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LSU Sculpture Student Receives Once-in-a-Lifetime Artist’s Residency in Switzerland

LSU’s Brittany Sievers has been awarded an artist’s residency at art-st-urban in Switzerland, where she will work closely with world-renowned sculptor Heinz Aeschlimann. Each year, one student is selected from the International Sculpture Center’s…

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Tipton Associates Travel Award – Call for Submissions

Need extra money for travel? Enter the second annual Tipton Associates Travel Award competition by February 6, 2017, for a chance to win $1,750 to use for travel during the summer and fall 2017 or…

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MLA Candidate Joni Emmons Named Chair of ASLA Student Advisory Committee

Joni Emmons has been named chair of the newly formed American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) Student Advisory Committee. Emmons is a second-year Master of Landscape Architecture candidate in the LSU Robert Reich School…

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Elements, the 2016-17 LSU School of Art Season

The LSU School of Art presents Elements, the 2016–17 series of lectures, exhibitions, and related activities. The invited artists and scholars approach the theme of Elements in diverse ways that include examinations of elemental…

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Hye Yeon Nam’s Kinetic Sculpture Installation Exhibited in Yongsan, Korea

A Journey of Footsteps from Hye Yeon Nam on Vimeo. An outdoor kinetic sculpture, A Journey of Footsteps, designed by LSU’s Hye Yeon Nam, assistant professor of digital art, and Myung Ki Nam, her…

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Callahan’s Ways & Means Studio Emphasizes Digital Fabrication Tools

In spring 2016, Paul Callahan, instructor at the LSU College of Art & Design, taught a course focused on integrating digital fabrication tools, such as 3-D printers, CNC mills, and laser cutters—all found in…

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LSU’s Jeff Carney To Speak at White House Frontiers Conference

LSU’s Jeff Carney will speak at the White House Frontiers Conference on Thursday, October 13, 2017. He will discuss “Educating for Climate-Smart Design” as part of a panel in the “Frontiers Global” track of…

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Interior Design Students Gain Universal Design Experience

If there was a theme for the School of Interior Design’s 2016–17 academic year, it would be Universal Design—an inclusive design practice that considers the access, understanding, and use of an environment by all…

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LSU Landscape Architecture Receives #1 National Ranking and Professor Max Conrad Named a Most Admired Educator

The undergraduate and graduate programs at the LSU Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture (RRSLA) have once again received top rankings from DesignIntelligence magazine, the leading journal of design professionals. The 2016–17 issue of…

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Graphic Design Professor Richard Doubleday: International Educator and Poster Designer

  Posters designed by Richard Doubleday, associate professor of graphic design at the LSU School of Art, are currently on exhibit in solo shows in Jackson Mississippi and Mérida, Venezuela, and in a juried…

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Alumni Spotlight: Charles Jones, BArch 2006

Design & Technology: Expanding the Role of the Contemporary Design Professional After graduating in 2006, LSU School of Architecture alumnus Charles Jones worked under his mentor, Jack Ford, and taught a design studio at…

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Ellen Mathis Named Director of Development at LSU College of Art & Design

Ellen Mathis has been named the director of development for the LSU College of Art & Design. In her role, she will secure philanthropic financial support for key initiatives at the college and will…

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Alumna Leslie Charleville Leads Gyotaku Workshop at LSU

LSU School of Art alumna Leslie Charleville led a Gyotaku demonstration as a guest artist in Professor Kelli Scott Kelley’s advanced drawing workshop. Kelley’s students are working on a project titled “Nature/Science” in conjunction…

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Jeremiah Ariaz’s Louisiana Trail Riders Debuts at Zeitgeist Gallery

Jeremiah Ariaz, associate professor of photography at the LSU School of Art, is excited to announce the premier exhibition of his recent photographs. Louisiana Trail Riders will debut in a solo exhibition at the…

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Exhibition by Johanna Warwick at VisCom Gallery

Photographs by Johanna Warwick, assistant professor of photography the LSU School of Art, will be on display at the Texas A&M VisCom Gallery in Dallas, Texas, September 29–October 28, 2016, in an exhibition titled,…

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Cat Soergel Marshall Presents Research on Teaching how to Track Landscape Experience

Associate Professor Cat Soergel Marshall traveled to Zurich, Switzerland, and presented a paper at the European Council of Landscape Architects annual conference at the Hochschule Für Technik in Rapperswil. Her travel was supported by the…

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Elena FitzPatrick Sifford Presents Research on the First Images of Africans in the Americas

This summer, Elena Fitzpatrick Sifford, assistant professor of art history at LSU, traveled to Florence, Venice, and Padua to conduct research for her Italian Renaissance courses, and she presented a paper at the Sixteenth Century Studies…

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A Legacy of Excellence

LSU Alumni, Students, and Faculty Win Bevy of ASLA Honors & Awards LSU landscape architecture alumni, faculty, and students will receive top honors at the 2016 ASLA Annual Meeting & EXPO in New Orleans…

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Kilning It

LSU’s MFA ceramics program ranked seventh in nation by U.S. News & World Report Associate Professor Mikey Walsh was in Kansas City attending the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) when…

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Alumni Spotlight: Shelby Prindaville, MFA 2013

Shaping an Ecological Balance A lone buffalo stands in empty prairie with the weight of the world on its shoulders. A charcoal rendering of a puffin overlaying gray skies and deserted beach simultaneously confronts…

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