graduate student in the LSU School of Art, is featured in two exhibitions: Under the Knife: Contemporary Cut Paper Art, August 23–October 14, at the Hicks Art Center Gallery at…

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Marwan Ghandour Named Director of the LSU School of Architecture

Former Iowa State University Professor Marwan Ghandour has been named the new director of the LSU School of Architecture. “I am thrilled to move to Louisiana, a region that was crucial to the historical…

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Marsha Cuddeback Named Director of the LSU School of Interior Design

Ruth Z. McCoy Professor Marsha Cuddeback has been named director of the LSU College of Art & Design’s School of Interior Design. “Director Cuddeback’s appointment is a natural extension of her long and diverse…

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Four Alumni Elevated to Fellows of the American Society of Landscape Architects

Four of the 23 ASLA members elevated to fellowship in 2017 are LSU Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture alumni. George “Bob” Richardson III, BLA 1969, CEO and founding principal of RVi Planning in Austin;…

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Inform through Virtual Reality

For her digital art thesis exhibition, Haley Hatfield experimented with 360-degree video and virtual reality to expose viewers to the recent social strife in Baton Rouge—a string of events that reflects a transformative time…

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Instructor John Campbell Named Fellow of the American Society of Interior Designers

LSU School of Interior Design Instructor John Campbell was inducted into the American Society of Interior Designers Council of Fellows for his work within the organization promoting professionalism and licensure of interior designers in…

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Richard Doubleday Receives Fulbright to Conduct Research in China

LSU College of Art & Design Associate Professor Richard Doubleday has been named a Fulbright senior scholar. The Fulbright Scholar Program will fund his research on contemporary Chinese graphic design at Beijing’s prestigious Tsinghua…

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Art & Environment Seminar Students Invoke Late Activist Mary McCastle in Alsen, Louisiana

Students in Professor Susan Elizabeth Ryan’s art history seminar, “Art & Environment,” worked to raise awareness for Louisiana communities facing health and safety issues stemming from environmental problems. Ryan’s “Art & Environment” seminar covers the…

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Mark Boyer Named President of the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture

LSU’s Mark Boyer has been named the incoming 2017–18 president of the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture (CELA), an international organization whose mission is to encourage, support, and further education in the field…

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Collages by LSU Graphic Design History Students Exhibited in China

Associate Professor Richard Doubleday’s graphic design history students designed a series of posters using collage techniques for their final projects. In this form-making exercise, students were asked to embrace “chance creations” exploring various methods of…

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Two LSU Students Named 2017 Emerging Artists by Ceramics Monthly

Two graduate students from the LSU School of Art, Naomi Clement and Mike Stumbras, have been selected as 2017 Emerging Artists by Ceramics Monthly, the preeminent international publication for ceramics enthusiasts. As fewer than…

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School of Art Scholarship Opportunities for Incoming First-Year Undergraduates

The LSU School of Art has two scholarship opportunities for incoming first-year undergraduate students pursuing degrees in graphic design, digital art, and studio art—ceramics, painting & drawing, photography, printmaking, and sculpture. Applicants must apply by…

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