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The Art Guys to Visit LSU

(Baton Rouge) – The Art Guys, a critically acclaimed collaborative art team from Houston, Texas will visit the LSU School of Art next week, where they will spend several days meeting with students and…

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Renowned Sculptor to Speak at LSU

(Baton Rouge) – Renowned abstract sculptor Jim Osman will visit the LSU School of Art next week, where he will work with graduate students and share his vision and creative insights. In addition, as…

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Landscape Architecture Students Win National Award

(Baton Rouge) – Three students from LSU’s Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture have received one of the nation’s most prestigious awards for a project they did last year in New Orleans’ flood-damaged Lower…

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Renowned Japanese Artist to Speak at LSU

(Baton Rouge) – Critically acclaimed artist Kyoko Ibe, one of Japan’s most innovative paper artists, will visit the LSU School of Art next week, where she will meet with students and share her vision…

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LSU Landscape Architecture Professors Win National Award for New Orleans Project

(Baton Rouge) Two faculty members at the LSU Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture have received one the highest professional awards in their field for an urban farm they designed in a Vietnamese community…

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LSU Museum of Art Dedicates Exhibition Space to LSU Art School Faculty and Students

(Baton Rouge) – The LSU School of Art is celebrating the opening of a new and unique exhibition space in the LSU Museum of Art at the Shaw Center for the Arts that will…

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LSU Helps Support “Building Green”

(Baton Rouge, La.) As awareness of the importance of sustainable design increases, the LSU School of Architecture is helping to lead the way. Recently, the School co-hosted a meeting of some two dozen local…

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Alfred C. Glassell Jr. Gift to the College of Art + Design

Renowned philanthropist and distinguished alumnus Alfred C. Glassell, Jr. has once again affirmed his commitment to the arts at LSU by agreeing to donate $175,000 to the LSU School of Art’s Alfred C. Glassell,…

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High School Students Learn about Architecture at LSU Camp

(Baton Rouge) As they have for the past several years, some two dozen high school students descended on the LSU School of Architecture earlier this summer for the LSU Architecture and Interior Design Career…

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LSU Architecture Professor Wins Prestigious Rome Prize

(Baton Rouge, La) – An associate professor of architecture at LSU has received a prestigious Rome Prize in architecture from the American Academy in Rome, which awards the highly coveted fellowships each year to…

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Renowned Artist Kara Walker to Visit LSU

(Baton Rouge) – Critically acclaimed artist Kara Walker, widely recognized as one of the most significant young artists in the country, will spend the next week visiting the LSU School of Art, where she…

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LSU Professor Defining New Field of Wearable Technology

(Baton Rouge) – Imagine a plumed hat with feathers that react to the radio waves emitted by cell phone activity. Or an arm band that administers a pin prick to its wearer each time…

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LSU Art History Professor Selected for Prestigious Fellowship

(Baton Rouge) – The LSU College of Art and Design is pleased to announce that Justin Walsh, an assistant professor of art history, has been selected for the Institute for Classical Architecture and Classical…

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LSU Photography Professor Showcases Katrina Photos in New Book

(Baton Rouge, LA) — The LSU College of Art and Design is pleased to announce the publication of a new book of Hurricane Katrina photographs and essays by renowned photography professor Thomas Neff. Published…

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LSU Interior Design Student Gets National Award for Store Design

(Baton Rouge) – Third-year Interior Design student Lane Schofield recently received a third-place award in a national student design competition for her design of a children’s store. She was one of five LSU students…

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Building Green at LSU

In LSU’s Atkinson Hall, fifth-year architecture students are designing a building for downtown Baton Rouge that will cut down on carbon emissions and use a fraction of the electricity it takes to power comparable…

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Lynne Baggett Wins Silver in Create Awards

(Baton Rouge) – Lynne Baggett, an associate professor of graphic design in the LSU School of Art, is a silver winner in the 2007 Create Awards competition. Baggett received the award in the category…

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New Study Names LSU’s Robert S. Reich School of Landscape Architecture Among Best in U.S.

(Baton Rouge) – For the third consecutive year the LSU Robert S. Reich School of Landscape Architecture is ranked among the top five schools in the nation by Design Intelligence, the leading journal of…

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LSU Art Historian’s New Book Examines Rituals of Secret Society in Napoleon-Era France

(Baton Rouge, LA) – In a fascinating new book, LSU Art Historian Darius A. Spieth brings to life the world of secret Masonic societies that existed in Napoleon-era France and discusses the obsession these…

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Landscape Architecture Grad Student Receives Prestigious Fellowship

(Baton Rouge) – The School of Landscape Architecture is pleased to announce that graduate student Keera Pullman has been selected to receive a 2007 Dangermond Fellowship, a highly competitive award jointly sponsored by the…

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