Category: Diversity

Community by Design

The Urban Landscape New Orleans-born MLA candidate Taylor Jacobsen chose to pursue landscape architecture in hopes of designing cities. So when he had the opportunity to participate in a beautification project in downtown Baton…

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LSU Research Symposium Crosses Borders

The LSU School of Architecture hosted the Bordering On Symposium on Saturday, February 23, 2019 at the Manship Theater, Shaw Center for the Arts in Baton Rouge. Organized by architecture assistant professors Kris Palagi and Angeliki…

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LSU Art Brings Creativity to Neighborhoods

On Martin Luther King Day 2019, LSU art students collaborated with the LSU Museum of Art Neighborhood Art Project, visiting a local community to teach art-making. The Neighborhood Art Project partners with community groups in areas…

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Kevin Everson Lecture March 5

Kevin Everson, Artist, Filmmaker & Professor, University of Virginia McIntire Department of Art, presented a Paula G. Manship Endowed Lecture at the LSU College of Art & Design at 5 p.m. on Monday, March 5, 2018, in the…

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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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Thomas Woodard: Future City Mentor

LSU School of Architecture undergrad mentors Scotlandville Middle School students, helping them win Louisiana’s Future City design competition Fifth-year LSU School of Architecture undergraduate Thomas Woodard recently served as a mentor to Louisiana’s 2017…

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The First Hearsts

In summer 2015, The Hearst Foundations granted $80,000 toward current-use scholarships for incoming undergraduate minority students in the LSU College of Art & Design. The Hearst Foundations are national philanthropic resources for organizations working…

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