Fall 2013 Final Reviews
Final reviews are an important part of the learning environment at the LSU College of Art + Design.
During the semester’s final reviews, architecture, art, landscape architecture, and interior design students pin up/display their work for review, critique, and discussion, and MFA students exhibit their work at the School of Art’s galleries, Foster Hall and Glassell Gallery.
Architecture, landscape architecture and interior design students present their final projects to peers and faculty, and then a panel of jurors comprised of visiting professors, alumni, and faculty from other design disciplines critique their work.
Below are links to articles and photo albums for some of the many end-of-the-semester activities at the LSU College of Art + Design this fall.
Interior design students propose ideas for relocating the Atrium Coffee Shop.
Sculpture students’ display their final projects in the Sculpture Quad at LSU.
ARCH 3007 students hard at work peer-reviewing final drawings in Atkinson Hall.
Landscape architecture students reimagined the Biloxi beachfront in Elizabeth Mossop’s Advance Topic Studio.
For the first time, first-year architecture and landscape architecture students share a studio, taught by Associate Professor Greg Watson and Adjunct Professor Justine Holzman.
Students in the fourth-year landscape studio taught by Kevin Risk and Forbes Lipschitz present their final projects to jurors.
Second-year landscape students in Associate Professor Cat Marshall’s studio presented their site analyses to jurors and peers.
Landscape architecture Professor Bruce Sharky’s Advance Topic Studio Explores New Territories in Culture and Design.
Architecture students present Edges: Analog + Digital Fabrication Exhibit at Middleton Library.
Senior graphic design students learn real-world skills through mock interviews and portfolio reviews.
Digital art senior show: Digital by Design
Domestic/Terror, MFA thesis show by Charles Russell Durio
School of Art 2013 MFA thesis shows at Foster Gallery
Fourth-year architecture students concentrate on service-learning by designing market and café project for the Society of St. Vincent de Paul in Mid City Baton Rouge.