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LSU School of Architecture Hosts Green Building Workshop

The LSU School of Architecture is pleased to announce it is hosting a workshop on designing and building environmentally friendly, or “green,” schools in Louisiana. The workshop will be held Saturday February 28 from…

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Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture Names Inaugural Bickham Chair

When the Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture were looking to fill the inaugural Bickham Chair, they wanted someone who embodied the spirit of excellence for which the nation’s No. 2-ranked landscape architecture school…

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LSU Interior Design Students Win National Award for Jewelry Store Designs

Two third-year interior design students have received national awards for their designs of a high-end jewelry store. Jeannie Leeder and Leah Fuerst took home second- and third-place prizes in the 2008 student design competition…

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LSU Graphic Design Students Win ADDY Awards for College Publications

LSU graphic design students picked up several prizes at this year’s local ADDY Awards for work they did on the College of Art+Design’s Annual Report, Newsletter, David Baird poster and lecture series poster. All…

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LSU School of Architecture’s Office of Community Design and Development Partners with Woodland Trail in Belle Chasse

The LSU School of Architecture’s Office of Community Design and Development (OCDD) is pleased to announce its latest community partner: the Woodlands Trail and Park in Belle Chasse, La., a 32-mile recreational and educational…

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LSU Architecture Professor Wins National Award

A professor in the LSU School of Architecture has been named a recipient of a highly-coveted national award given by the American Institute of Architects (AIA). Marsha Cuddeback will travel to Washington D.C. next…

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Landscape Architecture Professor Wins National Award for Study of Unique Landscapes

An assistant professor in the LSU’s Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture has received a prestigious award from the Environmental Design Research Association (EDRA) for her study of three unique landscapes – including New…

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Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture to Redesign Baton Rouge Riverfront during Design Week

The downtown Baton Rouge riverfront will get a facelift – on paper at least – during the upcoming Design Week at the LSU Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture. The design charrette, as the…

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Exhibition of Original Campus to Coincide with LSU Sesquicentennial

When LSU celebrates its 150th anniversary next year, one of the highlights of the yearlong celebration will be the unveiling of an exhibition that depicts the historic buildings of the original campus. But this…

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Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture Again Ranks Among Best in U.S.

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

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LSU Architecture Students Help Recovering Addicts with Digital Storytelling Project

(Baton Rouge) – Fourth-year students in the LSU School of Architecture will embark on a special – and somewhat unusual project – this week when they attend a workshop on digital storytelling along with…

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Exhibit of Redevelopment Plans for Historic McComb, MS. Showcases Work of LSU Architecture Students

(Baton Rouge) An upcoming exhibit will showcase the work of fourth-year students in the LSU School of Architecture, who have spent their semester assisting the city of McComb, Mississippi with sustainable downtown redevelopment. The…

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State Officials Visit LSU Landscape Architecture Studio to Review Student Project on River Road

(Baton Rouge) – Officials from the Louisiana Department of Culture Recreation and Tourism will visit a graduate design studio at the LSU Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture this Friday Nov. 21 at 9…

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Glassell Gallery Features Exhibition Inspired by Ernest Gaines

(Baton Rouge) –The LSU School of Art’s Alfred C. Glassell Jr. Exhibition Gallery is proud to present an innovative exhibition inspired by the writings of critically acclaimed author Ernest Gaines, best known for his…

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LSU Photography Grad Honored With Prestigious Lucie Award

(Baton Rouge) – As the LSU School of Art works to develop its new curriculum in the digital arts, a recent photography graduate is earning national praise for his work in the field –…

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LSU Landscape Architecture Professor Wins Fulbright

(Baton Rouge) –The LSU Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture is pleased to announce that assistant professor Wes Michaels is the recipient of a Fulbright Scholarship for 2008-2009. Michaels has received a Fulbright to…

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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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